[pp.int.general] RiP: A Remix Manifesto

Glenn Kerbein glenn.kerbein at pirate-party.us
Wed May 20 00:41:48 CEST 2009

	FYI: I quoted the phrase for a reason. I've read your essay on the
matter over and over again. The term is an amalgamation of totally
unrelated topics, each of which should not carry the same weight as the
next. (See: PRO-IP act and PIRATE Act.)
	The film does make use of term, pointing out that content owners use it
to enforce bad litigation, as well as how content holders use it for

Richard M Stallman wrote:
> 	    I am inclined to hold a screening myself for the film. The idea hasn't
>     quite solidified quite yet, though; I'm thinking I'd hold it somewhere
>     in Silicon Valley. What better place to show a film about "intellectual
>     property"
> Does the film use the term "intellectual property"?  I hope not.
> (See http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/not-ipr.html.)
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Glenn "Channel6" Kerbein
Pirate Party of the United States
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