This week on Good, Bad, or Bull$#*! Beau, Michael, and Crofton debaterize (patent pending) the subject of patents! Is the human concept of patenting ideas, inventions and processes an efficient way to protect the rights of inventors and reward innovators who change humanity, or does the idea of “ownership” of inventions, ideas and processes stifle innovation in the long run as large corporations buy and sit on the right to utilize processes and ideas that they hold exclusive rights to in our society?
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