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The economic right to one’s creations is a human right?

The economic right to one’s creations is a human right?

A Washington intellectual property law firm has started a first-of-its-kind practice that combines the tenets of human rights and intellectual property law.  As The Washington Post reports, “the pro bono practice aims to use patent and copyright laws to help indigenous groups in developing countries protect and leverage their right to native or regional intellectual property.”

 

Hilda Lui