November 30, 2015

The Problem with Intellectual Property

Here's the rub:
If IP rights do in fact, as I argue, pit actual property in tangible goods against rights in ideas and give partiality to innovators, inventors, artist, and writers than [sic] no amount [of] social benefit conferred by IP laws can justify them. (link)

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