Intellectual Property in the Information Age: The Politics of Expanding Ownership Rights

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Accolade, Inc., 61-62
Agre, Phil, 132
Aho, J., 107, 109
Alford, William P., 80-81, 82
Altai, Inc., 58-59
Annenburg School, 85-86
Apple Computer, 59-60, 92
Apple Computer, Inc. v. Franklin Computer Corp., 55-56
Ardita, Julio Cesar, 110
Arney, Claude F., 58
Ashton-Tate Corp., 92
Ashton-Tate Corp. v. Ross, 59
authorship, 121; authorial control and, 131-133, 137, 144; author-text relation and, 123-124; collaborative authorship and, 124, 132; computer technology and, 127; computers as authors and, 135-137; concept of, 122-123; democratic authorship and, 133-135; function-to-dialogue transfer and, 129-131; future of copyright and, 156; information age challenge and, 126-129; Internet and, 129-131, 132-134, 135; possibilities of authorship and, 137-138; process of writing and, 125-126; proprietary author concept and, 148; technological changes and, 121-122; transformation of, 129-137
Awanohara, S., 83
Baker, James, 82
"Barbarians at the Gate," 128
Barlow, John Perry, 112, 134
Barshefsky, Charlene, 85
Battle of the Booksellers, 6-7
Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, 14
Bernstein, R. J., 34
Besen, Stanley M., 90
BlackNet, 110
Books in Print, 123
Branscomb, Anne Wells, 104
Branwyn, Gareth, 104
Brazil, 86
Brent, Doug, 129, 137
Bromberg, C., 112-113
Brooks, Frederick T., 52
Brown, C. G., 145, 146
Bush Administration, 82
Campbell, David, 103, 108, 111-112
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), 93
Chace Act, 79
Chaos Computer Club, 109-110

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