kontakt |Âflorian kuhlmann on Sun, 13 Dec 2015 16:12:29 +0100 (CET)

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Re: <nettime> Vice > Peter Sunde > I Have Given Up

   great comment.

   thanx. :-)

   thats reason way nettime is still there.



   Am 12.12.2015 um 23:04 schrieb Jonathan Marshall <Jonathan.Marshall@uts.edu.au>:


     Equating 'freedom' with 'right' to consume unpaid commercial content was
     the biggest meme hijack of the decade. It reminds of the sinister side
     of some hippie communities, where 'free love' was used to excuse rape.

   I'd say that the biggest 'meme'-hijack of the last 40 years has been
   equating the idea of 'freedom' with the right to purchase - end of story.
   At least the idea of a right to use ideas for free, attacks the idea of
   producing freedom through extending corporate property rights.

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