Alex Hudson wrote:
> So I would suggest that the only people who have any figures worth
> looking at are the ones spending money on IP processes, and doing the
> big money deals: no-one else is really going to track this kind of
> economic impact, but the pro-IP lobby will have plenty of "£X invested
> with IP protection, £(X*Y) generated as outcome" as case studies at the
> very least. So there's probably going to be good evidence in one
> direction, and virtually none in the other.
Do you think there's an opportunity to point out these defects of the
evidence call in a way that could be included?
Given that the pro-IP lobby will submit stuff anyway, is there much
damage in responding with whatever we do have?