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RIP! A Remix Manifesto, by Ralph Bernardo  [October 24, 2009]

Pirate Party: Copyright Laws Threaten Online Freedom, by Christian Engström  [July 14. 2009]

Overlong Copyright Terms Resemble Book-Burning, by Jeffrey A. Tucker  [June 24, 2009]

Big Studios Stealing Your Time and Money With Faulty DVDs, by Thomas M. Sipos  [November 8, 2005]

Big Media Companies Are Pirating Your Copyrights -- And Free Speech, by Thomas M. Sipos  [August 21, 2005]

BMI Shutters Anti-MTV -- Lawyers Kill Free Speech, by Erik Barath  [August 7, 2002]

With Callous Disregard, by Marty Thau  [March 30, 2002]

Anorexic Pride Sites Censored, by Hank Willow  [January 5, 2002]

 

 

 

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