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Fairly Used Against Themselves

January 9, 2010

Copyright requires a limiting principle such as fair use because one has to be free to use a target’s own pitárd to hoist them up just right and expose all their hypocritical self-righteousness.

In a similar manner, Google Suggest had always been a good indicator of the world’s zeitgeist.  Until of course, things start to get tense politically, and then it actively censors itself.

Really, really disappointing, Google (if smart from a litigant’s perspective).  Really, the marketplace of ideas is the sustainable way of dealing with the problem.  In case of excessive or dangerous clichés, one can always just use the following:

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