Argue why protecting intellectual property is wrong/harmful for society and/or economy. You can use any resources assuming, of course, that you cite sources.
An argument is a set of premises (reasons) that support a conclusion. Each premise should be clearly stated and distinct from the others. It is not inappropriate to number your premises in logical order while writing in paragraph form, that is, do not merely list the premises. Importantly, the conclusion should follow from the premises, that is to say, the argument should be valid. These are formal aspects of arguments. Moreover, a good argument has premises that are true, or at least well-justified. This means that some of the premises in your argument may need additional support since they are not self-evident.