Browsing the "piracy" Tag

The Internet: Abstraction and Rationalization

November 15th, 2012 | by Jonah Scheinerman

Stealing a painting from an artist who earns their living from selling their work seems clearly morally reprehensible. Yet many

Ownership, Authorship, and Rights Management

October 19th, 2012 | by Ben Krawitz

Following up with last week’s post, I thought there was at least one important piece that I left out of the

Tune Tap: A Music Revolution

February 23rd, 2012 | by Brandon Klein

I love downloading new music; it’s like getting a gift for your birthday.  It’s fresh and exciting, and there is

Internet on Strike

January 17th, 2012 | by Elton Li

Tomorrow, Jan 19th, some sites on the World Wide Web will shut down to protest PIPA, the reincarnation of SOPA.

Piracy As Religion?

January 16th, 2012 | by Mike Guisinger

Before winter break I wrote a piece about SOPA and the legitimacy online piracy more generally [...] File sharing made the news again last week, but in a more humorous manner

SOPA and Internet Piracy

December 6th, 2011 | by Mike Guisinger

The Internet is arguably one of the most open and democratic systems on the planet. Art and ideas can be accessed and shared by anyone, with very few limitations, especially in the U.S One big exception is piracy, the sharing of copyrighted material

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