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Takuya Murata made some changes, saying tweak intro; see and fix if you think you need

Takuya, a couple of points on this change:

  1. Under what circumstances do you suggest that an "organization" (other than a state) can grant an exclusive right? The closest thing I can think of is an international organiztion, such as WIPO or the WTO, doing this; but they don't really do it. They require states to provide the exclusive right.
I think you are talking about only exclusive rights granted by the state but there are certainly a lot of other exclusive rights, particularly in bussiness. For example, you can get an exclusive right to interview with some important person. -- Taku 18:11 May 5, 2003 (UTC)
Hmmm. Rights like this are created by private contract (which, again, is enforced by the state :). Also, they are limited in their enforceability to the person who originally granted the right. If I agree to be interviewed exclusively by Bob, and then I break the contract by granting an interview to Alice, then Bob can only prosecute me; he has no claim against Alice (unless she has engaged in tortious interference).
So, maybe these are state-granted exclusive rights, but they're not universally exclusive, and they require backing by the state. I'll see if I can find some new wording which captures this elegantly. --Pde 05:15 May 6, 2003 (UTC)
  1. Why do you link to organization? It doesn't seem to me to provide insight in this case. Perhaps more helpful would be a link to legal person (see here), which is the relevant legal concept for corporations owning rights, but there's no wikipedia article for it yet.
  2. Even if you do want to link to organization, I don't see why you should do it twice (especially not to the British English spelling article organization, since that article is unhelpful).-- Pde 06:15 May 5, 2003 (UTC)
It was a kind of mistake. Yes, we don't need to link two same words. -- Taku 18:11 May 5, 2003 (UTC)

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