Microsoft takes on the free world (cont.) – May 28, 2007
When it comes to software patents, though, Moglen thinks that’s exactly the goal to be achieved. “The free world says that software is the embodiment of knowledge about technology, which needs to be free in the same way that mathematics is free,” he says. “Everybody is allowed to know as much of it as he wants, regardless of whether he can pay for it, and everybody can contribute and everybody can share.
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