I mentioned in an earlier post that I would revisit the issue of which presidential candidate was a “better IP” candidate.
This is that visit. It took a little time and a hurricane to get here, kind of, and of course SOPA and PIPA are not the only IP issues of concern. But this is, as I promised, something to talk about.
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Does this mean you’re pro-SOPA, Ron?
I liken this to the copyright act of 1909 … it got passed because Google didn’t exist. Today, you can crowd source opposition to any new regulation which directly effects in the internet.
Why would you think this means I’m pro-SOPA, Michael?
Dell isn’t a supporter of SOPA/PIPA. For such a “in-depth” and “pretty” poster I wonder if the rest of it accurate. Who else is misrepresented?
For such an “in depth” and “obnoxious” comment I’d think you’d cite a source for your assertion. In fact the Business Software Alliance officially withdrew their initial support in late 2011, and Dell is a member of it. But not everyone considers that withdrawal of support particularly clear. Maybe you have a better source for your statement, which I invite you to share. You don’t have to share the source for whatever else it is that’s eating you up.
It’s quite surprising that IP represents 20% of U.S. GDP. I knew it was large, but didn’t realize it’s 20% of GDP. That’s huge.
That is a surprising figure… hm…
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