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Software Ideas Can't be Copyrighted

http://www.lockergnome.com/news/2011/12/01/software-ideas-cannot-be-copyrighted-says-eu-court-adviser/ Patents are designed to protect those who have investe...

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Tips to Best Copyright & Protect Your Artwork - Fine Art Tips With Lori McNee

Tips to Best Copyright & Protect Your Artwork - Fine Art Tips With Lori McNee | Propriedade Intelectual | Scoop.it

Art Law. It’s not really a fun topic of conversation for the average artist, but it is important. Nowadays, most artists and creatives have some kind of presence on the Internet, whether it’s through their website, blog, Facebook or other social media channels, so understanding Copyright Law is a must.


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“Law and Intellectual Property in a Stateless Society” by Stephan Kinsella


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Paulo Tomás Neves's curator insight, March 17, 2013 10:30 AM

Abstract: An ethic of self-ownership combined with Lockean homesteading of external resources provides a plausible grounding both for anarchist opposition to the state and for an attractive anarchist legal order. Such an ethic can be understood as specifying that each person prima facie has the right to control his or her own body; and that Lockean homesteading, under which the owner of any scarce resource is its first user (or his contractual transferee), should provide the basis for property rights in such previously unowned goods. Given these rules, monopoly privileges like patent and copyright (intellectual property, or IP) cannot be justified, as they infringe on self-ownership-based body-rights and/or property rights in external resources. In this article, I explain why IP rights are inconsistent with the moral grounds for a stateless society’s legal order, and speculate about the practices or laws that might prevail in the absence of IP in such a system.