Michael Weinberg’s follow-up whitepaper to “It will be awesome if they don’t screw it up.”
If you live in the States, please, please, for the love of the internet, write to your representative at fightforthefuture.org/pipa
A handy template for releasing code into the public domain.
It's well worth paying attention to this site, the accompaniment to the four-part series of videos entitled "Everything is a Remix."
Sending a cease and desist letter to an obvious parody just makes the parody even funnier.
I believe it was the philosopher Conflicticus who said, "Only stupid bastards help EMI."
Oh, the irony! Unconstitutionally draconian French "anti-piracy" organisation uses a pirated font in its logo.
USA, Canada and the EU attempt to kill treaty to protect blind people's access to written material - Boing Boing
I feel a rant coming on...
Caroline Lucas MEP » Blog Archive » Green MEP Joins Forces With Music Legend To Protest ‘Corporate Bully’ Copyright Proposals In Euro-Parliament
My representative in the European Parliament is full of WIN!
Mark Pilgrim knows the score.
A logo designer accused of ripping off his own work — kind of like what happened to Dan.
New Zealand is enacting one of the most draconian unfair ISP policing policies in the Western world. "Section 92 of the Copyright Amendment Act assumes Guilt Upon Accusation and forces the termination of internet connections and websites without evidence, without a fair trial, and without punishment for any false accusations of copyright infringement."
This is a brilliant and inspiring essay by Cory on the why the copyists—avid consumers who are branded as criminals—are not our enemy. Please read this; it is important for the survival of our culture.
Music Recording Industry Will Be First Traditional Media Industry To Be Utterly Destroyed By Digital Technology - Publishing 2.0
The RIAA now says it is illegal for you to put that CD you bought onto your own computer. Asshats.
Sounds like Prince is being a bit of a twat. And Flickr have become complicit with the twattiness, to a degree.
It looks like Starbucks is ripping off Elsa's Oddzballz. Either it's a blatant rip-off or a quite a coincidence.
This is ridiculous. Target refuses to print a customer's pictures because they look "too professional."
The Blog | Larisa Alexandrovna: MSM Plagiarism Strikes Again – AP Welcome to the Party | The Huffington Post
The Associated Press feels that blogs are good enough to steal from, but not good enough to credit.