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[Fsfe-france] [Fwd: <nettime> WSJ: Can Copyright Be Saved?]

From: lagadu
Subject: [Fsfe-france] [Fwd: <nettime> WSJ: Can Copyright Be Saved?]
Date: Sun, 09 Nov 2003 23:27:57 +0100

En écho aux interrogations passées sur la nécessité ou non de s'opposer aux
DRM ou d'y contribuer en  libre.
Quelques éléments basiques de réflexion


Heiko Recktenwald wrote:

> The subject reminds me to my slogan: Save copyright, fight DRM.
> Copyright nd DRM are two completely different things anyway. Copyright is
> something human, a social something, DRM is technic. Copyright has
> exeptions and an end, DRM not. DRM kills copyright as a social thing, DRM
> is just tyranny. The main point is: You cannot obey the law if you cant
> break it, if you cant break it, thats DRM, the law just disappears.
> It is a strange optic to say the digital times kill copyright. They have
> made copying just easier. A lot of people used Napster etc, but not all.
> And so on. Nothing against creative commons, it is just another use of
> copyright.
> H.
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