IP Theft Report Offers Over-the-Top Solutions

, Corporate Counsel


It isn't very surprising that a report released by the Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property estimates annual losses resulting from such theft total more than $300 billion a year. What is surprising, though, are some of the solutions proposed.

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  • Jonathan

    Well looky there! It's another government committee or "advisory group" overstating a benign, routine problem as an existential threat, and demanding that the only way to fight [crime, terrorism, savagery] is to become a [criminal, terrorist, savage].

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