The intent of this post, as others I have written on this important topic, is to put forth rational-logical arguments to advance, not encroach upon…the… Read More
Intellectual Property Rights
Elevated reliance on – initiatives to finance ‘indigenous innovation’ can be…all-be-it probably short lived, a potential upside to the imposition of tariffs. But, for those… Read More
Recently, I re-read a paper titled ‘Rationale For Economic Espionage’…in light of the anticipated sanctions imposed on China for theft of U.S. intellectual property. … Read More
Intellectual property (rights) are not new concepts to Islamic rule of law. In fact, some IPR’s are strengthened by Islamic law, while others were never explicitly formulated (as law), instead, they evolved as accepted social-business norms.
evolved as accepted social-business norms.
Intangible assets are seldom fully renewable resources once risks or threats have materialized.
Governments’ desire to engage in more consistently potent legal prosecutions to ‘deter’ economic (cyber) espionage are challenged by existing international laws on espionage.