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Re: "Piracy" Laws a Waste. I'm sure libertarians allow voluntary sharing..
Reply #50 - Nov 10th, 2019 at 2:47pm
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kaz wrote on Nov 10th, 2019 at 11:16am:
So you need government permission to NOT get copyright, trademark and patent protection for your ideas.  Got it.

I think that was Alayne's point.
  

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Reply #51 - Nov 10th, 2019 at 4:52pm
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Voluntarily registering works as copylefted and registering marks and inventions as public marks or as public patents, so that they can all be shared negotiationally, can prevent them from being copyrighted/trademarked/servicemarked/patented by others that, in future times, get those ideas.
  
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Reply #52 - Nov 10th, 2019 at 5:00pm
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AlayneLeung wrote on Nov 10th, 2019 at 4:52pm:
Voluntarily registering works as copylefted and registering marks and inventions as public marks or as public patents, so that they can all be shared negotiationally, can prevent them from being copyrighted/trademarked/servicemarked/patented by others that, in future times, get those ideas.
That's insane.
  

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Reply #53 - Nov 12th, 2019 at 1:41pm
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Jeff, I didn't mean all beings would be required to voluntarily have their works copylefted and their marks publicly marked and their inventions publicly patented.  What I meant was that only beings, that knowingly and willfully voluntarily chose to have their works copylefted or publicly marked or publicly patented (maybe for good karma or getting into Heaven easier and that's her or his First Amendment right) , could be allowed to do so to prevent other beings from later on: copyrighting or trademarking/servicemarking or privately patenting.
  
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Reply #54 - Nov 15th, 2019 at 5:47pm
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Also, let's remember that Benjamin Franklin never patented all of his inventions, so thumbs up to that, and so maybe a return to Constitutional Government would require less copyrighting and less trademarking and less servicemarking and less patenting for private gain because of the distress of having to cope with psychic sensing of theoretical possible infringements.
  
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Reply #55 - Nov 15th, 2019 at 6:23pm
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AlayneLeung wrote on Nov 15th, 2019 at 5:47pm:
Also, let's remember that Benjamin Franklin never patented all of his inventions...
He didn't patent any of them. It helped that he was already rich and had many other ways to make lots of money.
  

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Reply #56 - Nov 15th, 2019 at 6:30pm
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AlayneLeung wrote on Nov 15th, 2019 at 5:47pm:
...the distress of having to cope with psychic sensing of theoretical possible infringements.
Psychic distress is real all right, it will cripple you if you let it.

Psychoactive drugs are said to relieve it.

A psychiatrist can prescribe some for you (after consulting with your psychologist one would hope...),  to be sure they agreed on which mental disorder you have, for sure... Then they'll know the most likely drug to cure you and will have you try it first to see what happens. Smiley

Edit: Be aware, before going to them, that they might prescribe a horse as the best solution...

Can you deal with a horse, or do you think a bit of psychic distress might be better? Easier anyway...
  

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Fees for registrations of left/mod/right registrations
Reply #57 - Nov 20th, 2019 at 8:33pm
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1, so what should be the fees for searches and registrations for beings that want their works or marks or inventions in the public realm? 

Remember, duplicates of them won't be sold for money like copyrighted works or trademarked/servicemarked or patented inventions are. 

2, perhaps requiring yearly business expense tax deductible reregistration fees and no more than (or no less than, depending on how public law is made) than zero dollars and zero cents for total of said fees to prevent negative taxation) for reregistrations of copyrighted works or trademarked/servicemarked or patented inventions?

3, What about "modifications" registration fees and search fees, and of a "copymod" office and marksmod office and patent mod office?  How would all that be accomplished?
  
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Piracy" Laws a Waste: ideas for fees of copyleft & copyright registrat
Reply #58 - Nov 25th, 2019 at 7:13pm
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1. A fee, for registration of copylefted work, could perhaps be equal to its total number of ASCII characters divided by 2,000 (to a minimum copyrighted registration fee of one penny for 2,00 or less ASCII characters) .

2. A fee, for registration of copyrighted work, could perhaps be equal to its total number of ASCII characters divided by 500 (to a minimum copyrighted registration fee of one penny for 500 or less ASCII characters) .  Basically appearing letter(s) and basically appearing number(s) may not be and never will be copyrighted nor trademarked nor servicemarked nor patented by themselve(s) to provide for public usage of said basically appearing letter(s) and basically said appearing number(s) , and that's basically to allow public usage of alphabet letter(s) and of Romanized number(s) and of Arabic number(s) .

3.  What about registrations with copymod office?

4.  What about for pixels of drawings or diagrams or paintings or sculptures?
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Re: "Piracy" Laws a Waste
Reply #59 - Nov 25th, 2019 at 10:14pm
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AlayneLeung wrote on Nov 15th, 2019 at 5:47pm:
Also, let's remember that Benjamin Franklin never patented all of his inventions, so thumbs up to that, and so maybe a return to Constitutional Government would require less copyrighting and less trademarking and less servicemarking and less patenting for private gain because of the distress of having to cope with psychic sensing of theoretical possible infringements.


Libertarians will never give up intellectual property because:

1) First and foremost, intellectual property actually is property, so when you steal it, it's theft.
2) IP benefits businesses.
  

This moral relativism of yours is exactly what lets government take this freedom, then that freedom, until we have lost them all.
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