Re: Christianity and copyright law
Bulk licenses are for churches to print and distribute chord charts and lyrics, or to show them on slides, etc.
I don’t necessarily believe that DJ’s pay for similar licenses to play whatever they want… at least, I don’t know any DJs that pay for it.
My point being, license or no, there is no exception to the law insofar as allowing the mixset for download…. you simply are not allowed to do that, and as Dunamis admits… everyone does it regardless.
A parody is usually a comical device by which the artist/actor pokes fun of something by imitating something. It’s only parody when you ridicule something. You can parody something without even using the actual trademark or copyrighted material.