Another in the series of interviews on the Renegade Economists radio show (Australia), a wide ranging analysis of the advantages to wealth that money print…
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Kinsella, Intellectual Property and Libertarianism 2009
Industry insiders provide their insight on the convergence of entertainment and technology.
The vast majority of Australia’s Indigenous languages – some 250 are estimated to have existed at the time British colonisation – are no longer in use.
Now, the Australian government is being pushed to revalue Indigenous languages in a call for the payment of compensation for language loss, to be put towards increased funding for language revitalisation, with the claim that the loss of language is more detrimental than the loss of land.
Ghil’ad Zuckermann, Professor of Linguistics and Endangered Languages, The University of Adelaide, South Australia.
Professor Ghil’ad Zuckermann’s website (http://www.zuckermann.org/)
Article ‘Stop, Revive, Survive’, written by Ghil’ad Zuckermann & Michael Walsh, 2011; published in the ‘Australian Journal of Linguistics’ (31: 111-127) (http://www.zuckermann.org/pdf/Revival_Linguistics.pdf)
The Mobile Language Team website (http://www.mobilelanguageteam.com.au/)
An outline of Indigenous Languages Support by the Australian federal government (http://arts.gov.au/sites/default/files/indigenous/ils/ils-factsheet.pdf)
Christopher Sprigman, professor of law at the University of Virginia discusses his forthcoming book, The Knockoff Economy: How Imitation sparks Innovation, co-authored with Kal Raustiala. The book is an accessible look at how industries that are not generally protected
/* Michael Weinberg, staff attorney with Public Knowledge, discusses his white paper entitled, It Will Be Awesome If They Don’t Screw This Up: 3D Printing, Intellectual Property, and the Fight Over the Next Great Disruptive Technology. The discussion begins
Kinsella Intellectual Property discussion on Freedomain Radio Book Club, with Stefan Molyneux, Mar. 20, 2010
From March 15, 2010: “Freedomain Radio #1616: “Stephan Kinsella on Intellectual Property”: “This is a Freedomain Radio book club discussion of one of Stephan’s most popular books: ‘Against Intellectual Property’”
Kinsella Intellectual Property discussion on Freedomain Radio Book Club. We did this yesterday, Mar. 20, 2010. It was about an hour and was a nice, intelligent discussion of IP and related libertarian issues.
Author’s Forum: Property, Freedom and Society, Austrian Scholars Conference (March 11, 2010)
I spoke earlier this month (March 2010) at the Austrian Scholars Conference 2010 on the Author’s Forum about Property, Freedom and Society: Essays in Honor of Hans-Hermann Hoppe (Mar. 11, 2010). The audio and video files are here; the YouTube below.
I was interviewed yesterday by Mark Edge, as part of his “Edgington Post Interview Series,” for his Free Talk Live radio show, about my Mises Daily article, “Reducing the Cost of IP Law.” The interview is lasts about 35 minutes, and starts at 2:02:36 in the Jan. 20, 2010 show (MP3). Edge conducted an excellent interview–very informed and interesting. And, like many others, he’s come around to the anti-IP position.
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