Copyright and the end of Internet freedom

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May 10, 2011
Center for the Study of Innovative Freedom
by Stephan Kinsella  
Posted in Commentary

"The Internet must remain free and unregulated. If Internet freedom disappears, we will lose one of our most crucial weapons against the state. And it will have been because of copyright law, the fascist nature of which is becoming increasingly obvious to all libertarians except for the most stubborn pro-IP holdouts. I used to think IP was bad, but way down on the list of priorities. But since 1995 or so (see my The Four Historical Phases of IP Abolitionism), IP’s abuses have increased and become more visible." (05/10/11)  


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