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Stephen Yagielowicz:The scent of muddled mint filled the air as Mojitos mixed with marketing in the Miami moonlight — accompanied by strains of hard rock ...
Kim Airs:Look over your shoulder. The sextoys are coming! The sextoys are coming! Many of us in the adult industry already know that several kinds of...
Diane Duke:Attorney Karen Tynan and Kink.com director Princess Donna at the state capitol This morning in Sacram...
Lawrence Walters:Iceland recently made headlines with the latest project on its allegedly progressive agenda: a nation-wide ban on pornography. No stra...
Joe D:You know I’m often writing about emerging markets and other regional revenue opportunities, especially as regards local alternative pa...
Blame it on mainstreamâ€™s newfound love affair with all things adult, or the simple fact that people are living longer and want to extend their sex lives well into the golden years. Whatever the reason, sexual enhancement products are fast becoming the next wave of pleasure products right behind the recent explosion of sex toys.
It is axiomatic that not all knowledge is obvious; in commerce, just as much as in science, information, know-how, and the means and methods by which results are achieved are often the result of extensive work, creative thought, insightful analysis, and laborious trial and error. There would be little incentive in commerce to drive the progress by which information is expensively acquired if it could not be protected: Knowledge itself is powerfully valuable. As important as copyrights and patents are, they do not and were never intended to protect any and all human discoveries. Where the protection of creative works by public copyright law ends, where the protection of inventions by public patent law ends, what remains is the private right to condition disclosure of confidential information by way of enforceable contracts that limit the further disclosure of the information. You might imagine a hypothetical world without enforceable Nondisclosure agreements â€” but it would be a world that would so discourage the disclosure of confidential information that progress and growth would be practically impossible, with all the risk of loss on those whose work is creative and valuable, but which falls outside those copyright and patent protections.
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