Monthly Archives: January 2014

Thoughts on Copyright Law and the Internet

For the most part, copyright has always been about a balance between the rights of creators and the general public. Prior to the advent of digital networks, it was comparatively easier to restrict rights of reproduction and distribution because the … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Crowdsourced Content

As the millennium was drawing to a close, Richard Stallman wrote a blogpost where he described what he called a “universal encyclopaedia.” He said that the “… World Wide Web has the potential to develop into a universal encyclopedia covering … Continue reading

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