Piracy

What Lessig’s Presidential Candidacy Did for Net Neutrality & Copyright

November 6, 2015 No surprise that political activist Larry Lessig, the intellectual leader of the net neutrality and anti-copyright movements, ran one of the most cynical, undemocratic, and stunt-driven Presidential candidacies ever, because that’s exactly the kind of cynical, undemocratic, stunt-driven campaigns his political followers...
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The De-Americanization of the Internet – My Daily Caller Op-ed

November 19, 2013 Please don’t miss my latest Daily Caller op-ed: “The De-Americanization of the Internet” — here. America’s dominance of the Internet has peaked. Read why and what it means.  It’s Part 3 of my “World Changing Internet” research series. World Changing Internet Series...
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Cellphone Unlocking Legal, But Cellphone Lockpicking Illegal – Keeping Copyright Neuterers Honest

March 5, 2013 Rhetoric aside, the Administration drew an under-appreciated and principled line in defending property rights in its deft partial support of the Free Culture petition to the White House to “make unlocking cellphones legal.” For those paying attention to the whole Administration statement,...
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Mr. Khanna’s Copyright Misrepresentation Over Cellphone Unlocking

February 25, 2013 Free culture activist, Derek Khanna, has thrust himself into the limelight again with yet more misrepresentations of copyright law. His latest copyright-neutering effort is a “call to arms” to “the digital generation” to oppose a Librarian of Congress 1998 DMCA copyright ruling,...
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