Net.wars: bent copyright - 2007-05-25

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F0.png net.wars: bent copyright May 25, 2007, Wendy M Grossman, newswireless.net

The Church of Scientology has always claimed that its goal was not to stifle criticism but to protect its "trade secrets", as it called the L. Ron Hubbard writings that adherents study for many expensive hours. Whether the CoS's claim was true or not doesn't really matter. Copyright maximalism (as Pamela Samuelson calls it) is that it provides a legal structure people can use to stifle critics if that's what they want to do and that remains the core issue no matter what anyone's motives were in a particular case.


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