Tag Archives: Free Knowledge

Anti-copyright

From Wikipedia Anti-copyright refers to the complete or partial opposition to prevalent copyright laws. Copyright is known as the owner’s right for copies to be only made by the owner or with his/her authorisation in form of a licence. The classic argument … Continue reading

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Richard Stallman :Free as in Freedom

From Wikipedia Richard Stallman at the University of Pittsburgh2010 Born March 16, 1953 (age 61) New York City, United States Nationality American Other names RMS, St. iGNUcius (avatar) Alma mater Harvard University,Massachusetts Institute of Technology Occupation President of the Free Software Foundation Known for Free software movement, GNU,Emacs, GCC … Continue reading

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The Pirate Bay

From Wikipedia   The Pirate Bay logo Drawing of a 3-masted sailing ship with Home Taping Is Killing Music cassette & crossbones Web address https://thepiratebay.se/ (.org until 2012) uj3#HUNNA SOSAon (Needs to be added by an admin) (.onion backup URL) Slogan “The … Continue reading

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Join Our Censorship Protest!

by Jane Wells Have you been paying attention to all the hubbub online about the proposed U.S. legislation (SOPA/PIPA) that threatens internet freedom? I wrote about it last week over on WordPress.org, but the gist is this: there’s a bill in the U.S. … Continue reading

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Thank You for Protecting Wikipedia

by Wikipedia https://wikimediafoundation.org/wiki/SOPA/Blackoutpage The Wikipedia blackout is over — and you have spoken. More than 162 million people saw our message asking if you could imagine a world without free knowledge. You said no. You shut down Congress’s switchboards. You melted … Continue reading

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WEB GOES ON STRIKE

On Jan 24th, Congress will vote to pass internet censorship in the Senate, even though the vast majority of Americans are opposed. We need to kill the bill – PIPA in the Senate and SOPA in the House – to … Continue reading

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What people want from technology

What people want from technology is usually pretty clear… People love huge open libraries of music, books and video. They don’t like censorship and legal landmines that get you sued for making amazing things. They love privacy and open platforms … Continue reading

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Imagine a World Without Free Knowledge-SOPA and PIPA

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:SOPA_initiative/Learn_more Why is Wikipedia blacked-out? Wikipedia is protesting against SOPA and PIPA by blacking out the English Wikipedia for 24 hours, beginning at midnight January 18, Eastern Time. Readers who come to English Wikipedia during the blackout will not be … Continue reading

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Wikipedia joins blackout protest at US anti-piracy moves

Wikipedia has taken its English-language site offline as part of protests against proposed anti-piracy laws in the US. Users attempting to access the site see a black screen and a political statement: “Imagine a world without free knowledge.” The user-generated … Continue reading

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Creative Commons 知识共享

Creative Commons (CC) is a non-profit organization headquartered in Mountain View, California, United States devoted to expanding the range of creative works available for others to build upon legally and to share.[1] The organization has released several copyright-licenses known as … Continue reading

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