Intellectual property and the intent of the founding fathers

Many feel corporations have, once again transformed the Founding Fathers’ intent on control of information and copyright, to replicate those of the Empires of Europe. Where publishing monopolies rule. This is an area where debate needs to thrive. The creative community hangs somewhere in the balance of all of this. Enjoy the listen.

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One response to “Intellectual property and the intent of the founding fathers

  1. Creative people deserve ownership over their works and that includes the right to profit from it. What makes the issue of fighting for copyright turf problematic is not that ideal at all. It’s the fact that our government, our corrupt leadership, made into law, has granted all power and control and more importantly the majority of the profit to the recording labels, film and publishing industries.

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