Intellectual property

    About trends, dissent, opinions, information, and intellectual property rights.

    Opinion cannot be mine. Opinion appears upon receipt of information. Information cannot be absolute i.e. exclusive, axiom. Information is based on opinion. In this case, the opinion cannot be also an axiom, because information and opinions are based on each other. Any information considering that it is an axiom should be perceived only as a personal opinion. And personal opinion cannot be an axiom. Therefore, there can be no action justified from the point of view of exceptional correctness and stability. Any information is based only on generally accepted social logic.
    From birth, the individual receives an opinion on the account of some information. But with the receipt of information, the opinion changes. Since eternal times, man was born with his own opinion. Suppose he doesn't like a tomato. And if they say to him that the tomato is very tasty, then soon the person himself believes in it. But on the other hand, he himself can spread this opinion and will tell everyone that tomatoes are terribly not tasty. And that person will perceive the tomato as not tasty.
    That is, without receiving information about something, we can draw up our personal opinion on the basis of some subject and it will be our opinion.
    But having received information from someone, we will do things, think, create on the basis of other people's information, and this opinion will no longer be ours.
    And finally, so as not to bore you with an example of imposing an opinion on the right to intellectual property, on the right to read - Read .

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