Recent blog posts
People keep saying DRM isn't inherently evil. Why?
Sometimes universities don't know what's good for them
GPLv3 doesn't break voting machines.
Why GPLv3 doesn't make exceptions for regulatory compliance.
GPLv3's anti-DRM section solves an actual problem. I've been thinking about the Digital Restrictions Management (DRM) clauses of GPL version 3, and some of the reactions to them.
As is so often the case in life, two steps forward requires one step back.
Employers are lucky to have employees ethical enough to care about assigning their code to the Free Software Foundation.
By David "Novalis" Turner
The basics about copyright and licensing
An example of why we need to know the reach of our intellectual interests.