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The Public Domain : Enclosing the Commons of the Mind

By: James Boyle

...ary university I have ever encountered and so the obligations flow beyond the law school. Professor Anthony Kelley, a brilliant composer, not only educ... ...enomics, and my wife Lauren Dame, as- sociate director of the Genome Ethics, Law and Policy Center, provided cru- cial support to my work with the sci... ...hur, and Hewlett Foundations have generously supported my work, as have Duke Law School’s research grants and Bost Fellowships. My work on synthetic b... ...replicated, because the music has all kinds of overtones from the historical equipment used and even the methods of recording. Fundamentally, though, ... ...t gets its breathing room, not from legal exceptions, but from technological enforcement difficulties. Finally, as more and more people can create and ... ...dows. Perhaps. Or perhaps it also takes the con- sistent threat of antitrust enforcement. In any event, whether or not we hit the optimal point in pro... ...fits of cheaper copying and transmission worldwide and with perfect copyright enforcement as well. (Though the methodology of some of the studies, whic...

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Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies

By: Sam Vaknin

...eapfrogging Transition IV. The Selfish Net – The Semantic Web V. The Law of Technology VI. Metaphors of the Net VII. The Solow Paradox ... ...rism.org and its commercial arm, Turnit.com, are the cyber equivalent of a law enforcement agency, acting after the fact to discover the culprits and... ...org and its commercial arm, Turnit.com, are the cyber equivalent of a law enforcement agency, acting after the fact to discover the culprits and unco... ...Voluntary censorship", to be sure, somewhat toothless standardization and enforcement authorities, to be sure - still, a censorship with its own ins... ...ium, such as the Internet. Computer technology seems to abide by "Moore's Law" which says that the number of transistors which can be put on a chip ... ...ons successfully. A single person, sitting at home with 5000 USD worth of equipment can fully compete with the best products of the best printing ho... ...one can print a visually impressive book, using the above-mentioned cheap equipment. But in an age of information glut, it is the marketing, the medi... ...ich pays the price of piracy." Is there any proven connection between the enforcement (or even the existence) of intellectual property rights - and ... ...ar charges are applied today by many European countries to other types of equipment: tape recorders, photocopiers, video- cassettes and scanners, for...

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