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Published on Mar 12, 2011
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Quotation, or the use of fragments from a work, must be defended in all cases as a vehicle for democratic development in the information society. The right to quote must be allowed whenever the work in question has already been made public in advance, whether it is quoted for educational or scientific reasons, or for purely informational, creative or any other purposes. Prior authorization from the copyright holder should not be necessary for the reproduction of published works, provided that said reproduction is for private use, either individual or collective, or to be shared between peers, and as long as no profit is obtained There should be no requirement to seek an authors permission for the reproduction or dissemination of artistic, scientific or technical works that have already been presented publicly, when the purpose is educational, scientific, informational, satirical or incidental to the principal creative objective, as long there is attribution and all moral rights are respected. Legal Demands, paragraph A Rights in a Digital Context, of the Charter for Innovation, Creativity and Access to Knowledge: http://fcforum.net/ We should protect our right to share, to quote and to create links in a world of autonomous and interconnected individuals