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The only thing I have on the site that is not competley mine is the web jukebox
Has anyone else incurred in problems of this nature recently? Or does anyone have any knowledge of a ruling against using copyrighted material in the jukebox?
I'm sure others here will chime in as well. Please keep us up to date on what happens with this. As far as I know this is the first time any problems have been raised concerning JB. Living the dream, stocking the cream
Thanks for the reply. Yeah, that's what I thought. I've been using this program since CC released it (and on the same site). In fact, I have another sub domain that has music on it that has been up for two years and they haven't said anything about that one. I think it's the music industry guys who think they should get some money for each and every use of the songs forever. I'll keep you posted on how things go with this. I complained to my hosting service but I don't think it will do much good. I'm going to try to look into the leagalities of what you can do with music that you purchase. Seems to me that short of reproducing it for resale we should be allowed to play it on any device we choose. Maybe I'll start blog or some kind of web poll on it. If
I have been with Bravenet for four years and up to now was happy. Unfortunately after years of using CC's web jukebox without any problems they have sent me a notice to remove all jukebox content from my sites (sub domains) as they violate their TOS copyright rules.
Currently this is what I'm getting from Bravenet for $8.25/month:
No set up fee, Linux OS
Free domain name, 27/7 server & connection monitoring
Ad free web tools, 64 bit dual core processors
host 10 domains, Editor Visual
600 gigs of band width, Wedsite builder
30gigs of storage space, SSI
Unlimited e-mail accounts, PHP 5.2 as a fastcig
Unlimited FTP accounts, Unlimited MySql Databases
Detailed traffic stats, phpMyAdmin
Unlimited sub domains, PHP pear libraries
Secure SSl encrypted e-mail, Support for php packetages such as phpNuke
Webmail address book & Calendar, htaccess support
And a lot of other technical stuff
The next smaller package is a home version, and it has less capacity and features but only costs $4.99 per month.
I have had good service, and the only time I know that the site was down was when they were doing scheduled equipment upgrades, and that was middle of the night for a short period. Bill R.
First Baptist Church
Brighter Day Charities
thanks Bill, I'll take a look at them, $10.00 a mont is do able. Do you usethe juke box (with copyrighted material) on your sites? I want to make sure that I'll be able to do so as this is the only reason fom leaving Bravenet.
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