San Diego Law Review

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Digital Copyright Conference


This Article explores the potential conflict between intellectual property and free speech, looking closely at Richard Epstein's paper entitled Liberty versus Property: Understanding the Foundations of Copyright Law. This Article defends Professor Epstein's basic argument, that IP and physical property are essentially linked, and further explores how the linkage relates to some obvious differences between the legal regimes for tangible and intangible property.

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