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I replied on my site, pasting below:

Thanks for reading. Fair enough, there are other questions I could delve into on the topic but when writing this I wanted to keep it to the most simple and basic issues, which is essentially the question you stated above. I plan to write more about this in the future, but had to cut myself off on this particular article since it was getting lengthy.

I think your question is a good one and gets to the heart of how the question of IP ties into libertarianism / the non-aggression principle. As you said, it does come back to defining property? Can "access" to a formula be property then? If that formula came from the labor of the mind of its producer?

I don't know the answer, but I think it's the most important question in this discussion.

Appreciate your comments.
*Advancing the Ideas of Liberty Daily*