Why Do Copyright Monopolists Think They Can Just Take Somebody Else’s Work?Rick Falkvinge
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Copyright monopolists insist on the idea of controlling the fruits of other people’s labor, such as when other people copy a particular file. This attitude is offensive, insulting, and antithetical to a free market.