Open Seeds: Biopiracy and the Patenting of Life
2012 02 27

James Corbett and Vandana Shiva | GlobalResearch.ca



"As the world begins to digest the implications of intellectual property for online censorship, another IP issue threatens an even more fundamental part of our daily lives: our food supply. Backed by legal precedent and armed with seemingly inexhaustible lobbying funds, a handful of multinationals are attempting to use patents on life itself to monopolize the biosphere."


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