Thursday, September 20, 2012

Against the crisis and the rising costs: peer-to-peer school books

The Pirate Party (several regional formations) is helping the parents in the State of Spain to get access to their childrens' schoolbooks for free by means of pan-European anti-copyright cooperation, so if the State wants to interfere applying the anti-piracy laws, they won't be able to cut the source pages, which are located in other European states. 

This initiative has been named "Parents 2 parents". 

Sources: Kaos[es],[es/cat/gal]

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