Who Owns Information?: From Privacy to Public Access
"An extremely useful book about the quirky and complex nature of ownership of information."-- "Washington Times" "For brilliantly sorting out the issues and complexities of the information era, Anne Wells Branscomb should be declared a national treasure."--John Naisbitt, author, "Megatrends"
"A very accessible guidebook for students, scholars, and all citizens on how to think about control of information and thus of action."--George Gerbner, Professor and Dean Emeritus, Annenberg School of Communication
"A fascinating, thought-provoking book."--Roger Noll, Stanford University School of Business
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Who owns information?: from privacy to public accessUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
What could be, to put it mildly, an extremely dry and confusing topic-the rights of persons both to access information and to maintain private ownership of it at the same time-has instead become the ... Read full review
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