"For the most part, FLOSS does not fight copyright law. There
are some issues, such as laws against interoperability and the DMCA
related issues (which are non-copyright laws against freedom
inserted into the copyright act), but by and large FLOSS accepts
the copyright law as it is, and tries to provide an overlay on the
law to convert it from being an unethical and inefficient system
into an efficient, more ethical one (and moreover, one which
actually helps authors, creators and the economy). Merely by
providing a viable alternative, FLOSS brings competition into the
market and thereby disciplines it."
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