Copyfight

Lucian Constantin’s Motherboard guide to protecting your home router is full of excellent, nearly impossible-to-follow advice that you should follow, but probably won’t. Constantin sensibly points out that your ability to trust your router ultimately and absolutely depends on its security track record (“How did it handle vulnerabilities…

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When the USA decided to retroactively extend the term of copyright, it deprived itself of free, open access to important cultural treasures that new creators could build upon as creators have done since time immemorial. Luckily, Canada and the EU were not so foolish, and so today, there…

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Denuvo is billed as the video game industry’s “best in class” DRM, charging games publishers a premium to prevent people from playing their games without paying for them. In years gone by, Denuvo DRM would remain intact for as long as a month before cracks were widely disseminated. …

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US court records are not copyrighted, but the US court system operates a paywall called “PACER” that is supposed to recoup the costs of serving text files on the internet; charging $0.10/page for access to the public domain, and illegally profiting to the tune of $80,000,000/year. The response…

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