Friday, June 15, 2007

F.U.D. from Chile

On the same day that friend and colleague Claudio Ruiz has given me an excellent t-shirt and stickers from the Creative Commons enforcement case in Chile (pictured), I have read some F.U.D. from that same country. It's amazing how some people see CC as a fundamental challenge against proprietary models and have to resort to all sort of methods to raise fear and uncertainty about its adoption.


feneuk said...

Well, for some inexplicable reason my answer to the email where the FUD in question was spammed to did not make it to the list (I sent it to two lists as the same time and that might be the problem). As you know that I am more fed up than you and I am less smart and diplomatic than you, I said in that answer that the person that wrote that was either ignorant of copyright law to the extreme or dishonest. In Argentina we use the word "cipayo", sepoy in English, who were soldiers in India that worked to the service of the Empire, even against Indian interests...

Andres Guadamuz said...

Polite? Moi?

Saludos :)