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The Dilemma Of Sharing IP Free

B schools mull the option of sharing proprietary information free online, but there are several issues to be ironed out.

Education is the basic right of every human being. In the bygone eras, there was never a question of charging for education. I'll be the first to admit, however, that today the modus operandi of delivering education has changed and a cost does need to be attached to it if only for the purpose of breaking even. The downside is that this automatically deprives segments of the population the chance to learn in a formal set up/manner.

Today, "Education" is a pre eminent "Industry" and a gigantic one at that, currently valued at $100 billion. This is expected to nearly double to $180 billion by 2020

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