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Legal Protection Of Digital Information

by Lee A. Hollaar

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Your complete guide to understanding-and strategically applying-intellectual property law in the dynamic digital age.

  • Are computer programs copyrightable?
  • What are the four "safe harbors" for network service providers?
  • How do "Notice, Takedown, and Put-back" procedures impact your clients?
  • What is fair use in the Internet environment?

    Gain new insights into intellectual property law in the electronic age-and discover the key to protecting your clients' digital information-with this up-to-date and comprehensive treatise. Dr. Hollaar, registered patent agent, software and hardware developer, and lead technical expert in the Microsoft antitrust suit, has long been active in the interface between computer science and law. Now, the former Fellow with the United States Senate judiciary committee who advised on computer-related issues such as encryption, copyright and patent law, and regulation of the Internet, brings you insider information on the burgeoning area of intellectual property law as it applies to digital material.

    Just as the Internet has made knowledge of copyright law important to millions, patents on software and business methods have made it necessary for corporate counsel to understand what is patentable and why. This expansive resource provides an introduction to patent and copyright law in the digital arena; cites key cases that define the scope of what can be patented; and gives incisive interpretations of important copyright and patent statutes, including one of the most complete discussions and analyses of the Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA).

    Drawing on his unique experience, Dr. Hollaar offers practical analysis of patent and copyright law in the electronic age and presents critical information in clear, straightforward language.



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