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New Slogans Needed in the fight against "Intelellectual Monopolists"
Saturday, March 23 2002 @ 07:16 PM CST
Contributed by: bob
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Justice Russell McOrmond a long time advocate and supporter of all manner of "freedoms" has just observed that in our discussions and debate, surrounding this issue.
That the time has come to create new slogans in the war of words that exists over this issues and the principles involved.


Russell notes that language has been and will be a deciding factor in this matter as the language used by the forces of the "Intellectual Monopolists" is in flux once again.
We now have to deal with:

"Fair Use Expectations vs the established "Fair Use Rights"

Expectations being less than rights but "Rights"
already exist.

"Intellelctual Property" vs a "Temporary Intellectual Monopoly"

Property being considered "a good thing to protect"
When in fact a Goverment endorsed monopoly is being created.

Russell believes that given the records profits made by the "Entertainment Product Distributors", not its actual creators, that in fact and as a new slogan in this war of words.

"PRIVATE COPYING IS NOT PIRACY, IT IS FREE ADVERTISING".

Please use this thread to note and discuss other slogans to help in this issue.


  


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