The Copyright Monopoly Was Created As A Censorship Instrument – And Is Still Used As OneRick Falkvinge
Sep. 02, 2013
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Many proponents of the copyright monopoly falsely state that it was created in 1710. That’s not true; it was merely re-enacted in that year. It was created in 1557 as a censorship instrument to suppress political dissent.