An interesting philosophical and practical exercise in attempting to define copyright with digital data.
Monolith takes two copyrighted files, and produces a new file that contains no elements of the original files - but as long as you have one of the original files, the process is reversable to re-construct the missing file. If no element of the original digital data was present in the Mono file, copyright cannot apply to the Mono file.
- Wed, 7th Jun 2006 at 18:06 UTC
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