The Copyright Monopoly Can Only Be Enforced With Mass Wiretapping, And Must Therefore Be TorpedoedRick Falkvinge
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If I claimed to be an author, painter, sculptor, or guitarist, would you let me track and wiretap all of your communications? That’s the only way the copyright monopoly can be enforced today, as distribution of works under copyright monopoly takes place in our private communications. The only proper answer is “no way”.
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