Language Matters: Framing The Copyright Monopoly So We Can Keep Our LibertiesTorrentFreak
Jul. 15, 2013
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George Orwell was scaringly right in many ways, but one of his most overlooked points is one of the most important. The language we use defines our reality and what problems we perceive, communicate, and solve. From theft of intellectual property to sharing culture and knowledge, itís a war of words.