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having no owner

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The blockchain network that promulgated this music would be unowned, shared by anyone who wanted to be part of its public, and distributed, so that anyone could host and update it, receiving some sort of compensation, symbolic or otherwise, for their effort.
(Faxes and modems were "uses" of the phone system.) Rather than helping to create a system of well-defined property rights, however, this approach actually removes important aspects of property rights, making the Internet an unowned commons.
unowned or abandoned, the first person to reduce the wreck to possession
Nevertheless, the addressee is a listener, within earshot, in fact as good as standing right there with the speaker as they converse in the blue tundra, the vast unowned terrain of language, so surrounding and in common that it might as well be silence.
Given the situation in the American West during the 19th century, it's conceivable that using the force of government to halt the tragedy of the commons on as-yet unowned land--as a stopgap until property rights accomplishing the same thing were established--might have been a sensible means of mitigating a temporary, practical problem.
Arshad Khan running a 'Kabarkhana' (Scrapyard) in G-7 termed it an unowned scattered trade involving a lot of bargaining and one should have to ensure about selling and buying prices along with its features including valuable and invaluable materials.
Arshad Khan running a 'Kabarkhana'(Scrapyard) in G-7 termed it an unowned scattered trade involving a lot of bargaining and one should have to ensure about selling and buying prices along with its features including valuable and invaluable materials.
Number of unowned free-roaming cats in a college community in the southern United States and characteristics of community residents who feed them.
After the incident, the demolition team moved in and deconstructed about 90 homes that had been built illegally on the unowned land. 
Beginning in January next year, plates with codes D, E, F, G, H and I will have to be replaced, while in January 2020 replacement for codes J, K, L, M, N and O will start and following that in January 2021, it will be the turn of all unowned plates with codes P to Z as well as other types of plates.
Again, we return to Rothbard (1969) for insight: "The homesteading principle means that the way that unowned property gets into private ownership is by the principle that this property justly belongs to the person who finds, occupies, and transforms it by his labor.
Summary: From May 2018, all car owners with unowned A, B and C number plates are requested to upgrade.
Luxury condominiums were built along the coast, while favela spots were settling in the urban interstices, especially in apparently unowned areas, through the ownership of lands that are still under dispute.
This appropriation of an originally unowned island has made it possible for unfortunate castaways to access what would have otherwise been an inaccessible or nonexistent island.