n Without Prejudice - The Act and draft regulations : are they draconian? : intellectual property




The Intellectual Property Rights from Publicly Financed Research and Development Act of 2008, otherwise known as the IPR Act and its proposed Regulations, have been shrouded in much controversy. The dissidents of the IPR Act are of opinion that it, and its draft Regulations, may well stifle innovation and private investment through overzealous protection and commercialisation of intellectual property generated from publicly financed research.


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