Bill: Intellectual Property Protection Act
Votes: This is an ordinary bill. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.
Voting deadline: April 4269
|An act to protect intellectual property rights|
Proposal[?] to change The government's stance on the source code of software.
Old value:: The government requires that all source be opened.
Current: The government allows both open and closed source software.
Proposed: The government allows both open and closed source software.
Proposal[?] to change Protection of original works of technology and arts.
Old value:: Works of techology and art have limited copy protection.
Current: Works of technology and art are protected by copyright.
Proposed: Works of technology and art are protected by copyright.
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|Random fact: In Culturally Protected nations, special care must be taken to ensure realism is maintained when role-playing a government controlled by an ethnic and/or religious minority. If it is to be supposed that this government is supported by a majority of the population, then this should be plausibly and sufficiently role-played. The burden of proof is on the player or players role-playing such a regime to demonstrate that it is being done realistically|
|Random quote: “Liberty can only derive from natural law, and natural law is a comprehensive, god-given system that humanity is not entitled to alter or adjust according to short-lived trends or crazes, like homosexuality.” � Dr. Francesca dos Santos, Dranish politician and Health Minister|