"Spread mankind’s good works of art and knowledge to the four corners of the world. Create and publish your own work, enjoy and share each other’s, use it, build upon it, thrive and prosper." Crosbie Fitch
I work at fuwanovel.org a site dedicated to sharing our love for Japanese adventure games. I am a member of the Pirate Party of Australia and I spend most of my time researching copyright.
"Sharing is an innate human quality. It is the way of the human species to share. There is no individual reading this now who expresses a single sophisticated thought, without it having been copied or derived from the ideas, language, methods, expressions, designs and creations of those who came before us. Our most valuable tools for survival, is our ability to copy, to create and to share, which predates the existence of copyright by at least 200,000 years. If it weren't for this ability to BUILD on existing culture, we would still be like our predecessors who communicated in grunts and groans.
Mark Twain: "The bulk of all human utterances — is plagiarism."
Beware of anyone who wants to limit your ability to copy, create or share. Any person or organization who seeks to stifle this human right is anti-human and ultimately threatens our welfare." - Aaeru
“Copyright” – i.e. deciding who can and cannot disseminate information is not only unsupported by human nature, human nature actively opposes it. Indeed we have had several million years of evolution telling us that it is a Bad Thing(TM) to not disseminate information we’ve come across. If some information is interesting, people will spread it.
You do not, can not, and never will have control over information you release where many people can see it. Not while humans remain human.
Lawrence Lessig, founder of Creative Commons