The right to have Ted Nelsons transclusion instead of copy&paste
suggested by Milan2014-06-16
Milan: "Transclusion is a simple scheme which allows us to cite, paraphrase any bit of content from anywhere on the web without actually copying it.
Tranclusion is such a concept which has long promised to revolutionise the way people share content on the world wide web. The quoted text will link back to its original source and the link address never changes.
The web in a way is broken by severe content duplication. No wonder that Google has been tweaking its search algorithms so often -- the series of changes starting with Hummingbird have been aimed at cleaning the "cut-and-paste" mess.
The idea of Transclusion can end this mess. Content need not be duplicated. As long as the originator of the content can assure that it never moves from its place (the link), people can link to the document while relevant portions showing up on their own pages." by Prashanth Hebbar