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Newsletter - Summer 2011

Questioncopyright.org Newsletter - Summer 2011

Contents

  • Introduction
  • QuestionCopyright.org Projects
  • QCO In The News
  • QCO Artist-In-Residence Nina Paley
  • How to Support QCO
  • Further Information

Introduction

Dear QuestionCopyright.org Supporter,

Thanks for taking the time to read our newsletter.  We hope you like what you see, and are encouraged to take an active part in building a world where freedom from monopoly is the norm.  It's been an active summer at QuestionCopyright.org, though we took a little time out for relaxation too. Since newsletters tend to highlight results, one thing not adequately reflected in the individual news items below is the increased volunteer activity at QuestionCopyright.org.  While we're always grateful for monetary donations -- all of our programs have expenses -- we're also grateful to the many people who have donated their time and skills to a cause they believe in.  If you'd like to be one of them, please see the "How to Support QCO" section below.  Or if you support the cause but don't have time to volunteer, consider displaying one of our link badges.  The more often people see copyright restrictions being questioned, the more acceptable it will be to question copyright!

Karl Fogel
Founder and Executive Director, QuestionCopyright.Org

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Censorship Vs. Copyright

They're totally different!

What distinguishes
Copyright from Censorship?

The profit motive.

There’s one more day to back the Mimi & Eunice’s Intellectual Pooperty minibook project! The above comic won’t be in it, alas, since I just drew it yesterday and the book is already at the printer. But there will be 40 other fine selections from the IP category, in full color.

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