• Ting Yu

    Ting Yu is a Boston-area freelance writer and editor. Profile

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There is 1 comment on How Copyrights, Patents, and Trademarks May Stifle Creativity and Progress

  1. Who would dream of allowing copyright profits by anyone who used a group of words from the dictionary? Yet, allowing musicians to copyright musical notes is much the same thing.

    It would not take long until all words and all notes would be used by so many focused on making music, or writing articles, lyrics, or books.

    Not logical for a world of so many creative people. Why stifle creativity?

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