Wearable Computing, by its very nature, blurs the boundary between "thinking" and "computing" as well as the boundary between "remembering" and "recording". Thus, in the "cyborg" age, what will it mean to patent an algorithm (a process of thoughts), or to copyright some data (e.g. a collection of memories)? Will it mean that... Memorization is copying; copying is theft! Seeing is recording; recording is theft! Learning is downloading; downloading is theft! or that the learner must pay a license fee to the teacher, each time he or she thinks of some patented thoughts or copyrighted memories? As we evolve from "Wearables" to "Implantables.com" will we witness the birth of the one-seat floating license? Will the license manager allow more than fifty people to think the same thoughts at the same time, if all we have purchased is a 50 seat thinking license? Will free thinking be considered circumvention of the Uniform SEAT Association's UseatA? Will laws or contracts against reverse engineering make "thought experiments" illegal? Will the current-day criminalization of science manifest itself as the thought police of the future? Or will we free ourselves from the concept of Intellectual Property altogether?