[oslo, norway] There is a lot we can say about the time we live in, but boring it is not. If multiculturalism is not being discussed (possibly caricatured), it is climate or China. The future is so open that we do not even understand the present as a product of the past anymore.
One of this year's major themes seems to be the copyright of intellectual property. There are many arguments for disputing classical principles here. The artists get paid, and the quality gets better when there are royalty agreements and editorials involved in the production and distribution of intellectual property. But it is not always the prevailing system that is the best.
Take Linux and Open Source for example
the movement, which represents the opposite. . .
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