National Wildlife Federation Admits Piracy and Pays $350,000
For Copyright Infringement News
Release - March 2, 2005
The National Wildlife Federation has admitted
to pirating the copyrighted work, The First Forest, by childrens book author John Gile and has paid $350,000.00
to terminate civil copyright litigation in Federal Court.
Courts Put Napster in Line with Copyright Law
Business and Private Property Rights - By Raymond J.
Keating, Chief Economist, Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Council, Washington, D.C. and Columnist, Newsday, Long
Island, New York; Eleventh Annual National Conference on Private
Property Rights (PRFA, Albany, N.Y., October 13, 2007)
Local zoning often is a tool of special interests to force
small businesses to give up. Government uses its power of eminent
domain for economic development for well-financed entities at
the expense of small business. During the past 100 years, government
has lost respect for private property owners when developing
sports stadiums, which used to fit around private property. In
addition, it should be more recognized that intellectual private
property rights protect the interests of small businesses, not
just big pharma.
Private Property Rights Under International Assault
- By Lawrence A. Kogan, Esq., Institute for Trade, Standards
and Sustainable Development, Presented at the Tenth Annual National
Conference on Private Property Rights, Albany, New York, October
14, 2006, sponsored by the Property Rights Foundation of America
Left-leaning foreign governments, activists and academics
are waging a campaign against the American free market, private
property, and science and economics-based regulatory systems.
The non-scientific Precautionary Principle, which has assumed
regulatory status in Europe, means banning whole classes of products,
substances and activities from entering the marketplace if it
is merely possible, absent any scientific risk analysis, that
they or the processes used for their manufacture might cause
uncertain health or environmental harm sometime in the future.
Copyright Defense against the National Wildlife Federation-By
John C. Gile, Author and Publisher, Rockford, Illinois. Speech
to the Ninth Annual National Conference on Private Property Rights
(PRFA, Albany, N.Y., October 22, 2005)
The National Wildlife Federation pirated John C. Giles
copyrighted childrens book, The First Forest, and
distributed it to 547,000 homes, libraries, and schools. Remember,
copyright, intellectual property, is the driving force for our
nations economy, said John Gile, who
is seeking Justice Department prosecution of criminal violations
of the Constitutions copyright provision.