Not Having One's Cake, Nor Eating It: Intellectual Property and 'Indigenous' Knowledge

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1996
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From Introduction: "The Andaman and Nicobar islands of India, recently finding some exoticizing press, are located in the Bay of Bengal and are home to several indigenous groups:the Onge, the Jarawa, and the Sentinelese. Over the past few decades, the numbers of most of these different groups have dwindled, their lifestyles have changed, and some of them are, literally, facing extinction."
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intellectual property rights, indigenous knowledge
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