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Monday, 6 December 2004


The IPKat received this manifesto today from a friendly correspondent and reader, on behalf of the Libre Society. According to the covering email,

"we thought you might like to read our manifesto which offers a very different interpretation of Intellectual Property and its effects".
To be honest, the IPKat's not sure what the manifesto's about; his disoriented friend Merpel isn't even sure which way up it goes. The Libre Society's home page is however a good deal clearer and more direct:
"Libre Society is an assemblage of the creative multitude who are concerned with exploring the intersections between critical thought, technology, art and transformative practice. The Libre Society provides a shared socio-technical field for artistic, cultural, intellectual and political production that is free for use and reuse (copyleft)".
Copyleft here, here and here

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