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[^freebeer]: "Libre como un libertad de expresión, no como en cerveza
libre"

[^1]: Va una nota al pie acá
[^1]: This argument has been taken one step further by libertarian critics
of intellectual property. Instead of talking about ”intellectual
property”, they promote the derogative term “intellectual monopoly”. The
case against property rights can thus be refashioned as an attack on
state regulations and market distortions (Boldrin and Levine 2008). This
line of argument is underpinned by the old libertarian fallacy that
private property and markets can exist independently of the state and
its legal powers.

[^1]: Este argumento ha sido llevado un paso más allá por los críticos
_libertarian_ de la propiedad intelectual. En lugar de hablar sobre
"propiedad intelectual", promueven el término derogativo "monopolio
intelectual". El caso contra los derechos de propiedad pueden entonces
reciclarse como un ataque a las regulaciones estatales y las
distorsiones del mercado [@boldrin-levine-2008]. Esta línea
argumentativa es apuntalada por la vieja falacia libertaria que la
propiedad privada y los mercados pueden existir independientemente del
Estado y sus poderes legales.


[^geek]: Geek es el fanático de la tecnología.
@@ -1483,6 +1500,3 @@ Terranova, Tiziana. 2000. Free Labour. Producing Culture for the Digital Economy
Virno, Paolo. 1996. Notes on the General Intellect. In Marxism Beyond Marxism, edited by Saree Makdisi, Cesare Casarino, and Rebecca E. Karl, 265-272. London: Routledge.
Xenos, Nicholas. 1989. Scarcity and Modernity. London: Routledge.


1) This argument has been taken one step further by libertarian critics of intellectual property. Instead of talking about ”intellectual property”, they promote the derogative term “intellectual monopoly”. The case against property rights can thus be refashioned as an attack on state regulations and market distortions (Boldrin and Levine 2008). This line of argument is underpinned by the old libertarian fallacy that private property and markets can exist independently of the state and its legal powers.

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