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[InetBib] BBC4 Thinking Allowed on Intellectual Piracy, new book

TA17Feb10: Intellectual Piracy
Duration: 29 mins

Disputes about piracy are often seen as a product of the Internet age
but a new analysis claims a history going back to the advent of print
culture in the 15th century. Adrian Johns talks about his new book
'Piracy: The Intellectual Property Wars from Gutenburg to Gates'. He
tells Laurie Taylor how piracy spread the ideals of the Enlightenment
and has been the engine of innovation as often as its enemy. Also,
Helena Webb discusses her study on the morality of obesity.

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