[pp.int.general] where is the manifesto?
david.arcos at gmail.com
Tue Dec 30 12:54:36 CET 2008
On Tue, Dec 30, 2008 at 12:51 PM, Reinier Bakels <r.bakels at pr.unimaas.nl>wrote:
> Reinier Bakels wrote:
> Aah: this is just about property, not about intellectual property. It is
> (as I explained before) about the interface between aopyright etc. and
> private law. Such a provision moreor less states the obvious.
> Wrong. It is about *intellectual pro...whatever*, visit the link<http://noticias.juridicas.com/base_datos/Privado/cc.l2t4.html#c3>!
> look at the chapter's name ("*Chapter III. On intellectual property*")!
> Such a provisions attempted (and attempt) to equate author's rights to some
> sort of property since XIXth century.
> You learn slowly. Copyright is (indeed) considered as a property right -
> but not in the French revolution sense, but in the Rome law sense. You are
> mistaken by at least 1500 years.
Please, don't use red in your responses, it's very uncomfortable to read.
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