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March 30, 2005
What He Said
Matthew Yglesias was evidently quite serious when he pledged to start writing about the copyfight (see Socially Optimal Piracy):
The idea that intellectual property law should have the protection of intellectual property as its purpose rather than as the means used toward the end of overall social betterment is a serious error that the content industry has been remarkably successful at inducing in American society.
Via Electrolite via Copyfight's referrer logs.
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