Whilst I'm yet to dive into reading about intellectual property law, let me take a swing at this.
This blog was made with the intention of being a catalogue of notes on my many fleeting academic interests. In light of this, information presented in articles may not be cited or sourced at times. This is typically because the information is so prevalent and disseminated in the relevant academic field, that referencing specific sources would solely be a display of ostensible academic value. Academic value isn't what we're about here. Just fun facts about stuff you may not know, that might make you wanna Google some more info.
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