Enforcing copyright is not easy, but it might be worth it.
Protect your images, videos, and writing.
Copying and digitizing millions of books did not violate copyright law
Five of the six Curiosity papers published yesterday required a subscription to read, but one scientist thought that because they were NASA-funded, they should be free. So he posted them...
How to protect big ideas in a new legal era
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A proposed trade agreement could authorize border agents to search the contents of laptops and iPods for copyrighted material
Long before DRM-cracking and Creative Commons, thinkers like Gutenberg, Kant and Locke started the freedom of information debate. A new site archives their really old ideas
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