Originally Posted by Unassisted
I don't. Copyright law is fairly cut and dried and the copyright owners hold all of the cards. You own the copyright, you get to decide how it's applied.
The actions we're seeing the fallout from are MLB is tightening its ship to squeeze every dollar out of its product and its intellectual property. Woe be unto those who get in the way of that effort.
Remember too, that you're only hearing one side of the story of that enforcement effort. It's the side that is the most sympathetic. Being the most sympathetic does not equal the most correct.
That's just incorrect. Copyright law is evolving right now more than it ever has. The rapid rate of technology growth absolutely requires it. The idea of what constitutes "fair use" is being negotiated and re-negotiated on a regular basis.