|Prof: IP law only needs tweak to encourage open standards|
|Posted by: Digg on Dec 18th, 2008 12:10 AM|
|Intellectual property and open standards are often portrayed as contradictory approaches to technology but, according to Berkeley Law professor Robert P. Merges, that isn't necessarily so. In his view, competition will solve the IP world's ills, and open standards can be encouraged with minor tweaks to existing law.
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