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August 17, 2017, 08:12:29 PM
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Intellectual ownership rights registration through the blockchain - is it of any actual legal force?

There are currently a number of platforms helping protect the intellectual ownership rights to works of art. The issue is as ancient as art itself, as there have always been cases of theft and piracy. The other question is whether those projects are really able to protect authors against piracy or plagiarism by, for example, serving as evidence in court.

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December 22, 2017, 11:30:40 AM
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This one is best: udiar.io

▬▬▬▬▬▬► U D I A R  ◄▬▬▬▬▬▬
║▬ Blockchain-based marketplace of intellectual property turnover ▬║
► Whitepaper   ► Announcement    ► Slack
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December 22, 2017, 12:22:06 PM
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this sort of thing is so, so pointless


Blockchain tech will do precisely nothing to help enforce copyright legislation, it's just an expensive way to administer a database that's now pretty trustworthy anyway (blockchains work best for abstract data where a centralised administrator of the database is prone to corruption, i.e. money and banks are a perfect use-case for blockchains).

Maybe this type of system could be useful to prove attribution of work. Copying copyrighted material might not be considered wrong in the 21st century, but plagiarism remains unethical. However, plagiarists have a problem in the 21st century: it's too easy to discover plagiarists in the internet age, everyone has the tools they need to research attribution when all easily plagiarised work comes from digital sources to begin with. A blockchain might make the research easier and more definitive (depending on how common the use of such a blockchain would be), but it's really no different from the copyright registration use-case: an expensive way to do something that isn't difficult to do already. A solution looking for a problem.

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