Education, opportunity or propaganda?

Doesn’t take much to read between the lines in MSN’s Thought Thieves short film competition, produced in conjunction with Film Education, an organisation I now propose we rename the Ministry for Public Enlightenment and Film.

Instead of producing films examining IP theft, I urge everyone to submit Creative Commons licensed entries, using Creative Commons licensed materials, that explore the way that the commons enriches our creative and artistic lives.

(Oh, and I know that would grossly contravene their T&Cs, but what the hell, we should do it anyway.)

One thought on “Education, opportunity or propaganda?

  1. Suw

    Does this mean that IP Theft is considered a Thought Crime by Microsoft?

    Just a thought … oops.

    Keitaro

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