The copyright industry has long complained that the Internet is a lawless Wild West. In one aspect, they’re right - but in the complete opposite way than thay intended to convey.
When we send a letter in the mail, its privacy is strictly safeguarded by laws, checks, and balances. Letters can be anonymous - in fact, tipping somebody off anonymously has been a staple diet of our check-and-balance logbook. Obviously, nobody may open the letter in transit without prior and individual suspic...
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