Mine All Mine

Chris Ledgard looks at the global war between the defenders of intellectual property and those determined to share it.

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20080225"Chris Ledgard looks at the global war between the defenders of intellectual property and those determined to share it.

1/5. My Idea

Most scientists and inventors want to protect their work with patents, filing hundreds of thousands every year. But without patents could the world have cheaper healthcare and more efficient cars?"

20080225Chris Ledgard looks at the global war between the defenders of intellectual property and those determined to share it.

1/5. My Idea

Most scientists and inventors want to protect their work with patents, filing hundreds of thousands every year. But without patents could the world have cheaper healthcare and more efficient cars?

20080225Chris Ledgard looks at the global war between the defenders of intellectual property and those determined to share it.

1/5. My Idea

Most scientists and inventors want to protect their work with patents, filing hundreds of thousands every year. But without patents could the world have cheaper healthcare and more efficient cars?

Followed by News.

20080226"Chris Ledgard looks at the global war between the defenders of intellectual property and those determined to share it.

2/5. My Name

Trademarks have to be protected, but should anyone be allowed to trademark a colour or a phrase? And is it really a sin to buy a fake Rolex watch?"

20080226Chris Ledgard looks at the global war between the defenders of intellectual property and those determined to share it.

2/5. My Name

Trademarks have to be protected, but should anyone be allowed to trademark a colour or a phrase? And is it really a sin to buy a fake Rolex watch?

20080226Chris Ledgard looks at the global war between the defenders of intellectual property and those determined to share it.

2/5. My Name

Trademarks have to be protected, but should anyone be allowed to trademark a colour or a phrase? And is it really a sin to buy a fake Rolex watch?

Followed by News.

20080227"Chris Ledgard looks at the global war between the defenders of intellectual property and those determined to share it.

3/5. My Music

The music industry has been revolutionised by the internet explosion. With free music available online, why should anyone pay for it?"

20080227Chris Ledgard looks at the global war between the defenders of intellectual property and those determined to share it.

3/5. My Music

The music industry has been revolutionised by the internet explosion. With free music available online, why should anyone pay for it?

20080227Chris Ledgard looks at the global war between the defenders of intellectual property and those determined to share it.

3/5. My Music

The music industry has been revolutionised by the internet explosion. With free music available online, why should anyone pay for it?

Followed by News.

20080228"Chris Ledgard looks at the global war between the defenders of intellectual property and those determined to share it.

4/5. My Pictures

Anyone with a broadband computer can now download and watch virtually any movie free of charge. This is illegal, but the chances of being prosecuted are close to zero. Some consider this the death of an industry, but others call it healthy anarchy."

20080228Chris Ledgard looks at the global war between the defenders of intellectual property and those determined to share it.

4/5. My Pictures

Anyone with a broadband computer can now download and watch virtually any movie free of charge. This is illegal, but the chances of being prosecuted are close to zero. Some consider this the death of an industry, but others call it healthy anarchy.

20080228Chris Ledgard looks at the global war between the defenders of intellectual property and those determined to share it.

4/5. My Pictures

Anyone with a broadband computer can now download and watch virtually any movie free of charge. This is illegal, but the chances of being prosecuted are close to zero. Some consider this the death of an industry, but others call it healthy anarchy.

Followed by News.

20080229"Chris Ledgard looks at the global war between the defenders of intellectual property and those determined to share it.

5/5. My Words

Plagiarism has become a nightmare for teachers, publishers and journalists. Anyone from a lowly GCSE student to a high-profile writer can easily copy a chunk of text from a website, and it is equally easy to catch someone doing so. But there are those who defend the free exchange of other people's words as a basic liberty."

20080229Chris Ledgard looks at the global war between the defenders of intellectual property and those determined to share it.

5/5. My Words

Plagiarism has become a nightmare for teachers, publishers and journalists. Anyone from a lowly GCSE student to a high-profile writer can easily copy a chunk of text from a website, and it is equally easy to catch someone doing so. But there are those who defend the free exchange of other people's words as a basic liberty.

20080229Chris Ledgard looks at the global war between the defenders of intellectual property and those determined to share it.

5/5. My Words

Plagiarism has become a nightmare for teachers, publishers and journalists. Anyone from a lowly GCSE student to a high-profile writer can easily copy a chunk of text from a website, and it is equally easy to catch someone doing so. But there are those who defend the free exchange of other people's words as a basic liberty.

Followed by News.

01My Idea20080225"Most scientists and inventors want to protect their work with patents, filing hundreds of thousands every year. But without patents could the world have cheaper healthcare and more efficient cars?"
01My Idea20080225Most scientists and inventors want to protect their work with patents, filing hundreds of thousands every year. But without patents could the world have cheaper healthcare and more efficient cars?
02My Name20080226"Trademarks have to be protected, but should anyone be allowed to trademark a colour or a phrase? And is it really a sin to buy a fake Rolex watch?"
02My Name20080226Trademarks have to be protected, but should anyone be allowed to trademark a colour or a phrase? And is it really a sin to buy a fake Rolex watch?
03My Music20080227"The music industry has been revolutionised by the internet explosion. With free music available online, why should anyone pay for it?"
03My Music20080227The music industry has been revolutionised by the internet explosion. With free music available online, why should anyone pay for it?
04My Pictures20080228"Anyone with a broadband computer can now download and watch virtually any movie free of charge. This is illegal, but the chances of being prosecuted are close to zero. Some consider this the death of an industry, but others call it healthy anarchy."
04My Pictures20080228Anyone with a broadband computer can now download and watch virtually any movie free of charge. This is illegal, but the chances of being prosecuted are close to zero. Some consider this the death of an industry, but others call it healthy anarchy.
05 LASTMy Words20080229"Plagiarism has become a nightmare for teachers, publishers and journalists. Anyone from a lowly GCSE student to a high-profile writer can easily copy a chunk of text from a website, and it is equally easy to catch someone doing so. But there are those who defend the free exchange of other people's words as a basic liberty."
05 LASTMy Words20080229Plagiarism has become a nightmare for teachers, publishers and journalists. Anyone from a lowly GCSE student to a high-profile writer can easily copy a chunk of text from a website, and it is equally easy to catch someone doing so. But there are those who defend the free exchange of other people's words as a basic liberty.