The indomitable @sutterink flattens the suits from Google
The Interwebs have been buzzing about a pair of articles on the once great Slate.com.
It began with the posting of a “news” article on Slate by Google Lawyer Marvin Ammori in which he compared entertainment creators to a stalkers. Adland.tv quickly pointed out to Slate Magazine that they had not made the proper disclosures. So slate added this to the article:
Update, March 11, 2014: Disclosure: The author represented Google and other companies fighting SOPA/PIPA in 2011 and 2012. He currently represents Google and other companies on several issues, including copyright reform. These views are his own.
Translation: oops we accidentally published a piece of corporate PR propaganda crap.
Next comes the hilarious follow up to this article by Kurt Sutter the writer/creator of Sons Of Anarchy. In a blistering and brilliant attack Sutter takes Ammori and Google to task for relentlessly undermining creators rights to enhance their bottom line.
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