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Thu Mar 23 15:47:28 CET 2006

European Forum Alpbach, Sept. 1st 2000.

Thomas Jefferson, in a very different time - true - but correctly, noted  -
that "one man's knowledge does never diminish another's" - and all
intellectual property, it may be a little overstretched but there is some
food for thought there, "violates the efficiency rule [of economics]: that
price should equal marginal cost of reproduction, wich for knowledge is
nearly zero"

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