[pp.int.general] WIPO DG mentions Pirate Party in speech to Blue Sky conference
rms at gnu.org
Mon Mar 7 12:09:09 CET 2011
With intellectual property this is not the case. Many companies have
huge portfolios of intellectual property (often different kinds
combined, although we are seeing concentrations of specific intellectual
properties in specific industrial branches). The reason for this is,
that individually those intellectual properties are worthless: they
can't be valued. We do not know their exact worth in this moment.
I believe what you say about them, but why should these details
of some business's legal tactics matter to us?
I don't actually know how though. TherÃ©s no legislation coming up in EU
and most of this is regulated by contract law.
Contract law is not one of the laws sometimes referred to as
Dr Richard Stallman
President, Free Software Foundation
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Boston MA 02110
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