DISCUSSION: The passage is specifically talking about links. Right now, you can link to anything you want on the web. If copyright law were “strengthened”, then you couldn’t link without permission.
So, this would be much more restrictive.
- CORRECT. See the discussion above.
- The passage actually doesn’t say which country it is talking about.
- This is a tempting trap, but the author didn’t say this. They merely said copyright law would change what is allowed. Making something illegal and setting the punishment for an illegal thing are two different topics.
So, it would be illegal to link without permission, but we don’t know what the penalties would be.
- The author didn’t mention how the law would be enforced.
- This is a question of belief. To recognize copyright laws as legitimate, you’d have to change the beliefs of the population. The author didn’t talk about doing that.
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