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This looks like a very interesting podcast that clears some misconceptions that people might have about the two different terms: parody and satire. There are obviously legal implications when one is using another person's work in a modified way to make fun of it for some purpose or another. This is why it is important to keep abreast of what the legal provisions of copyright are, in order to stay on the right side of the law. Ignorance is no excuse for breaking the law.

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Technology has made the line between what is legal sharing and what is illegal infringement of copyright more blurred. If one is sharing a photo with friends on Facebook for no financial gain, that might be interpreted as legal sharing, but if the photo was manipulated for satire or parody purposes, the answer is not so clear cut. My opinion is that the internet is there for sharing, and there are other ways to earn money that do not impede people from enjoying the power of the internet to the full.

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