Tag: DMCA
Perché “Riformare” il Copyright Significa Ucciderlo
[Di Kevin Carson. Originale pubblicato su Center for a Stateless Society il 21 agosto 2016 con il titolo Why “Reforming” Copyright Will Kill It. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna.] Electronic Frontier Foundation ha recentemente presentato un esposto contro la sezione 1201 della Digital Millennial Copyright Act (DMCA) su basi costituzionali. Secondo l’esposto, la sezione, che criminalizza…
“Intellectual Property” Just Keeps Getting Deadlier
You may be familiar with the role of proprietary automobile diagnostic software in enforcing a repair cartel of the Big Auto manufacturers, dealership mechanics, and auto repair chains and big garages that can afford to license the software. By using closed software that makes it impossible for an independent party to access it, or open…
If You Can’t Knock Down Left-Libertarianism, Knock Down Straw
Somehow left-libertarianism (or at least my article “What Is Left-Libertarianism?” Center for a Stateless Society, June 15, 2014) has come to the attention of Heather Johnson, a Libertarian candidate for Senate in Minnesota. And not in a good way. “Left-libertarianism,” she says on her Facebook page, “is as much bull***t as right-libertarianism,” because it “violates……
Copyright in Defense of Racism
“You wouldn’t steal a car, you wouldn’t steal a handbag, you wouldn’t steal a television, you wouldn’t steal a movie.” Sounds familiar doesn’t it? For years the copyright industry has been telling us that piracy is a crime. However, recently another supposedly heinous copyright crime has been added to the list: exposing racism. On September…
“O Governo Somos NÓS?” Não Enquanto Nós Não Formos o Citigroup
Não acredite naquela de que os funcionários do estado “trabalham para nós.” Dê uma olhada onde eles trabalharam antes de entrar no “serviço público” e veja para onde eles irão depois disso. Adivinhe só: Eles estão trabalhando lá, também, já agora.
“The Government is US?” Not Unless We’re Citigroup
Carson: Don’t fall for the line that state functionaries “work for us.” Take a look at where they worked before they entered “public service” and watch where they go back to afterward. Guess what? They’re working there right now, too.
Mene, Mene, Tequel e Parsim(*)
Carson lê a escritura na parede da Propriedade Intelectual – IP.
Mene, Mene, Tekel, Upharsin
Carson reads the writing on the IP wall.
The Copyright Nazis’ Latest Venue: Newspapers
Kevin Carson on the failing business models of state-allied media.
The Anatomy of Escape
Fighting Fascism
Markets Not Capitalism
Free Markets & Capitalism?
Organization Theory
Conscience of an Anarchist