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Some people may object to the term "content" because of the aforementioned connotations. This may likely include artists, musician, and so forth, people who may be much more comfortable calling their works "expressions". The primary problem with this term is that it has a clear political meaning, which may lead to confusion.
 
Some people may object to the term "content" because of the aforementioned connotations. This may likely include artists, musician, and so forth, people who may be much more comfortable calling their works "expressions". The primary problem with this term is that it has a clear political meaning, which may lead to confusion.
 
Another problem is that it seems to imply "free expression of ideas". Which is not what we are caring about: we are caring about the concrete forms created by human beings. It's the forms and their users that are ultimately free, not their authors (of course, they will be free as a side effect too, as participants in creative communities and as recipients of other free creations).
 
  
 
== Conclusion ==
 
== Conclusion ==

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