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Yet another case of “abolishing copyright” at work (a dream)
“…So the show was altered, removing any punishable copyright infringement…” “… it’s … the most ambitious animated series currently on television.” “…has a clear dialogue with popular culture…” “Rick and Morty come across on one of their adventures, in the … Continue reading
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Here I remember, here I don’t
 arts are the realm of ultimate freedom  copyrights restrict said freedom  honest conclusion[?] Continue reading
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How Will They Compete or Is “Copyright” a “Capitalistic” Concept?
That is, marketplace (where books are sold) becomes normal when rights to make copies are out of picture . . . get used to this really simple understanding of the issue provided by first graders. Continue reading
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Is Copyright Similar to a Fundamentalist Religion?
Few thoughts on _Copyright as a Fundamentalist Religion_ by Rick Falkvinge. There is one more noteworthy analogy between pro-copyright social structures and church. It is believers, people. It is them who church relied upon and it is them, law obedient … Continue reading
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