Category Archives: Free Culture

time to fight back

I’ve had it. I’m sick of region encoding on DVDs and video games. I’m sick of crippled (‘copy-protected’) audio CDs. I’m sick of DRM’d music. I’m sick of the fact that I can’t legally use the DVDs I purchased on … Continue reading

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Go Pearl Jam!

Pearl Jam have just released their new video under an attribution, non commercial, no derivatives Creative Commons license. You can download it from Google Video. It plays fine with Mplayer. According to this Google blog post, the free download is … Continue reading

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