Libertarian take on patents/copyright/intellectual property?
Realizing I’m not quite sure what the Libertarian stance would be. On one hand existence of copyright gives power to a state enforce, and therefore potential for lobbyists to change or abuse how copyright is handled. On the other hand it enforces someone’s autonomy over their property (intellectual property).
Any literature sources would be cool as well but I’d like to see the discussion on this
Article from r/Libertarian: For a Free Society