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Why the legal battle between Miramax and Tarantino matters for crypto

With the recent news of the legal battle between Miramax and Quentin Tarantino on whether Mr. Tarantino is allowed to mint NFTs of script pages and other artifacts from the cult hit “Pulp Fiction” on SCRT, I thought it would be a good idea to write on the importance of this, and why the Secret Network is the next big thing in privacy. Why is Miramax taking legal action? The entire issue lays in whether or not Tarantino is breaking alleged copyright infringement laws and therefore breaking his contract with the entertainment company. Why is this important? Because it can set precedent in the future over the rights to intellectual property minted as NFTs. Now, most contracts usually hold some sort of terms as to what's shareable and able to be profited from. However, do NFTs also fall into this mix? This boils down to whether or not it's possible to read between the lines enough to make a case that could go either way. Now, if Miramax had a legal basis, wouldn't they just silently shut it down in court or settle with Tarantino, or are they trying to set a precedent that favors big business, and not the artists? To that, I say - mint it. Why is privacy important? (and is it often forgotten) The most simple reason why privacy should be a right is that it enables people to determine how and for what our information is used for and how its handled - especially by large businesses. Controlling your privacy, therefore, enables us to safely and secretly have self-determination. However with that pivot also comes the danger of privacy being used to hurt and cause damage, especially in regards to intellectual property, and this is why this case is so important as it will set a major precedent for the future. What do you think, anon? - Is our right to privacy often forgotten? The UN in 1948 said it shouldn't be. No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone...
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