Join New Zealand Internet blackout protest against insane copyright law

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While accepting that copyright infringement is a big issue it seems clear to me that government imposed draconian laws that owe more to big business lobbying than sensible leglislative concern is not the way to go.

Read all about how New Zealand have approached the problem and plan your own resistance to its inevitable spread now.

Join New Zealand Internet blackout protest against insane copyright law

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Here’s an Ethical Dilemma For You

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Web Worker Daily have a great post about intellectual property (IP) rights. Specifically it gives you information on what to do if your work is stolen on-line.

I’d really like to tell you about this post as it contains great information about how to deal with this problem but, if I quote it, am I simply copying?

I’ll take my chances and put it down to Fair Use.

You can read the article here:

WebWorkerDaily » Archive What To Do When Your Work is Stolen Online «

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