All Citizens Have An Obligation to Violate Copyright Law

#Opinion

Thu, Apr 29th, 2010 14:49 by capnasty NEWS

"Corporations", writes Michael Strangelove of The Mark, "are grossly violating our rights to use private property such as music, images, and words to create new art, commentary, and other forms of expression". By overextending their rights far beyond the original intention of copyright laws, corporations stifle creativity and undermine the collective good in the name of private profit. Thus, he believes, their legal claims should and must be resisted.

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