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sobriquet
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      12-12-2012
On Tuesday, December 11, 2012 10:53:55 PM UTC+1, Usenet Account wrote:
> So why is protecting the author/artist's rights being a Nazi?
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Intellectual property isn't protecting author/artist's
rights. Quite the contrary, intellectual property violates
author/artist's rights. Intellectual property is a myth and the
people who perpetuate this myth are criminals who belong in
jail. This myth is harmful to innovation and creativity.

Artists and author's have human rights and one of these human
rights is the freedom to share information. This freedom can't
be taken seriously if people can claim information as their
intellectual property and infringe upon the freedom of others
to exchange or share that information.
Nobody has the right to claim information as their intellectual
property, because that directly infringes upon the freedom of
others.
Information is a shared resource and belongs to the public
domain. People who claim otherwise are nazis who disrespect
human rights.

We should have learned from the atrocities during the holocaust
what happens when people disrespect human rights.


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      12-12-2012
On Tuesday, December 11, 2012 10:34:45 PM UTC+1, nick c wrote:
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> ..... /if/ they are caught. But, then again, having got caught,
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> depending upon the numbers, punishment may not be metered out.
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> In-any-event, acts of theft will continue.
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> Savageduck had provided me with more than enough information that
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> supports his views concerning the subject of copyrights. Regardless of
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> means, his presentations were convincing and in the final analysis I
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> must agree with him, /thievery/ is theft no matter how you say it.



So you're a nazi who agrees with other nazis?
The nazis also had elaborate theories to support their misguided views
and they were obviously successful in their attempts to convince others
that they had the right to criminalize and demonize minorities and
violate human rights. Supposedly all in the interest of society.
They didn't call their political party National *Socialist* party for
nothing. They thought their ideas were very social, just like the way
the copyright nazis claim their misguided views are contributing to
creativity and innovation, while it's actually harmful for creativity
and innovation, just like the nazi philosophy was actually anti-social.

 
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      12-12-2012
On 12/11/2012 4:25 PM, sobriquet wrote:
> On Tuesday, December 11, 2012 10:34:45 PM UTC+1, nick c wrote:
>> [..]
>> ..... /if/ they are caught. But, then again, having got caught,
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>> depending upon the numbers, punishment may not be metered out.
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>> In-any-event, acts of theft will continue.
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>> Savageduck had provided me with more than enough information that
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>> supports his views concerning the subject of copyrights. Regardless of
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>> means, his presentations were convincing and in the final analysis I
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>> must agree with him, /thievery/ is theft no matter how you say it.

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> So you're a nazi who agrees with other nazis?


LOL ......

..... and a Merry Christmas to you too.


> The nazis also had elaborate theories to support their misguided views
> and they were obviously successful in their attempts to convince others
> that they had the right to criminalize and demonize minorities and
> violate human rights. Supposedly all in the interest of society.
> They didn't call their political party National *Socialist* party for
> nothing. They thought their ideas were very social, just like the way
> the copyright nazis claim their misguided views are contributing to
> creativity and innovation, while it's actually harmful for creativity
> and innovation, just like the nazi philosophy was actually anti-social.
>


 
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      12-12-2012
On Wednesday, December 12, 2012 12:07:26 AM UTC, sobriquet wrote:
> On Tuesday, December 11, 2012 10:53:55 PM UTC+1, Usenet Account wrote:
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> > So why is protecting the author/artist's rights being a Nazi?

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> Intellectual property isn't protecting author/artist's
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> rights. Quite the contrary, intellectual property violates
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> author/artist's rights.



How did you come to that conclusion ?
Don;t tell me you thought about it


> Intellectual property is a myth and the
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> people who perpetuate this myth are criminals who belong in
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> jail. This myth is harmful to innovation and creativity.


How is it harmful for either of the above.
If a person can;t copy another ideas they are forced to come up with their own creations. This is one of the problems china has copying everything andinventing little.


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> Artists and author's have human rights and one of these human
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> rights is the freedom to share information.


Freedom to share your own informatoin but not the information of others.


> This freedom can't
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> be taken seriously if people can claim information as their
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> intellectual property and infringe upon the freedom of others
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> to exchange or share that information.


So it's OK for your doctor to share your medical informationn or you bank to share your account details as part of humans rights of the bank and medical profession staff. ?


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> Nobody has the right to claim information as their intellectual
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> property, because that directly infringes upon the freedom of
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> others.


No it doesn;t.
Lets try it I demand my right to know your bank accunt details and any PIN numbers or passwords you have because it directly infringes on my human rights.


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> Information is a shared resource and belongs to the public
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> domain.


So post teh details I have requesed above or are you delibrately infringingon my and others human rights.


> People who claim otherwise are nazis who disrespect
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> human rights.


Like yourself .

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> We should have learned from the atrocities during the holocaust
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> what happens when people disrespect human rights.


The holocaust as you should know, the people there were forced to give up everything to others in a similar way you are demanding the rights to their information just like the Nazis demanded the rights to their lives, and labour.

You are a Nazi or believe in removing huiman rights, it is a human right tobe allowed to keep secrets whether that's whoi you shagged last night, you're age/birthday the last time you had sex, or the embarringing incetend from last weekm to medical & financail records only those that remove those rights from others are Nazi's

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