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Die, Substitution Studies, Die II: Well, OK, Maybe Some Should Live

Let’s return to the arcane but, for IP debates, important subject of substitution studies, which try to clarify the extent to which piracy substitutes for or displaces legal sales.  We’ve argued that the media ecology has become so complicated that … Continue reading

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The European Strategy: Send Money to the US

(this is now Part Un, Part Deux is here) So a lot is going on in the EU on the intellectual property front these days!  Let’s run down the past six weeks or so. Our last post was about the … Continue reading

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UK Gov’s IP Report Recommends Cutting Lobbynomists’ Jobs

Readers are beginning to unpack the ’Hargreaves Review‘ — the UK government-commissioned study on the relationship between intellectual property and growth.  For good summaries, see Jamie Boyle (Boyle was one of the advisors for the study) or Mike Masnick. I’ll skip … Continue reading

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