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Posts Tagged ‘intellectual property’
Tags: Af-Pak War, Afghanistan, airstrikes, al-Qaeda, Amnesty International, Andy Worthington, Anwar al-Awlaki, AQAP, Ayman al-Zawahiri, bailout, Blackwater, Boeing, BP, copyright, drones, drug war, extrajudicial assassination, Gareth Porter, GE, general strike, global economic crisis, GOP, Greece, Gulf oil spill, India, intellectual property, Iraq, Iraq War, Israel, JSOC, Kashmir, Kevin Carson, Khmer Rouge, Lehman Brothers, Matthew Cassel, Middle East peace process, military industrial complex, Myanmar, national debt, night raids, Pervez Musharraf, TARP, Warfare and Conflict, Wikileaks, WTO, Xe, Yemen
Tags: anarchism, anti-Statism, average joe, corporatism, culture, daily grind, Democrats, fiat money, free market, free trade, intellectual property, libertarain, liberty, market-anarchism, patent monopoly, psychology, relativity, Republicans, society, subsidies, US
Kevin Carson on the average Joe’s daily hell he heaven’izes to endure it tomorrow.
Tags: anarchism, capitalism, copyright, corporate capitalism, corporatism, freed markets, history, Immanuel Wallerstein, Industrial Revolution, intellectual property, Kevin Carson, libertarian, Lysander Spooner, market-anarchism, media, Newspeak, patents, state capitalism
Kevin Carson on capitalism’s destruction of markets.
Tags: Bill Gates, children, copyleft, copyright, Cory Doctorow, Creative Commons, culture, DIY, intellectual property, liberation, libertarian, Mark Frauenfelder, Michael Bauwens, Nick Gillespie, Philosophy, society, Steve Jobs, technology, unschooling
Tags: Canned Unicorn Meat, Chris Matyszczyk, copyright, fair use, GeekNet, intellectual property, IP, libertarian, Luke Meredith, market-anarchism, Molly Wood, National Pork Board, NPB, property rights, Scott Kauffman, ThinkGeek.com, trademark, US
The National Pork Board is going after a website for modifying the trademarked slogan it uses to advertise a product that doesn’t exist: unicorn meat.
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Tags: 3g, Abdolmalek Rigi, Abu Zubaydah, Afghanistan, airstrikes, Al Jazeera, Alan Dershowitz, Amnesty International, Amy Goodman, Andy Worthington, Bahrain, banking, black jails, BP, Brazil, BRIC, broadband, CACI, Charles johnson, China, CIA, copyright lawsuits, corporatism, David Kravets, David Petraeus, DIA, DPRK, drones, economic sanctions, Egypt, Eli Clifton, Faisal Shahzad, FBI, Gaza, Gaza blockade, Goldman Sachs, Greece, Guantanamo Bay, Gulf oil spill, Hamid Karzai, Hosni Mubarak, human rights, immigration, indefinite detention, India, infrastructure, intellectual property, Iraq, Israel, Jason Ditz, Joe Biden, Jundallah, Justin Raimondo, Kashmir, Kathy Kelly, Leon Panetta, limited liability, Mexico, military industrial complex, munipcal bonds, NATO, Noam Chomsky, North Korea, NSA, Obama, Obama Administration, Pakistan, Paul Krugman, police brutality, privacy, public opinion, Rad Geek, Red Shirts, RIAA, Russia, San Fransisco, ShoreBank, South Korea, squatter movement, Stephen Walt, terrorism, Thai protests, Thailand, Times Square bomb, Turkey, UN, US debt, Venzuela, Vladmir Putin, WMDs, Zimbabwe
Tags: ACTA, Afghanistan, al-Qaeda, al-Qaida, Algeria, Amazon.com, anarchism, Andy Worthington, Argentina, banking, Benjamin Tucker, campaign contributions, capitalism, censorship, China, CIA, copyrights, corporatism, DC, Democrats, derivatives, DR Congo, economic crisis, economic sanctions, economy, Ecuador, FDA, Federal Reserve, France, Gaza, Gaza blockade, general strike, global bank tax, Goldman Sachs, Greece, Guantanamo Bay, hedge funds, IMF, immigration, indefinite detention, individualist anarchism, intellectual property, Iran, ISP, Israel, Israel Loby, Jeremy Scahill, Justin Raimondo, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Nakba, NAM, NATO, Nigeria, Non-Aligned Movement, Obama Administration, Pakistan, Palestinians, police brutality, Rachel Corrie, religious conflict, Ron Paul, scud missiles, Syria, Taliban, torture, Uganda, UK, voting rights bill, wage slavery
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Tags: agorism, anarchism, Andrew Hargreaves, childhood development, copyleft, copyright, Creative Commons, culture, Curriki, education, intellectual property, libertarian, liberty, market-anarchism, Moodle, mutualism, open source, open source education, Open University, software development, technology, texbooks, US, Vital, wiki, Wikibooks, Wikijunior, Wikipedia
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