Monday July 22, 2013

Finland Writes History With Crowdsourced Copyright Law

A copyright law drafted by the people, for the people and voted on by their elected officials? What madness is this? The next thing you know, they are going to want artists fairly compensated while cutting the fat cats out of the loop. wink

One of the submitted proposals, which calls for a fairer copyright law, just reached its goal one day before the voting deadline. This makes Finland the first country in the world in which legislators will vote on a copyright law that was drafted by citizens.

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