Copyrights and Wrongs, Part 2

Just when you thought the ramble was done, here we are again. Beyond the functional knowledge that we covered in the previous column, there is a roaring debate going on in artistic, intellectual, and legal circles about what defines the idea of intellectual property and copyright. There is a large contingent of artists and philosophers who demand the freedom of information, knowledge, and art; freedom to be created, freedom to be displayed, freedom to be copied, derived, or adapted.

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