Thursday, May 17, 2007

Here's a fairly in-depth discussion of intellectual property that makes some sense of a very complex issue. It's essentially an expanded version of my shorter discussion a few days ago that made the point that, contrary to another argument I linked, the essential nature of intellectual property isn't its "scarcity (or lack thereof) but rather the fact that it must be produced by someone. I covered it in more detail in the comments.

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