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Interview with Rob Myers by Matt Lee
by Matt Lee published Dec 07, 2007 last modified Aug 20, 2008 12:53 PM
Rob Myers is an artist, hacker and free culture activist who has been remixing images and coding up art for more than fifteen years. He held the first solo all-copyleft-licensed art show, has been involved with community projects such as Free Culture UK and Remix Reading, and has advised on corporate projects such as "Where Are The Joneses?" and "4Laughs."
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by Benjamin Mako Hill published Oct 25, 2007 last modified May 17, 2010 04:45 PM
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News Item iPhone restricts users, GPLv3 frees them
by josh published Jun 28, 2007 last modified Jul 29, 2013 02:53 PM
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the problem with the iPhone
by Ward Vandewege published Jan 12, 2007 last modified May 17, 2010 04:45 PM
The iPhone will be a walled garden.
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News Item RealAudio broadcast Tuesday October 3rd a "Day Against DRM"
by Matt Lee published Oct 03, 2006 last modified Oct 03, 2006 02:10 AM
HAZMAT SUITS DESCEND UPON FLAGSHIP APPLE STORES IN NEW YORK AND LONDON - protesters label Apple products defective and hazardous to users, and declare Tuesday October 3rd a "Day Against DRM"
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Anti-DRM campaign to petition Bono
by Matt Lee published Jun 30, 2006 last modified Jul 13, 2006 04:41 PM
Campaign calls upon Bono to take a stand against the digital restrictions found in new technology and music.
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News Item The French bill on 'droits d'auteur' is generating reactions even in the United States
by Matt Lee published Jun 09, 2006 last modified Jun 12, 2006 10:55 AM press release - Paris, June 9th 2006 -- Several events have been slated to take place this weekend throughout the world in protest against the digital padlocking of culture through technical means of protection (DRM or MTP).
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Digital Restrictions Management and Treacherous Computing
by John Sullivan published Jan 30, 2006 last modified May 27, 2016 12:14 PM
DRM is often written as "Digital Rights Management", but this is misleading, since it refers to systems that are designed to take away and limit your rights. So, we suggest you use the term "Digital Restrictions Management" instead. We also suggest "Treacherous Computing" as a replacement for the misleading "Trusted Computing".
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Letter to the Boston Public Library
by John Sullivan published Jan 30, 2006
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Comments delivered by the FSF to the Copyright Office
by John Sullivan published Aug 25, 2005
Thanks to everyone who took the time to write and send a comment. With the help of DC-based Public Knowledge, we were able to hand-deliver the printed comments to the Copyright Office on Monday, August 22, 2005. A sampling of the comments we received is included below, in no particular order.
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