Distributing Martin Luther King's publicly made "I Have a Dream" speech deprives the copy-write holders of cash. This doesn't seem right since the speech was made in public. I am glad the young generation is standing up to the King Family!
How does one celebrate Internet Freedom Day? Fight for the Future, an advocacy group that played a key role in SOPA's defeat, is commemorating the date by uploading and sharing footage of Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous "I Have a Dream" speech.
Why is that a radical move? Footage of the speech is copyrighted by EMI, which has issued takedown notices several times after the speech has been uploaded to services such as YouTube.