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Swedish File-Sharers File For Religious Status

April 17th, 2011 04:47 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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nloop writes “A group of file-sharers in Sweden have requested that their religion, Kopimism, be officially recognized in Sweden. Although this status has been denied once in the past the struggle for religious freedom from persecution continues. Aside from deeming CTRL+C CTRL+V as sacred symbols other beliefs include the flow of information being ethically right and closed source software being ‘akin to slavery.’”

Source: Swedish File-Sharers File For Religious Status

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