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Category Archives: intellectual property rights
Should we follow Aaron Swartz’s example on civil obedience to the laws?
In his Guerrilla Open Access Manifesto, Aaron Swartz writes “There is no justice in following unjust laws.” In the context he argues that there has been a private theft of public culture. In effect, copyright enriches the few at the … Continue reading
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Why can’t I copy money? Is that censorship?: Thoughts on framing SOPA and PIPA
I have been fascinated by the SOPA and PIPA debate because it shows the power of framing an argument. Depending on how you frame an argument, you can set the parameters for how it will be discussed and ultimately how … Continue reading
Posted in censorship, Government, intellectual property rights, privacy Tagged copyright, internet, pipa, privacy, sopa 4 Comments