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Letters to the Editor:

  • My response to former US Registrar of Copyright Ralph Oman, after he speciously argued that Congress "owed" content holders extended terms in compensation for the "whittling away" of copyrights.

Right now, all across the globe, in realspace and cyberspace, a battle is being waged. It pits faceless corporations against the disenfranchised loners; law enforcement against the citizenry it's sworn to protect; and capitalism against democracy. The armaments are keyboard sniffers and encryption packages; the soldiers are bureaucrats and spiderbots, hackers and drones. The battlegrounds include our libraries, our schools, our homes, the DMV, the Library of Congress, the courts, and the Net. The target, the victim, and the casualty just might be human dignity as it has come to be understood during the past four centuries.

What lies at stake is everything we hold dear. What will be decided in the next few years -- perhaps no more than the next decade -- is nothing less than the shape of civilization for the indefinite future... because at the root, this fight is about what it means to be free.
A running list of concerns and issues.
Thoughts on Privacy Issues

The Digital Millenium Copyright Act and its impacts

Annoyance Links

"There's a war out there, old friend, a world war.  And it's not about who's got the most bullets.  It's about who controls the information -- what we see and hear, how we work, what we think... It's all about the information."
-- Cosmo (Ben Kingsley), from Sneakers
Matters of encryption
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