Category Archives: media

Corruption overflow in the policy-making environment

This post is dedicated to Lawrence Lessig as a tribute to his decision on 17 June 2007 to switch his focus from the intellectual rights environment struggles to the fight against corruption in decision-making. I am sole responsible for the contents of the post. This is an unusually long post, even by the standards of […]

DRMs and free software

Background for debatting this issue in the context of the French DADVSI law and the GNU GPL version 3 drafting process DRM stands for Digital Rights Management. Within the free software and open information communities, some have proposed to interpret the acronym as standing for Digital Restrictions Management, as to better highlight the corresponding functionality. […]