I completely disagree, if you introduce licenses for content providers you suddenly raise the barrier of entry. In one fell swoop you'll push yet more communities underground and inhibit those little sparks of creative which begin an explosion.
Your sentiment I do agree with and we should think of ways to introduce accountability or self policing of some kind. It is simply almost impossible to remove negative/pseudo psychotic behaviour from any corner of the web, funnily enough it is a part of freedom we have to manage. Maybe the real answer here is to work with people to mitigate the effects trolls have.
It would be nice to see a way to [easily] finely tune AdBlock to allow certain types of adverts. That way we could take the power without dwindling ad revenues.
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Born in 2005, the Infolect/TradElect was claimed by Microsoft as one of the success stories in the famous "Get the facts" campaign against Linux.
Interestingly, the London Stock Exchange website already switched from Microsoft to Linux in june. What are the facts now?"