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RE: [ITPOLITIK] Gør patenter letforståelige




> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kenneth Geisshirt [mailto:sslug@sslug
>
> Jeg legede djævlens advokat et øjeblik. Jeg tror at
> softwarepatentfortalerne vil bruge argumentet at det er kostbart at
> udvikle ny teknologi. Ikke at det har noget med patenter at gøre, men de
> vil bruge det til at retfærdiggøre patentsystemet overfor "alm.
> mennesker". Hvad vil du sige som modargument?
>

- at de lukkede softwarehuse jo så bare må lade være ved at udvikle noget
nyt, hvis ikke de er sikre på at de laver det bedste produkt så de kan
overleve i fri konkurrence !

Vi kan sagtens undvære de lukkede softwarehuses "udvikling" - og ihvertfald
skal samfundet ikke kompensere for deres udviklingsomkostninger, ved at gi'
dem monopol på den videre udvikling af samfundet, som det faktisk er ved at
ske.

"As noted, the most important technology for accessing and browsing the
Internet (the World Wide Web) was not invented by companies specializing in
network access. It wasn't America Online (AOL) or Compuserve. The Web was
developed by a researcher in a Swiss laboratory who first saw its potential
and then fought to bring it to fruition. Likewise, it wasn't existing e-mail
providers who came up with the idea of Web-based e-mail. That was co-created
by an immigrant to the United States from India, Sabeer Bhatia, and it gave
birth to one of the fastest growing communities in history—Hotmail.

And it wasn't traditional network providers or telephone companies that
invented the applications that enabled online chatting to take off. The
original community-based chatting service (ICQ) was the invention of an
Israeli, far from the trenches of network design. His service could explode
(and then be purchased by AOL for $400 million) only because the network was
left open for this type of innovation."

Ovenstående er citat fra
http://www.foreignpolicy.com/issue_novdec_2001/lessig.html som Mads henviste
til tidligere... og som Mads skrev: Burde læses af alle politikere...

/Erik




 
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