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Critical Copyright, and more:

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    The following list, arising out of the vagaries of my reading, is not at all exhaustive. Please contact the author(s) of any of these works for any consent you need to redisseminate the work. Thanks, Paul.

 

       Intellectual Property generally

·       Jonathan M. Barnett, Is Intellectual Property Trivial?, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, vol. 157 (2009), p. 1691

·       James Boyle,  A Politics of Intellectual Property: Environmentalism for the Net?, Duke Law Journal, vol. 47 (1997), p. 87

·       Paul A. David and Dominique Foray, Economic Fundamentals of the Knowledge Society, Policy Futures in Education, vol. 1 (2003), p. 20

·       Brett M. Frischmann, Spillovers Theory and Its Conceptual Boundaries, William & Mary Law Review, vol. 51 (2009), p. 801

·       Wendy J. Gordon, Of Harms and Benefits: Torts, Restitution, and Intellectual Property, Journal of Legal Studies, vol. 21 (1992), p. 449, reprinted in McGeorge Law Review, vol. 34 (2003), p. 541

·       Mark A. Lemley, IP in a World Without Scarcity, New York University Law Review, vol. 90 (2015), p. 460

·       Robert P. Merges, The Relationship Between Foundations and Principles in IP Law, San Diego Law Review, vol. 49 (2012), p. 957

·       Jerome H. Reichman, Legal Hybrids Between the Patent and Copyright Paradigms, Columbia Law Review, vol. 94 (1994), p. 2432

·       Pamela Samuelson, Enriching Discourse on Public Domains, Duke Law Journal, vol. 55 (2006), p. 783

·       Tim Wu, Intellectual Property, Innovation, and Decentralized Decisions, Virginia Law Review, vol. 92 (2006), p. 123

 

       Copyright and other rights in media productions

·       Tom W. Bell, Escape from Copyright: Market Success vs. Statutory Failure in the Protection of Expressive Works, University of Cincinnati Law Review, vol. 69 (2001), p. 741

·       Peter Biddle, Paul England, Marcus Peinado, and Bryan Willman, The Darknet and the Future of Content Distribution, in Digital Rights Management Workshop 2002, ed. J. Feigenbaum (Springer, 2003), p. 155

·       Julie E. Cohen, Pervasively Distributed Copyright Enforcement, Georgetown Law Journal, vol. 95 (2006), p. 1

·       Harold Demsetz, Creativity and the Economics of the Copyright Controversy, Review of Economic Research on Copyright Issues, vol. 6, no. 2 (2009), p. 5

·       Justin Hughes, Fair Use Across Time, UCLA Law Review, vol. 50 (2003), p. 775

·       Dan Hunter and F. Gregory Lastowka, Amateur-to-Amateur, William & Mary Law Review, vol. 46 (2004), p. 951

·       Ejan Mackaay, Intellectual Property and the Internet: The Share of Sharing, in The Commodification of Information, eds. N. Netanel and N. Elkin-Koren (Kluwer, 2002), p. 133

·       Eben Moglen, Anarchism Triumphant: Free Software and the Death of Copyright, First Monday, vol. 4, no. 8 (August 2, 1999)

·       Guy Pessach, Deconstructing Disintermediation: A Skeptical Copyright Perspective, Cardozo Arts and Entertainment Law Journal, vol. 31 (2013), p. 833

·       Alexander Peukert, A Bipolar Copyright System for the Digital Network Environment, Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal, vol. 28 (2005), p. 1

·       Jed Rubenfeld, The Freedom of Imagination: Copyright’s Constitutionality, Yale Law Journal, vol. 112 (2002), p. 1

 

        Patent and other rights in technologies and designs

·       Oren Bar-Gill and Gideon Parchomovsky, The Value of Giving Away Secrets, Virginia Law Review, vol. 89 (2003), p. 1857

·       Vincenzo Di Cataldo and Emanuela Arezzo, Scope of the Patent and Uses of the Product in the European Biotechnology Directive, Italian Intellectual Property, Yearbook 2006, p. 11

·       Kevin Emerson Collins, Propertizing Thought, Southern Methodist University Law Review, vol. 60 (2007), p. 317

·       Clarisa Long, Patent Signals, University of Chicago Law Review, vol. 69 (2002), p. 625

·       Beth Simone Noveck, Peer To Patent”: Collective Intelligence, Open Review and Patent Reform, Harvard Journal of Law & Technology, vol. 20 (2006), p. 123

·      Lisa Larrimore Ouellette, Do Patents Disclose Useful Information?, Harvard Journal of Law and Technology, vol. 25 (2012), p. 531

·       Rudolph J.R. Peritz, Freedom to Experiment: Toward a Concept of Inventor Welfare, Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society, vol. 90 (2008), p. 245

·       Jerome H. Reichman, Tulips and Legal Kudzu: Repackaging Rights in Subpatentable Innovation, Vanderbilt Law Review, vol. 53 (2000), p. 1743

·       Carl Shapiro, Navigating the Patent Thicket: Cross Licenses, Patent Pools, and Standard-Setting, in Innovation Policy and the Economy, eds. A.B. Jaffe, J. Lerner, and S. Scott (MIT Press, 2001), vol. 1, p. 119

 

       Cyberlaw: governance within global networks

·       Yochai Benkler, Coase's Penguin, or, Linux and The Nature of the Firm, Yale Law Journal, vol. 112 (2002), p. 369

·       A. Michael Froomkin, Habermas@discourse.net: Toward a Critical Theory of Cyberspace, Harvard Law Review, vol. 116 (2003), p. 749

·       Dmytri Kleiner, with Joanne Richardson and Brian Wyrick, The Telekommunist Manifesto, Network Notebook 03, eds. Geert Lovink and Sabine Niederer (Institute of Network Cultures, 2010)

·       Rachel O’Dwyer and Linda Doyle, This is not a Bit-Pipe: A Political Economy of the Substrate Network, The Fibreculture Journal, issue 20 (June 18, 2012), no. FCJ-138

·       Joel R. Reidenberg, Technology and Internet Jurisdiction, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, vol. 153 (2005), p. 1951

·       Lawrence Solum and Minn Chung, The Layers Principle: Internet Architecture and the Law, Notre Dame Law Review, vol. 79 (2004), p. 815

 

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