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The future control of food

The often confusing, murky world of intellectual property (IP) rights - for example, patents, plant breeders' rights, trademarks and copyrights - are all, according to Geoff Tansey and Tasmin Rajotte, legal symbols of control. When combined with myriad international regulations that enforce them, IP represents a formidable obstacle to future food security.
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