posted on Aug, 23 2012 @ 06:25 AM
This is very good news for corporations. Means they profit on the expense of others. I mean, even more so. The way of capitalism is to maximise
profits by all means available to them, and this is just making things easier.
It could be said that so much could be accomplished, if people were not so concerned about who gets the credit, but to prohibit the creator's ability
to use their own idea? Going too far. It means that canny profiteers can not only capitalise upon the work of others to even greater extent, but also
drive them out of any opportunity to make profit themselves, and thereby cut down the competition before it even starts.
What will this mean for people wishing to discuss ideas in public space? Will they be forced underground in order to protect themselves? And if they
are forced underground, then external ouput will be limited to a far smaller pool of innovative contribution, which will be hindrance to progress. So
innovation is reigned in check even tighter by the greedy hands of profiteers.
This is why I dislike capitalism.