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Monday, February 05, 2018


Jane Hill

You need to get your facts straight, its one son who controls the use of IP.

Paul Levy

Indeed. This afternoon I endured a private lecture from a young activist who told me, with an entirely straight face, that criticizing the King Estate is an example of "white privilege."

Mitch Stoltz

Cue the histrionics about how any copyright-related conduct that increases the revenue of a worthy organization can never be criticized. We saw this with the Diary of Anne Frank, as well.

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