Digital Goods and Intellectual Property

By Oliver Damian

In this video, I talk about how digital goods (bits) differ from physical goods (atoms) and why it is difficult to apply intellectual property law to bits. Not only are bits non-exclusive, and non-rival but a producer of digital content also relies on existing digital content to create new content.

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Digital Goods and Intellectual Property