[Ip-health] [A2k] WTO TRIPS Council: Intervention of India on Article 66.2
Michael H Davis
m.davis at csuohio.edu
Mon Oct 14 07:48:17 PDT 2013
There are, in my opinion, two things that are desperately needed to ward off the very worst of IP consequences (all of it is bad but some are worse than others). First, repeal TRIPS. Second, repeal Bayh-Dole. The notion, according to you, that they are expanding internationally is too discouraging to ponder. Bayh Dole was truly a fraud on the public. Now it is becoming a fraud on the world.
Seth Johnson <seth.p.johnson at gmail.com> wrote:
I suspect that I'm right, and India and other developing countries
should be leery of rationalizing this approach to things.
I think it's time for the A2K folks to take a new look at things with
reference to the World Summit for the Information Society, and how
telecom policy is developing. You may be seeing more from me on this
On Fri, Oct 11, 2013 at 9:38 AM, Seth Johnson <seth.p.johnson at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Thiru and list:
> Is this "technology transfer" like that for research at
> publicly-funded institutions?
> I'm seeing similar language in ITU resolutions -- plus signs that the
> idea is like the Bayh-Dole getup.
> If so, isn't it important for some countries to withstand the notion
> of privatizing publicly funded research? We're seeing a lot of bad
> consequences of the erosion of the notion of "public fruits" that
> derives from Bayh-Dole in the US.
> On Fri, Oct 11, 2013 at 8:24 AM, Thiru Balasubramaniam
> <thiru at keionline.org> wrote:
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