The Internet has reversed the assumption that justified copyright

When the copyright monopoly was reinstated in 1710, the justification was that of publishing being many orders of magnitude more expensive than authoring, and so without it, nothing would get published. But the Internet has reversed this assumption completely.

Source: The Internet has reversed the assumption that justified copyright

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