Freedom of Expression and Morality Based Impediments to the Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights

Freedom of Expression and Morality Based Impediments to the Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights

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In the case of intellectual property rights (IPRs), some nations erect barriers to the protection of IPRs on the basis of “morality.” This paper will examine the implications of morality-based impediments to the enforcement of IPRs and their supportability under international agreements.

There are significant freedom of expression issues to consider when we think about “morality” getting in the way of intellectual property rights.

If that description doesn’t make you run to download it, it manages to include an academic discussion of “Cumfiesta”, “Screw You”, “Nut Sack Ale”, and Japanese porn being stolen in Taiwan. Beat that.

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