Some Remixes are just Shitty Ripoffs

INTRODUCTION

Not all art remixes are equal, some remixes just ripoff the original, and platforms & galleries are wise to exclude these shitty remixes.

Remix Maximalists

“Remix maximalists” assert that the remix is a universally good thing. To them, the quality of a remix doesn’t matter, so long as it meets the minimum legal requirement (not an exact copy; not “falsified”).

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Art collector. Former lawyer & biochemist. Explorer of blockchain, IoT, AI, sensors, patents & big data. I believe that cryptocurrency will change the world.

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Collin Dyer, Esq. PhD.

Collin Dyer, Esq. PhD.

Art collector. Former lawyer & biochemist. Explorer of blockchain, IoT, AI, sensors, patents & big data. I believe that cryptocurrency will change the world.

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