Comment: And what about you arguing

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And what about you arguing

And what about you arguing for arbitrary limits on what is property? You argue against personal property rights when you make these deceptive statements.

If I can own physical land, if I can own the products of my own labor, why should I not own the product of my mind in the form of an expression of an idea? No one makes arguments for restricting the flow of ideas. No one credible, anyway. Ideas cannot be contained. The expression of ideas can and should be made commodities for the benefit of property owners. That we have come to the conclusion that these expressions of ideas should be given time limited protection increases competition and commerce.

Your arguments are nonsensical appeals to fear.