Tag intellectual property

The Battle over Source Code

Aram Sinnreich— Professional prognosticators and commentators often treat the development of media technology as a one-way street, an inevitable series of magical innovations leading to an equally inevitable set of disruptions in business, culture, and society. In reality, of course, the process is far more complex. Technology developers and media

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Talent Wants to be Free: Online Symposium on Intellectual Property

“Who owns your email? What about work place creation? Who owns what you come up with at work? Does it matter whether you used company technology to create and learn?” These questions, asked by Deven Desai of Concurring Opinions, and related discussions on the economics of human capital form the

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Greg Lastowka on the Internet Blackout

Greg Lastowka, professor of Law at Rutgers University and author of Virtual Justice: The New Laws of Online Worlds, writes on today’s Internet Blackout and the pending legislation before Congress that could limit our access to certain sites. Greg Lastowka— Today is a great day for cyberlaw.  As thousands of

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