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Links 1 through 10 of 37 by Peter Cresswell tagged Property

“As usurpation is the exercise of power, which another hath a right to; so tyranny is the exercise of power beyond right, which no body can have a right to.”       &...

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Another great guest post here by Dale Halling, the second in a series on The Laws of Innovation.  The introduction is here. Conservation Law of Innovation:    All innovations are c...

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Pete Bethune is prepared to go to jail to save whales, but I don’t recall him or anyone else throwing acid at cattle trucks, or trying to occupy abattoirs so cows can’t be killed. He’d look a bit stup...

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Another guest post here by Dale Halling, the first in a series on The Laws of Innovation: What do we mean by innovation?  We mean the creation of something new.  Because of conservation of m...

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Those opposed to inventors keeping property in their own inventions will often be heard muttering about the destructive economic effects of so-called “patent thickets.”  The patent thickets prob...

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Guest Post here by patent attorney Dale B. Halling, from the excellent blog State of Innovation. (I highly recommend a visit.) * * * * There seems to be a lot of confusion about Ayn Rand’s position o...

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I commented on two local sites recently on the subject of copyright—a hot issue, what with the lagtest round of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) talks just having concluded in NZ.  ...

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The busybody nostrums of town planners are slowly being seen for what they are: restrictions on people's lives; an insistence that people live as planners wish them to, rather than as they might choose for themselves -- and the planners' restrictions are

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Nick Smith said National was exploring some new ideas with the development of environmental policy.Oh yes? And what, I say with trepidation, might those 'ideas' be?

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