Is Copyright Dangerous To Democracy? by drew Roberts is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
In light of recently reported things like the play in the "Digital Economy Bill" in the UK or the secret ACTA negotiations, I wonder if copyright is a danger to democracy.
Britain's new Internet law
Radioactive assumptions in the Digital Economy Bill
Mandy and Me: some thoughts on the Digital Economy Bill
Mandelson's 'three strikes' rule in jeopardy
Digital economy bill: A punishing future
Mandleson, ethics, culture, commerce and copyright law
No, ACTA Secrecy Is Not 'Normal' -- Nor Is It A 'Distraction'
Hollywood: Never Mind the Transparency, Here's the ACTA
Stopping the ACTA Juggernaut
Brazil, Pakistan Criticize “One Size Fits All” Piracy Solution
Copyright overreach goes on world tour
What are they telling us? That the only way to protect their copyrights is to gut democracy? To gut freedom? To gut privacy? To gut free speech?
(Hopefully more to come...)