The more you know about the odious Trans-Pacific Partnership, the less you'll like it

Among the many betrayals of the Obama administration is its overall treatment of what many people refer to as "intellectual property" – the idea that ideas themselves and digital goods and services are exactly like physical property, and that therefore the law should treat them the same way. This corporatist stance defies both reality and the American Constitution, which expressly called for creators to have rights for limited periods, the goal of which was to promote inventive progress and the arts.

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Hollywood copyright cartel's plot to indoctrinate California kindergartens

Sharing is the essence of digital creativity, but its enemies want to brainwash grade-schoolers with their commercial interests

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How should you protect yourself from cyber surveillance?

The more research I've done on security, the more worried I've become about our ability to keep up with the bad guys

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The Bradley Manning verdict is still bad news for the press

Dan Gillmor: The Obama administration's war on leaks and, by extension, the work of investigative reporters, has been unrelenting

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