Re: Genetically engineered tomatoes
Except that the GMO crops have a tendency to be planted close enough to non-gmo crops that cross fertilization happens. The companies then go after the non-gmo farmer for "stealing".
It would be sort of like a software company releasing a computer virus on the internet and then suing the owners of infected PC's for piracy.
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