Creators Of Public-Domain Bible Threatened With Lawsuit By Other Bible’s Copyright Monopoly Holders - Falkvinge on Infopolicy

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"The Christian Bible, like any other book, is under copyright monopoly – or, to be precise, any translation of it younger than 100 years or so is under copyright monopoly, and people quoting extensively from the Christian Bible bring in big licensing money to the copyright monopoly holders. Activists decided this was not in tune with the religion and decided to create a free alternative, only to be met with a threat of lawsuit...."


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04/16/2013, 22:40

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04/16/2013, 18:40