Copy Fights: The Future of Intellectual Property in the Information Age

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Index
abstract ideas, nonpatentability of, 239
access vs. reproduction, 156, 159–60
“adaptive marketing” patents, 229
adhesion contracts, 137
Adobe, 150, 155
Aharonian, Greg, 226, 227
Aimster, 151
In Re Alappat,231
alteration of protected works, digital, 139–40
“always on” Internet and access to copyrighted material, 156, 207
A&M Records, Inc. v. Napster, Inc., see Napster
Amazon, xxiv, 201, 204, 223, 225, 232, 233, 256–57
Amazon.com, Inc. v. BarnesandNoble.com, Inc.,256
American Bar Association, 102
American Inventors Protection Act, 233–34
American Safety Table Co. v. Schreiber, 252
“anarchist” view of intellectual property rights, xviii, 17–18, 213
anti-circumvention provision of DMCA, see Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)
anti-copying technology, see digital rights management (DRM)
antitrust law enforcement, xxviii, 105
AOL Time Warner, xii, 128, 153, 154, 216, 234
appropriability, indirect, 199–201
arbitration of copyrights (CARP or copyright arbitration panel), 218
“archival” tools, 173
Aristotle, 78
artistic vs. literary works, 60–62
AT&T Corp. v. Excel Communications, 240
Attaway, Fritz, 160
“attention brokerage,” 260
audio cassette copying, 199–200
Audio Home Recording Act of 1992, 131, 151, 218
AudioGalaxy, 197
backup copies, 104, 157, 158, 177–81
balance between authorial rights and fair use, xvi–xviii, xix–xxv
digital rights management and fair use, 152, 189–94
DMCA and, 96–100, 128, 131, 138–39, 151–52, 156–58, 179–81
historical limitations on copyholder rights, 130
reform needed to maintain, 8–11, 95–105
theory as to, 1–11
Barlow, John Perry, xx, 37–41, 159, 273
Barnes & Noble (B&N.com), 233, 256, 257
Barrett, Craig, 155
In Re Beauregard,231
Bell, Tom W., xix, 1–16, 159, 273
Berman, Howard, 101
Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, 139–40
Bernstein v. U.S. Department of State,159
Betamax, 39, 192–93, 200
Beyers, Robert, xxv, 237–71, 273
Bezos, Jeffrey P., 225
bill of rights for users, 157–58
BMG, 216
BMPs (business method patents), see business methods, patentability of
Bono Act, xxiv, 148
borders between cyberspace and real space, 117–21
Boucher, Rick, xiii, xxi, 95–105, 151, 158, 215, 273–74
BountyQuest, 225
broadcast flags, 154
Buchanan, James, xiii

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