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Let’s Limit the Effect of Software Patents, Since We Can’t Eliminate Them (Wired)

Let’s Limit the Effect of Software Patents, Since We Can’t Eliminate Them (Wired)

Posted Nov 6, 2012 17:06 UTC (Tue) by nix (subscriber, #2304)
In reply to: Let’s Limit the Effect of Software Patents, Since We Can’t Eliminate Them (Wired) by Rudd-O
Parent article: Let’s Limit the Effect of Software Patents, Since We Can’t Eliminate Them (Wired)

Groveling the state to end corporations or reform corporations is *never going to work*. The state is the entity that made corporations powerful, privileged, malevolent and sociopathic institutions to begin with.
You're not aware of the existence of anti-trust laws? Reform happens, at intervals. The anti-trust laws in the US and UK are the result of the last big reform effort (or, depending on how you count, the last but one).


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Let’s Limit the Effect of Software Patents, Since We Can’t Eliminate Them (Wired)

Posted Nov 6, 2012 21:52 UTC (Tue) by Rudd-O (guest, #61155) [Link]

I'm aware of these magical papers written to allegedly "reform" the existing magical papers. It usually backfires. If you go study antitrust, you'll discover that these magical papers were written to destroy businesses that were doing very well, in order to favor the losers who couldn't compete. And these papers were sold to the public using blatant lies. That is, what you're quoting is nothing but the product of political bribery and corruption defended with lies. IOW, standard statist M.O.

And I just don't have it in me to care about the statist mythology anymore.


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