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Comment: Re:Obviously (Score 1) 410

by Drew Sullivan (#39174763) Attached to: Open Letter By Eric S. Raymond To Chris Dodd

If they want to call it Intellectual Property then have it taxed like
property. Donâ(TM)t want to pay the tax, then it becomes property of the
government which would make it fall into the public domain. Have the owner declare the value. The higher the value the higher the taxes. Have âoetheftâ values limited to a percentage of the value declared. Have an online site with all âoeCopyrightâ information escrowed. No item filed, no copyright. Makes everything easy to check and verify.

Please note, make a clam something is your when it is not, then that is a fraud. If a corporation make a fraudulent claim then the directors are liable for fraud and should be jailed for it.

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