It is interesting to note that much of the trouble we have today with copyright was foreseen and discussed by people hundreds of years ago. I throughoutly enjoyed reading the 19th century speeches by Thomas Babington Macaulay, 1st Baron Macaulay, which you can find here. Also, take note of this essey by Eric Flint, which directed me there in the first place.
Victory at the Fourth Circuit: Court of Appeals allows Wikimedia Foundation v. NSA to proceed - The decision marks an important victory for the privacy and free expression rights of Wikimedia users.
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