In his opening keynote at Linuxworld, Stanford law professor Lawrence Lessig described the "read-write culture", which revolves around user generated content.
The issue is that current copyright law is restricting user generated content. We therefore need a grassroots revolution to shake up the status quo, and as open source developers already have gone through this experience with Linux are in the perfect position to deliver this shake-up.
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