Time to Rebel on Copyright?

A couple of weeks ago I was asked to take part in a discussion at the Rebellious Media conference in London. As the author of a tome called "Rebel Code", how could I refuse? In fact, it turned into more of a monologue than a discussion, since...

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A couple of weeks ago I was asked to take part in a discussion at the Rebellious Media conference in London. As the author of a tome called "Rebel Code", how could I refuse? In fact, it turned into more of a monologue than a discussion, since none of the other speakers could make it (was it something I said....?)

There was nothing original in the talk (is there ever?) but at least this one possesses the virtue of brevity, which may endear it to those who couldn't be bothered viewing my longer harangues. It's also a kind of placeholder until I get around to writing that post on the abolition of copyright that I promised to write ages ago....

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