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To the slammer for streaming a U-tube video

Can you actually go to prison for streaming a YouTube video? I’ll have the answer to that later this afternoon (Thursday) when I talk to law professor Michael Carrier. Carrier’s a noted authority on intellectual property and antitrust laws. Professor Carrier’s the author of the book “Innovation for the 21st Century and I’ll be talking with the Prof this afternoon at 4:35 on the Puffman Show. This “intellectual property” deal, is also known as IP and in recent years, innovation has been threatened by the United States legal system according to Carrier. I believe that this is one of the few times that the word “intellectual” has been used in the same sentence with the Puffman Show! Professor Carrier also promises to reveal why leading pharmaceutical corporations pay huge sums to generic drug companies NOT to bring their drugs to market and that is something that affects many of us. Hope you can tune in this afternoon.

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