At What Point Will The Next Generation Kill The Copyright Monopoly Altogether?Rick Falkvinge
Sep. 16, 2013
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For teenagers today, the copyright monopoly is something that the establishment uses to punish them for enjoying culture and science, to censor their protests and voices, and to prevent their art from reaching an audience. As these people grow older and come into policymaking positions, at what point will they just kill the monopoly altogether?