Wednesday, 3 June 2015

Talking intellectual property

It's long and it's not perfect, but this interview with occasional NOT PC guest poster Dale Halling is a fascinating ramble around some of the thornier and least understood elements of patent law, copyright and the validity of intellectual property -- the key to which (as with all property) is not whether or not something tangible is produced, but whether or not a new value is brought into the world...

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