- uploaded: Aug 19, 2012
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The computer world is divided in two confronting camps with two totally different philosophies. On the one side are companies that sell programs to make money. On the other are people who believe software must be totally free. Generally paid software dominates, so why don't more people go for the free alternative? And what does that mean for intellectual property? We're asking one of the leaders of the free software movement, programmer-turned-philosopher Richard Stallman.