The papers for the Molinari Societys upcoming IP symposium at the APA are now online. (For those planning to attend, Ill announce the session location here as soon as I can wrest the information from the APAs bony fingers at registration.)
I notice that the Ayn Rand Society session at the APA is also devoted to intellectual property. So hours of libertarian IP debate await us in New York! (Well, using us loosely; something else Im committed to conflicts with the Randian meeting, so I will have to miss it. But, yknow, them us.)
Ironically, this very post announcing our panel opposing the form of censorship known as copyright has today been victimsed by the form of censorship known as copyright.