Techdirt Podcast Episode 69: Free Culture And Aaron Swartz (Part Two)

from the the-conversation-continues dept

Last week we were joined by Justin Peters, author of the new book The Idealist all about Aaron Swartz, free culture and digital activism. The first half of the discussion focused on that broader context, and this week we continue with a closer look at Aaron himself.

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    NSA, 12 Apr 2016 @ 2:16pm

    digital activism. We call it domestic terrorism.

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    HegemonicDistortion (profile), 12 Apr 2016 @ 2:38pm

    The Idealist is an excellent book, BTW, very well written. Enjoying it tremendously.

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    Hugo Connery (profile), 24 May 2017 @ 5:57am

    The birth of creativity

    All children are taught material that is known by their parents and others which the teachers did not invent.

    Copyright a language? Social protocol? Morality?

    The whole thing is insane.

    Who holds the copyright on a work that describes history of copyright?

    When has the US sued another nations for incorporating significant elements of its law on copyright into theirs ?

    Meta-confusion ...

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