The Korea Herald 15.4.2018 “Policymakers should work to expand public domain in IP”

by | Apr 17, 2018 | Intellectual Property, ON in Media | 0 comments

Contrary to the widespread belief that they safeguard creators and promote innovation, intellectual property rights often act as legal partitions that intensify market monopoly and deter the proliferation of knowledge, according to an expert in information disclosure and intellectual property.

“There is this myth that the reinforcement of exclusive IP rights will encourage and empower inventors and creators,” Nam Hee-sob, patent attorney and director of Open Net Korea and president of Knowledge Commune, told The Korea Herald in an interview.


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