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Tuesday, 2008-12-02

Copying is not piracy

Filed under: Entertainment,Intellectual Property — bblackmoor @ 20:23

A companion to Sharing is not piracy, to help convey the difference between copying and piracy. Feel free to use it as you wish.

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6 Responses to “Copying is not piracy”

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  5. The Great Analogy Hunt says:

    [...] policy context, the underlying morality of the activity is orders of magnitudes a-part (or this alternative). Piracy was an extraordinarily brutal and costly affair: people were killed and enslaved and [...]

  6. Copyrights Aren’t Christlike (disagreeing with LDS Liberty) | Lodo the Bear says:

    […] to describe copyright infringement. So please, don’t call copying “theft”, and don’t call it “piracy”, either. The use of the “piracy” term is an old act of blatant propaganda, and we should all be […]

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