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kopimi (copyme), symbol showing that you want to be copied. use kopimi in your own fancy. kopimi may be put on homepages or blogs, in books, in software, as sound logos in music or whatever. 1. copy one of these kopimi symbols, or make up your own 2. put it on a homepage 3. link the logotype to: www.kopimi.com/kopimi

Open source religion Yoism symbol Open-source religions attempt to employ open-source methodologies in the creation of religious belief systems.[1] They develop their systems of beliefs through a continuous process of refinement and dialogue among the believers themselves. In comparison to traditional religions – which are considered authoritarian, hierarchical, and change-resistant – they emphasize participation, self-determination, decentralization, and evolution. Among the first examples of this movement, Yoans (followers of a religion called Yoism,[2] founded 1994) claim that their version of open source religion does not have allegiance to any spiritual guide, rather the sense of authority emerges from the group via consensus.[1][3][4] Yoism combines rational inquiry, empiricism,[5] and science with Spinozan or Einsteinian pantheism[6][7] using a model inspired by open source software, specifically Linux. Another example is Open Source Religion, founded by Sidian M.S. References[edit] Evan (May 2008).

Copyheart.org Norvège: à qui appartient le manifeste d'Anders Behring Breivik? Juste avant son attentat à la bombe, Anders Behring Breivik a posté (ou fait poster) «2083 – A European Declaration of Independence», un document manifeste de 1.500 pages, comprenant entre autres son journal de bord qui détaille par le menu le plan de préparation des attentats du 22 juillet sur Oslo et l’île d’Utoya. Depuis, ce pavé a été relayé, notamment dans un Google Doc accessible publiquement, et de nombreux sites ont fait des liens sur ce document ou l’ont reproduit. publicité À qui appartient ce manifeste, et peut-on le diffuser? Breivik a renoncé à ses droits… Peu importe le contexte, Anders Behring Breivik conserve ses droits d’auteur. Dans son introduction, il affirme ainsi: «Le contenu du manuel appartient réellement à tous, et il est libre d’être distribué de toutes les manières et sous toutes les formes. Avant de préciser: «La propriété intellectuelle de ce manuel appartient à tous les Européens parmi le monde européen et il peut être distribué et traduit sans limites.»

Konomark - a new way to be friendly with your intellectual property Au nom du peer, du file et du saint partage Gloire à Dieu ! Ou, plutôt, gloire au partage de fichiers ! La Missionary Church of Kopimism a annoncé fièrement en début de semaine avoir été reconnue par l’état suédois. Leur principe de foi est simple mais un peu particulier. Pour eux, comme l’expliquent les deux leaders Isak Gerson et Gustav Nipe , «l'information est sacrée et la copie est un sacrement. L'information possède une valeur en soi et en ce qu’elle contient et celle-ci se multiplie à travers l'acte de la copie. Les avantages de cette nouvelle reconnaissance semblent être évidents: se protéger d’éventuelles poursuites à la limite mais surtout pouvoir justifier philosophiquement, à travers la liberté de culte, de la distribution de fichiers entre les membres de cette église. Rick Falkvinge, le fondateur du Parti pirate suédois qui est entré récemment au parlement, s’est réjouit de cette nouvelle et a voulu mettre en garde les internautes : «ce n’est pas une blaque. (...) Lire les réactions à cet article. Quentin GIRARD

Supreme Court rules Congress can re-copyright public domain works Congress may take books, musical compositions and other works out of the public domain, where they can be freely used and adapted, and grant them copyright status again, the Supreme Court ruled Wednesday. In a 6-2 ruling, the court ruled that just because material enters the public domain, it is not “territory that works may never exit.” (PDF) The top court was ruling on a petition by a group of orchestra conductors, educators, performers, publishers and film archivists who urged the justices to reverse an appellate court that ruled against the group, which has relied on artistic works in the public domain for their livelihoods. They claimed that re-copyrighting public works would breach the speech rights of those who are now using those works without needing a license. There are millions of decades-old works at issue. The court, however, was sympathetic to the plaintiffs’ argument. It’s not the first time the Supreme Court has approved the extension of copyrights.

Desert_de_sel : #CopyleftMadness RT @frama... How to Licenses Art Work Rock Star Artist or nOOb fresh out of art school and your art is wack, losing its viral flav’ because people don’t want any IP popos chasing them down while remixin it? Ok.. cool. Let me help you. Step 1: Make dope artStep 2: Pick a License for your new dope art and download your Liscense icons hereStep 3: Put your newly FAT Licen$ed art up on Twitter and Everywhere elseStep 4: Your art has total cred. FOR EXAMPLE: I’mma Let You Finish ok but here’s how it works– lets say you wantta make art that gets you mad cred, but not for big companies,. but say ShareAlike so everyone all over this small small world after all can be remixin’ it? but yeah, we know what’s coming, Possible Example Question from your lawyer: Dear Fat Lab, What’s the Fine Print? Because we know you bitches like to read, we got ALL of that up in here for you… [ Copyrap Attitude ] Preamble AKA Wrote us a Manual AKA Introducin’ It Definitions AKA da 411 1.

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