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PUBLIC MARKS from bader with tags politique & article

June 2007

Ni Putes Ni Soumises : un appareil idéologique d'Etat - Mouvements

Coupée du terrain, sans base sociale réelle, politiquement opportuniste mais "bon client" médiatique, l’association présidée par Fadela Amara a gagné sa reconnaissance institutionnelle en produisant un discours stigmatisant des banlieues et de leurs habitants. par Stéphanie Marteau et Pascale Tournier.

May 2007

Socialisme et collectivisation [Jean-Peierre Airut]

Socialisme et collectivisation : sur quelques paradoxes et ambiguïtés de la critique marxienne de la « propriété bourgeoise »

November 2006

Freeing the Mind : Free Software and the Death of Proprietary Culture

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Eben Moglen is professor of law at Columbia University Law School. He serves without fee as General Counsel of the Free Software Foundation. You can read more of his writing at These remarks were the keynote address at the University of Maine Law School's Fourth Annual Technology and Law Conference, Portland, Maine, June 29, 2003.

Le Manifeste du Point-Communiste - Eben Moglen

Un spectre hante le capitalisme international - le spectre de la libre information. Toutes les puissances de la "globalisation" ont conclu une alliance bien peu sacrée afin de l'exorciser : Microsoft et Disney, l'Organisation Mondiale du Commerce, le Congrès des Etats-Unis et la Commission Européenne.

October 2006

What's wrong with software patents? | Free Software Magazine

The simple question “what’s wrong with software patents?” stirs up controversy and divides the IT industry into two camps like no other. Every group has their own ideology about software patents. Those who don’t like them claim that they are anti-competitive, that they are tools used by industry giants to crush free and open software, that they are bad for innovation, that they are monopolies, etc. Those who like them claim that they are simply units of intellectual property, to be traded like any other commodity.

Free / Open Source Research Community (Online Papers)

In the spirit of free and open source software (F/OSS), we are attempting to establish a community in which information will be freely exchanged, so that we may further the understanding of open source and its implications outside the realm of software development. We invite researchers to post their papers on open source and free software here, and to add themselves to the research directory, so that our community can become steadily larger and more comprehensive.