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Bogus Bundling: Copyright vs technology property

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Published on Jul 9, 2012

Ideas discussed:

When you buy a computer bundled with software, and the manufacturer doesn't want you to change that software, did you agree to that when you purchased?

Would we accept this type of bundle in any other aspect of our lives?

When you buy a home, is it a bundle that you aren't allowed to change without permission of the builder? Should you have to get permission and make a payment to paint the walls, add a deck, or change the windows?

Some suggest that a waiver of copyright is bundled with making a work available online. Is this a bundle that should just be accepted: that it isn't possible to publish a work online where certain rights are granted, but other rights are reserved?

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