Secrets stolen? No, just the intellectual property

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World Intellectual Property Day (April 26 of each year) came and went; pundits and politicians all made their statements, countries and their counsels all presented their positions, international organizations implored their members to protect intellectual property and the creativity and innovation represented.

All focused on the eventuality of having intellectual property universally protected. They set themselves a most honorable goal, indeed, perhaps a seemingly lofty goal.With such a serious message, it was humorous to note that a recent book I co-authored has been illegally uploaded and available ...

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