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Shifting from brick and mortar commerce to electronic commerce

Work in progress, sources to be cited. Technology dramatically changes markets.  It could be considered both the cause and the effect of economic activity, including recessions.  From the agricultural revolution to the industrial revolution and now the information revolution, business … Continue reading

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A libertarian take on human rights and intellectual property

Disclaimer: This essay is an intellectual assessment of legislation and judicial decision-making to date from an equal-opportunity competitive point of view, originally written on February 13, 2010. The author’s current opinion would apply a more pragmatic take on human rights … Continue reading

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Dealing with intellectual property is expensive – for everyone

A work in progress. Whether protecting works or trying to defend oneself from infringement proceedings, dealing with intellectual property is expensive for all parties involved.  The legal advice, the filing procedures involved, and the potential court expenses all factor into … Continue reading

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Intellectual property legislation from around the world

A work in progress, works cited under development. This article takes a brief overview of the various legislation implemented around the world to protect and to benefit rights holders and to hold accountable rights infringers of intellectual property.  The legislation … Continue reading

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