Friday, September 21, 2012

HBL-A0058 - Ownership of Intellectual Property

...be it resolved that:

patents and Web Domains may not be sold or bartered;

the intent of such property rights is to provide the original creator with control over his intellectual work. In patent cases that person is the only one eligible to receive due compensation for his work. In Web Domain cases, there are usually many valid uses for the same domain at the same time. When an original user no longer requires that name it must be forfieted into the wild for others who are just as worthy to use it to have a chance;