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Intellectual Freedom and Learning versus Patent and Copyright

2010 Students For Liberty -Texas Regional ConferenceAs noted in my post Kinsella Speech at Students for Liberty – Texas Conference (Austin), on “Intellectual Freedom vs Patent and Copyright”, last month I delivered the speech “Intellectual Freedom and Learning versus Patent and Copyright,” for the 2010 Students For Liberty Texas Regional Conference, University of Texas, Austin.

As noted on the website of the Foundation for a Free Society, the video of my talk is now available. See below. Here is the audio file.

Update: here is an edited transcription: Kinsella, “Intellectual Freedom and Learning Versus Patent and Copyright,” Economic Notes No. 113 (Libertarian Alliance, Jan. 18, 2011) [The Libertarian Standard version]

(Youtube version 2 with improved audio.)

Update: podcast version: KOL062 | “Intellectual Freedom and Learning versus Patent and Copyright” (2010)

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