The opposite of copyrights. Redistribute and copy what you will. If anyone wants to make improvements, amendments, alternations, changes...call them what you will... they are utterly free to do so. But, the user cannot restrict access to the base material of the changes they've made.
The fundamental problem is that copyright pretends that information is property.
- Ian Clarke, developer of Freenet
by bemushroomed1 July 30, 2004

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