Tag Archives: Copyright

Libraries

Can you even imagine trying to invent public libraries in 2015? — Parker Higgins (@xor) August 21, 2015 You can almost hear the outraged wailing and dire predictions about the end of the publishing industry. It's a knife aimed at … Continue reading

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Report from the Copyright Front

Rick Falkvinge has another excellent diatribe in his series on copyright and its abuses. This time he examines the common notion that without copyright, artists wouldn't get paid and would therefore stop producing their art. That's a powerful argument and … Continue reading

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Cory Doctorow on the Politics of Copyright

Cory Doctorow appears in an interesting video where he discusses the politics of copyright and how our current policies just don't make any sense. He repeatedly applies those policies to other areas where everyone can see how ridiculous they are. … Continue reading

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