Columbia Law professor Eben Moglen believes "the bourgeoisie" -- namely, Microsoft, The Walt Disney Co., the WTO, the U.S. Congress and the European Commission -- form "an unholy alliance" controlling culture and information. And he advocates for the abolition of all IP laws. But he's no Marxist. This self-proclaimed "dotCommunist," who just happens to have some of the world's biggest tech companies paying his bills, sits at the forefront of a growing political technology movement. Its goal? Free software.
Meet the DotCommunist
IP Law & Business
February 15, 2006
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