Wikipedia, Google, Facebook: Imagine a World with Respect for Intellectual and Creative Property Rights

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Wholesale theft has been a widely-rationalized right of the cheap, lazy, and generally bewildered since the web’s inception. Strong action against online piracy is long overdue, and the Stop Online Piracy Act is the justified legal reaction caused by the failure of on-line services to take responsibility for their peddling stolen goods. Zealots seeing no other way besides theft to get knowledge, have likely as well never considered supporting local public libraries. And with ultimate hypocrisy, Wikipedia now reveals its true understanding of who controls everything the public gave it for freeā€”themselves!

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