In a panel titled “Intellectual Property and the Digital Economy” at the 10th Conference on Computers, Freedom, and Privacy, April 5-6 in Toronto, a group of intellectual property experts discussed the expansion of legal protections in a number of branches of IP law and how these expanding legal frameworks may have an ironically negative impact on speech and commerce in the global Internet environment.


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