Common Property, Common Power on Feed 44

C4SS Feed 44 presents Grant A. Mincy‘s “Common Property, Common Power” read by James Tuttle and edited by Nick Ford.

For a society to be liberated its ideas cannot be owned. Once in the market others should be free to add their knowledge to a concept and advance its practice. This does nothing but maximize the innovative capacity of human labor.  Best practices should be free to develop. IP restricts the creative, innovative potential of the populace as these laws allow the “ownership” of information. IP laws serve to protect capital at the expense of inclined labor. Ideas are powerful and fundamental to a free society — they should not be caged by legal activism.

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