Copyright is not dead yet – Microsoft
The flexibility of copyright means it is key to promoting IT in developing countries, according to Microsoft’s associate general counsel for IP policy and strategy
Jason Albert said he disagrees with opponents of copyright that argue it has become irrelevant in the digital age.
"Copyright is a very flexible tool that enables a wide variety of economic activity," he told Managing IP in an interview.
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