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Tom W. Bell joins Aaron and Trevor for a discussion on intellectual property, specifically copyright law in the United States.

Hosts
Aaron Ross Powell
Director and Editor
Trevor Burrus
Research Fellow, Constitutional Studies
Guests

Prof. Tom W. Bell teaches at Chapman University School of Law, where he specializes in intellectual property and high‐​tech law. Prior to Chapman, Bell served as Director of Telecommunications and Technology Studies at the Cato Institute.

Tom W. Bell joins Aaron and Trevor for a discussion on intellectual property, specifically copyright law in the United States. Is there one libertarian stance on intellectual property?

What’s wrong with copyright law in America today? Should we even have copyright at all? And if we should, how can we make it better than it is now?

Show Notes and Further Reading

Tom W. Bell, Intellectual Privilege (book)