[LINK] Is it unethical to infringe a patent?
Deus Ex Machina
vicc at cia.com.au
Sat Aug 19 00:03:01 EST 2006
Howard Lowndes [lannet at lannet.com.au] wrote:
> Deus Ex Machina wrote:
> >Howard Lowndes [lannet at lannet.com.au] wrote:
> >>Section 51 of the constitution also deals with just terms in relation to
> >>the acquisition of property:
> >>"(xxxi.) The acquisition of property on just terms from any State or
> >>person for any purpose in respect of which the Parliament has power to
> >>make laws"
> >doesnt make it a fallacy. another example is eminent domain that can
> >render title a
> >plaything of governments. see kelo vs city of new london.
> Eminent domain is a US stupidity which fortunately we don't have.
huh? government certainly does have the right to buy your land from you
against your will.
> the case you mention was about 2 years ago where a state or county
> council siezed land so that they could pass it onto a private company so
> that they could build on it. If you consider that the way the US
> conducts itself is the best way, then I consider that you are morally
what a stupid statement.
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