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Who’s the greatest threat to creator copyright…?

By Christopher Moore | July 4, 2008

… the we’re entitled-to-it-all-free-forever ideologues in the universities and the blogosphere? Or the publishers we have to work with?

D.B. Scott’s Canadian Magazines blog, source of the above, also notes that Toronto Life is giving up its blogs because “they weren’t drawing sufficient audiences” and advertising revenue was “less forthcoming than had been expected.” Jeez if that becomes the standard, the blogosphere is gonna shrink bigtime.

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