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Who fucking gives government the power to <b style="color:red;display:inline-block">LEGITIMATE BOOK-BURNING</b>?
 
Who fucking gives government the power to <b style="color:red;display:inline-block">LEGITIMATE BOOK-BURNING</b>?
  
If government can burn the so-called "copyright-infringing" content, how can guarantee to not abuse them? Talk is cheap.
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If government can burn the so-called "copyright-infringing" content, how can guarantee they will not abuse them? Talk is cheap.
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Revision as of 14:40, 19 December 2018

Will we avoid the digital dark age?

In fact, all the electronic information data of our time, are facing the risk of disappearing in the future.

Maybe someday in the future, our understanding of the 21st century will be far less than the 20th century. At least at that time, the way of recording was paper or film, which might still be readable in the future. And now we are using more cloud storage.

#DecentralizedWeb #DistributedWeb #OpenAccess #OpenSource


Copyright law is just an excuse of censorship

Who fucking gives government the power to LEGITIMATE BOOK-BURNING?

If government can burn the so-called "copyright-infringing" content, how can guarantee they will not abuse them? Talk is cheap.