- Lazaros Boudakidis
IT Manager, Thessaloniki International Film Festival
Does information want to be free or does it love copyright?
From an almost no-rules status the Internet has come to be a place where copyrights seem to be taking over a significant amount of working hours even for everyday bloggers. Where is the boundary between allowing people to get credit for their work and getting hysterical over it? Why is material such as TED talks free to the world while other less significant content is protected so badly against sharing?