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Subjectright (S), a reciprocal to Copyright (C) PDF Print
a blog*on*nymity ID TRAIL MIX by James Fung, Steve Mann and Kyle Amon

This article presents the argument that any debate about copyright is inherently unbalanced, because it preferentially considers the right of a source entity, without equal regard to the right of a destination entity. Accordingly, we propose the concept of Subjectright, i.e. recipient rights, as a reciprocal to copyright.

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