Complete Liberty Podcast
Show that promotes total respect for self-ownership, property rights, and personal choice--amidst the authoritarian/obedience-oriented political and psychological memes in American culture (and elsewhere). Basically, governments and all they entail are the problem, not the solution. Voluntarism (or market anarchism, or anarcho-capitalism) and customary law principles, in accordance with reason and dignity, spell the solution.

Goldman Sachs seeks Goldman sucks site suit by Austin Modine
further reading...Goldman Sachs in Talks to Acquire Treasury Department
and...Wallstrip - Goldman Sachs (GS)
Peter McCandless interview with Daniel Lakemacher - 11/07/2009: Hrs. 1,2,3
and Larken Rose interviews Satan
Maintaining a trademark registration -
further reading...
Legal Questions : What Does a Trademark Protect?
"Trademark rights" are in the land of the arbitrary, i.e., they are contradictory
Trademark blog -
Trademark Ain't So Hot Either... by Stephen Kinsella
If governmental services are so important and valuable to people, then why do they have to be forcibly imposed and funded?
"Public goods" and "free rider" arguments are fallacious, being based on a coercive and collectivistic (i.e., non-property rights) framework
Trademark "law" doesn't really deal with the main issue of customers being defrauded
Trademark and Fraud by Stephan Kinsella
Against Libertarian Legalism: A comment on Kinsella and Block by Frank van Dun
Reply To Van Dun: Non-Aggression And Title Transfer by N. Stephan Kinsella
People with the same name don't sue each other, unless they're trying to use each other's property, so why do identical trademark holders? Trademark "law" is really about excluding competition in the marketplace
Facebook Sues German Social Network StudiVZ by Nik Cubrilovic
Adobe Target FreshAIRapps Officially Moves to a New Home by Paul Glazowski
Apple wins copyright infringement case against Psystar in California by Nilay Patel
Slashdot Apple Story | Psystar Crushed In Court
Think of a new name for iPodderX
Customer preferences in the marketplace place a check on company naming confusion and encourage differentiation
Government and various IP laws are merely a bunch of protection rackets, gaining an unfair advantage through the initiation of force
Monster Cable's Monstrous Abuse of Trademark Law
The Scariest Monster of All Sues for Trademark Infringement by Steve Stecklow
Trademark lawyers are out of their mind by Christian Zimmermann
Perhaps the biggest barrier to the dissolution of "government" in general and "IP laws" in particular is people's projection of fears from having no "authority" ruling over your/their decisions
Train Operators Around The World Stopping Others From Helping Riders... Due To Intellectual Property by Mike Masnick
TOSBack | GoDaddy Trademark and/or Copyright Infringement Policy
Hypocritical Apple (Trademark) by Stephan Kinsella
Complete Liberty IP Chapter:
audio version:
Caveat emptor (buyer beware) tends to bolster responsible choices -
But instances of fraud can be made known quickly in a marketplace with Internet technologies
further viewing...Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google discusses Intellectual Property -
interesting admission..."From a Google perspective, intellectual property rights are fundamental to how we the company wouldn't exist without basic intellectual property rights."
Thanks to Ian Freeman for posting this - New FREE Audiobook: "Complete Liberty" or
bumper music "Dem a Fraud" by Ras Indio

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