Welfare offer bet365?apk 2019_Welfare offer safest online gambling sites_bet 365?live?scores https://www.google.com//bfd/2323/intellectual-property-does-not-exist/ ACCESS ALL AREAS Mon, 20 Feb 2017 01:08:11 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.9 By: Simon Whttps://www.google.com//bfd/2323/intellectual-property-does-not-exist/comment-page-1/#comment-462037 Mon, 20 Feb 2017 01:08:11 +0000 /bfd/?p=2323#comment-462037 In our present coercive society the current system of protection is in itself coercive.
In a more laissez faire society such violent measures would not be required.
Protection of my output could be agreed peacefully and respectfully. examples might include organised boycotting, public shaming and defamation. and integrity points system awarded to companies who observe high moral values.
Industry would soon come around to treating artists and designers (and every one else for that matter) with the respect and value that their portion of work would deserve.

By: CounterClckWisehttps://www.google.com//bfd/2323/intellectual-property-does-not-exist/comment-page-1/#comment-3571 Wed, 23 Sep 2009 20:26:07 +0000 /bfd/?p=2323#comment-3571 Neil, thanks for the link to your intellectual property argument. I find it unconvincing. Very quickly here, and later I’ll post a link to a more substantial counterpoint.

It is true that people are willing to pay money for ideas but that does not mean they are conceding any rights to what goes on in their own minds (including reproducing ideas or using them to improve on others). Second, I don’t think demanding exclusivity to ideas is the only way to monetize them, as many companies are now proving.

Best regards to you.

By: stpeterhttps://www.google.com//bfd/2323/intellectual-property-does-not-exist/comment-page-1/#comment-2672 Thu, 18 Jun 2009 15:10:33 +0000 /bfd/?p=2323#comment-2672 Yum, cookies!

But seriously, ownership of ideas or information or patterns is a difficult issue. After long reflection I’ve concluded that such ownership is impossible, but I can see why smart, creative, liberty-minded folks like J. Neil Schulman have concluded otherwise. Further ammunition here: online casinoshttp://me.stpeter.im/essays/publicdomain.html and online casinoshttp://me.stpeter.im/essays/whatiscopyright.html

By: Sunnihttps://www.google.com//bfd/2323/intellectual-property-does-not-exist/comment-page-1/#comment-2666 Wed, 17 Jun 2009 15:04:25 +0000 /bfd/?p=2323#comment-2666 JPFO was—and I hope still is—selling two gun-shaped cookie cutters at Goody Guns.

Nicely done, Mike.

By: Mr X from Planet Xhttps://www.google.com//bfd/2323/intellectual-property-does-not-exist/comment-page-1/#comment-2664 Wed, 17 Jun 2009 13:03:31 +0000 /bfd/?p=2323#comment-2664 eBay was sued because someone claimed the had a patent on the idea to have an online auction. The law should really be changed to protect actual implementation, but not ideas.

A company should also not be able to buy a patent in order to suppress it. Perhaps a company should have to show they are implementing a patent, and if they don’t bring that product to market within two years, it should be open to the public.

A company buying a patent to suppress a technology, and then the government protecting that patent, is an example of how government colludes with corporations, restricting innovation and the freedom of the general public.

By: J. Neil Schulmanhttps://www.google.com//bfd/2323/intellectual-property-does-not-exist/comment-page-1/#comment-2661 Wed, 17 Jun 2009 11:05:14 +0000 /bfd/?p=2323#comment-2661 Mike,

I answered your objections to ownership of information years ago in my article “Informational Property: Logorights” at http://www.pulpless.com/bp21samp/logorite.html


By: FURBjrhttps://www.google.com//bfd/2323/intellectual-property-does-not-exist/comment-page-1/#comment-2660 Wed, 17 Jun 2009 08:32:27 +0000 /bfd/?p=2323#comment-2660 I think idea about infinitely replicabability is key to the whole subject of copyright. You may have a potato, and you may replicate said potato, presumably infinitely, but you have to produce that potato with your own green thumb. You can’t just replicate a potato with a click of a mouse. A potato is not an idea, but an physical entity. You can design a potato, and then the designs are an idea, which could be infinitely replicatable, and the design would be your idea, not your property.

By: Arto Bendikenhttps://www.google.com//bfd/2323/intellectual-property-does-not-exist/comment-page-1/#comment-2659 Wed, 17 Jun 2009 07:54:52 +0000 /bfd/?p=2323#comment-2659 I’ve included some useful anti-copyright resources at online casinos, particularly a link to The Promise of a Post-Copyright World.

Nice job on the access agreement, btw ??