Intellectual Property Rights in an Age of Electronics and Information
Publisher: U.S. Government Printing Office 1986
Number of pages: 306
This report examines the impact of recent and anticipated advances in communication and information technologies on the intellectual property system. It focuses primarily on the Federal copyright system, and on the continuing effectiveness of copyright law as a policy tool in the light of technologies such as audio and videorecorders, computer programs, electronic databases, and telecommunications networks.
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by Peter Drahos - ANU eText
The author argues that lying at the heart of intellectual property are duty-bearing privileges. The book is designed to be accessible to specialists in a number of fields. It will interest philosophers, political scientists, and legal scholars.
by Stephan N Kinsella - Ludwig von Mises Institute
The author argues that the existence of patents, copyrights and trademarks are contrary to a free market. They all use the state to create artificial scarcities of non-scarce goods and employ coercion in a way that is contrary to property rights.
by John Palfrey - The MIT Press
How a flexible and creative approach to intellectual property can help an organization accomplish goals. John Palfrey offers a short briefing on intellectual property strategy for corporate managers and nonprofit administrators.
- Berkman Center for Internet and Society
Delve into copyright theory, understand the public domain or explore enforcement. The Handbook is concise reading for librarians who want to hone their skills, and for anyone learning about or teaching copyright law in the information field.