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New @IPilogue Post: ‘Intellectual Property, Politicians, and the Press: Who’s Protecting the Public Good?’

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“It’s hardly surprising that politicians and members of the press often find themselves at odds with one another, as the two have a long history of conflicting priorities and mandates. Yet the two entities occupy complementary and at times oppositional roles in serving the public good. The recent debate surrounding leaked information about possible copyright reforms brings this tension to the surface. It also raises the question of who is left to serve the public interest when politicians and the Press openly conflict.”

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