BITCOIN Hidden Market?

Posted by Cyberbear on January 2, 2014 in Computer Crimes, Internet, Legislation, Open Source, Tech News |

Posted by:  Forencia Todaro   Bitcoin is the P2P electronic money and payment network, which offers the “advantage” of no controls; but does really work like that? The online currency is enjoying a record on her value; it recently reached the price of gold. The benefits for illegal markets started to be in discussion.  The […]

How Do You Compete With Free?

Posted by Cyberbear on December 3, 2013 in Computer Software, Copyright Law, Intellectual Property, Open Source |

Posted by:  Taylor Durbin   Linux is a free open source operating system that is controlled by the General Public Lease (“GPL”). This lease allows for the creation of derivative works stemming from the core coding of Linux as long as it remains free. The GPL allows people and companies to charge for installation and […]

The Rise of Open Source and Copyleft

Posted by Cyberbear on November 19, 2013 in Computer Software, Copyright Law, Open Source |

Posted by: Lauren Proper   Free markets are generally accepted as providing the greatest opportunity for consumers of goods to obtain the best quality for the lowest prices. A free market economy is not without its flaws, however. The idealistic economic philosophy first propagated by Adam Smith’s “Wealth of Nations” has proven more theoretically appealing […]

What Copyright is left in Copyleft?

Posted by Cyberbear on November 17, 2013 in Computer Software, Copyright Law, Intellectual Property, Open Source |

Posted by: Daniela Madrid     An author of an original expression of work is granted many rights in his or her work through the federal Copyright Act of 1976. The author is granted many exclusive rights such as the right to sell, distribute, display, and perform. The author also controls any derivative work. The author […]

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