Guest post by Isaac Morehouse.
When children play with Legos, violence sometimes ensues.
“He knocked down my tower!”
“Only because she built it to look exactly like the one I made, and that’s not fair. I made mine first!”
All the parents I’ve ever met handle this situation by pointing out to the aggressor that it is perfectly acceptable for other kids to build things that mimic his own creations; in fact, he should feel honored!
But let’s visit a household wherein the parents are strict advocates and respecters of intellectual property.
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