So apparently there’s this guy named Cory Doctrow who writes a lot about copyright?
Seriously Doctrow’s submission is fascinating reading as you would expect from a man whose introduction requires four paragraphs just to broach the governing bodies, institutions, universities, and organizations he’s lectured on copyright at.
Biggest shock in the article?
(boingboing.net) is a daily blog with more than 3,000,000 regular unique readers. It is a profitable business based on the creation and dissemination of copyrighted works, and it is hosted on Canadian servers at 151 Front Street in Toronto.
Really nice datacenter, but expensive.
(H/T some guy named Michael Geist)