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The Church of Kopimism, a religion whose central tenet is the free sharing of information, has been formally recognized by the Swedish government.
Kopimists believe all information sharing is “holy” and that the value of information multiplies when it’s shared. They hold CTRL+C and CTRL+V, keyboard shortcuts for copying and pasting, to be sacred symbols of their religion.
Formal acknowledgment provides the Church of Kopimism, named for the Swedish word for “copy,” with legal protections under that country’s law and potential access to government-assisted funding.
Can a free internet be viewed as religion?
Sweden Recognizes File-Sharing as a Religion
The Church of Kopimism, whose central tenant is the free sharing of information, has been formally recognized by the Swedish government.
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