[pp.int.general] A major French exhibition censored by IP office
rms at gnu.org
Wed Apr 21 21:23:35 CEST 2010
This shouldn't come as a surprise: the exhibition does make quite a
big deal about illegal copies of cultural works, and basically aims to
"educate" children and teenagers (with quizzs, children-oriented
activities, etc.) to the idea that "copying is theft". Up to the point
where one could wonder if this wasn't the actual purpose of the whole
Can there be protests at the exhibit saying that it lying
and it is propaganda?
It would be good to have people there as many days as possible
handing out papers to people visiting the exhibit.
How long will it be open?
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