Copy Fights: The Future of Intellectual Property in the Information Age (Google eBook)
The Napsterization of just about everything digitizable -- books, music, movies, and, of course, software itself -- has brought copy protection issues to the forefront as never before.
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This collection of essays "springs" from the Fifth Annual Cato/Forbes ASAP Technology and Society conference, "The Future of Intellectual Property in the Information Age," and is split into two ... Read full review
1 Indelicate Imbalancing in Copyright and Patent Law
2 Defending Intellectual Property
3 Intellectual Property Information Age
4 Are Patents and Copyrights Morally Justified? The Philosophy of Property Rights and Ideal Objects
5 The Future of Intellectual Property in the Information Age
6 His Napsters Voice
7 Revising Copyright Law for the Information Age
11 The New Legal Panic over Copyright
12 Life after the DMCA and Napster
Can Freedom of Speech Survive?
Legal or Market Solutions?
15 Protecting Intellectual Property in the Digital Age
16 How Can They Patent That?
Nothing New under the Sun
A Systematic Approach to Evaluating Obviousness
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