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Kinsella Interview on Apple v. Samsung Patent Wars: Austrian AV Club—Mises Institute Canada

I was interviewed a couple nights ago by Redmond Weissenberger, Director of the Ludwig von Mises Institute of Canada. We discussed the Apple v. Samsung patent decision and related matters. In Part 2, we discussed a variety of matters related to intellectual property, including Steve Jobs and Ayn Rand, Quentin Tarantino, China, J.K. Rowling and the Soviet Union.

For background on some of the issues discussed, see my posts:

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  • Thom August 27, 2012, 1:14 pm

    Great talk Stephan. There was a fair amount of discussion on software, and copyrights that protect them. Curious as to your thoughts on the use of DRM, which seems like an obvious fit when discussing highly valued software, such as the mentioned Solid Works. Just thought I throw it out there as another option of “projecting” a software sale (both for seller and buyer) without necessarily needing copyright.

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