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Five myths about the future of culture and the commons

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  • mlinksva Mike Linksvayer http://www.metro.se/se/article/2008/10/28/09/1028-61/index.xml interview with me in Swedish newspaper taken following this presentation. 5 years ago
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  • mlinksva Mike Linksvayer re identi.ca yeah, services are another example, but I didn't go into it at all here, only had 30 minutes. I'll talk about that in two days at FSCONS. :) 5 years ago
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  • mlinksva Mike Linksvayer A little of not licensing their own works, not really enjoying consuming all rights reserved media, more not or barely consuming free media (beyond Wikipedia). 5 years ago
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  • mlinksva Mike Linksvayer I only implicitly talked about pirated works not being part of the commons, more that they crowd out the commons.

    Except maybe in the very long term you're dreaming -- all of the pressure has been to update the law to change/ignore reality rather than reflect it. When will drugs be legalized?
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  • pfctdayelise Brianna Laugher, Software developer at a place Regarding myth 4, in what sense do you see free culture advocates not eating their own dogfood? Not licensing their own works freely? Consuming all-rights-reserved media and enjoying it? ...?

    maybe you should insert the identi.ca logo here :)
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  • pfctdayelise Brianna Laugher, Software developer at a place I like this a lot. Useful points succintly distilled.

    Regarding 'Piracy doesn't help the commons', I guess from the slides that you talked about this in the sense of pirated works not being part of the commons. But what about the idea of widespread (personally-enacted) piracy => widespread disregard for the law => pressure to update the law to reflect reality?

    I know I am dreaming a bit; big business is so invested in the current interpretation of copyright that any alternative seems impossible, but in theory...
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