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by John Sullivan Contributions Published on Mar 09, 2010 04:11 PM
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Yes, DRM is inherently evil

People keep saying DRM isn't inherently evil. Why?

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Assignment University

Sometimes universities don't know what's good for them

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Reaction to the DRM clause in GPLv3

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.

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Quagga - The Free Software Directory

As is so often the case in life, two steps forward requires one step back.

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Employers: Don't Panic!

Employers are lucky to have employees ethical enough to care about assigning their code to the Free Software Foundation.

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The Basics

The basics about copyright and licensing

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Digging the Value of Source

An example of why we need to know the reach of our intellectual interests.

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