Friday, January 05, 2007

EFF-Founder on Copyright Law (dis)obedience

Link (Via Boing Boing):

In this Netzpolitik-Interview EFF-Founder John Perry Barlow talks about massive civil disobedience in the copyright debate. The Interview was done at the 23. Chaos Communication Congress in Berlin:

"If you wanna share something - share it. If you wanna use something - use it. Try to do so ethically in the sense of don´ t take things without attribution ... Pay no attention to these people when it comes to being creative. Go ahead and do the stuff that Larry showed in the beginning of his talks and do lot of it. And every time they put a lock on - break it. And every time they pass a new law - break that."

Massive civil disobedience -- oooh I like the sound of that. Burn baby burn.

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