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"[...] the Internet is a machine for copying things cheaply, quickly, and with as little control as possible, while copyright is the right to control who gets to make copies, so these two abstractions seem destined for a fatal collision, right? Wrong." - How the Internet Broke

Cory Doctorow, of BoingBoing fame and John W. Campbell Award-winning SF author, has written a fascinating article for Locus Online. The article deals with how the Internet and copyrights will interact in the future. Go read it!

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Thanks Austin: that was an interesting read!

By Tanya Jones
September 12, 2006 @ 1:57 pm

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