Snowden has deliberately murdered over a hundred informants.
Source? (And no, lack of evidence is not evidence)
1. Crucially, they didn't remove infringing material when put on notice. Instead, they just removed particular specified URLs.
Not all links are infringing, though. For example, imagine that if every time a video on Youtube got a take down notice, Youtube removed all copies of that video. How many official (and therefore non-infringing) videos would get removed?
It would be rather perverse if doing data de-duplication on identical files made someone guilty of contributory copyright infringement, given that the result would be fewer existing copies of the data than otherwise.
I am pretty sure that it isn't really a thing.
All of us anarcho-capitalists beg to differ.
Really. It is just putting together two opposite meaning words
Anarchy is categorized by a lack of rulers\the state. Capitalism is a system whereby the means of production are privately owned. There is no inherent contradiction.
Libertarianism fundamentally believes in government
Other than all those libertarians that don't fundamentally believe in government, you mean.
"Well I don't see why I have to make one man miserable when I can make so many men happy." -- Ellyn Mustard, about marriage