The Pirate's Dilemma
How Youth Culture Is Reinventing CapitalismBook - 2008
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Pirates improve the market system rather than destroying it. They appropriate culture so they can improve upon it. The reason they exist is "the establishment" is always trying to over-exploit every innovation by restricting access with inflated prices. The result is that they make more money but slow down cultural progress. Pirates want to "set culture free" so that anyone and everyone can both appreciate it and improve it. Pirates simply try to "level the cultural playing field" and make cultural production and consumption fair to all, both the poor and the rich, both the powerless and the powerful. More power to pirates!
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