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New intellectual property treaty does little to protect Māori traditional knowledge, say researchers

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The problem of "biopiracy"—the misappropriation and patenting for profit of Indigenous knowledge—has been on the rise for some time. So a global treaty aimed at protecting traditional knowledge and genetic resources should be a welcome development.

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