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It hinders the development and accessibility of culture.
98% of commercially produced intellectual property is out of print and therefore lost to the culture that produced it.
It threatens a mass extinction of our cultural memory and traditions.
It fails to appropriately support the artist.
With a reduction of overhead to produce physical copies, the artists should reap a higher percentage of profits in the new digital paradigm.
It acts against artists' autonomy
Labels consider the artists a profit stream and routinely squelch creativity in order to maintain mass market appeal.
The current market reinforces a relationship to the artist that is commodified rather than active, stifling human potential and diminishing the quality of life in our societies.
Constitutionally considered theft.