Does Ron Paul Own His Name?WendyMcElroy.com
Feb. 13, 2013
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Amidst all the flap about Ron Paul trying to take control of ronpaul.com through the ICANN dispute resolution procedures, an interesting argument has surfaced: namely, that Ron Paul's name is his "intellectual property," and he is within his (natural, libertarian) rights to control its use.