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Algorithmic Intellectual Property Rights for Traditional African Tribal Drumming with proceeds going to a corporation for African Unity
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This is a corporation for African Unity made up of experts in tradition Africsn Tribal music where many of the "ghosts" passed down through Aural tradition are hard to ascribe intellectual property rights to but are probably much older than traditional European legal notions of IPR, and more fundamental to the way the contemporary world is organized. So maybe the A in Alphabet should stand for African or Algorithmic and be on of Googles top priorities to fund the formation of a grass roots corporation for African Unity based on proceeds from a new algorithmic interpretation of rhythmic IPR.
JesusHChrist, Aug 13 2015

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       I think I just got an airport std.
absterge, Aug 13 2015

       At least it's not in other:general
normzone, Aug 13 2015

       A.I. Protested.   

       As I was reading this I said to myself - Jesus H Christ this is a mess. Then I saw the by-line.
Custardguts, Aug 13 2015

       //probably much older than traditional European legal notions of IPR//   

       In most countries, IPR of various sorts has a finite lifespan. 70 years after the death of the creator is typical.   

       Also sp,: "spleneticism"
MaxwellBuchanan, Aug 13 2015

       "Drumming: don't knock it until you've tried it."
8th of 7, Aug 13 2015

       Can we blame them for Nickelback?
RayfordSteele, Aug 14 2015


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