Slate’s rundown of other magazines indicates an interesting article will be in the Sunday NYTimes Magazine: The End of Intellectual Property? – How Chinese piracy is threatening international copyright laws
An article documents the ways that widespread pirating and counterfeiting in China will change the world’s intellectual property market in the coming decades. Untroubled by intermittent and ineffective patent enforcement, Chinese “reverse engineers” dissect imported products–drugs, electronics, even heavy industrial equipment–to find a way to produce identical, and more cheaply produced, Chinese equivalents. Such “entrepreneurs”‘ may ultimately render international copyright protection functionally obsolete.
And what about when they decide *not* to include the DRM tech?
Later: here’s the link – Manufaketure