Software is the product of intellectual creativity, but protection of the intellectual property residing in software is the subject of some controversy. This book captures a wide range of perspectives on the topic from industry, academe, and government, drawing on information presented at a workshop and forum.
Table of Contents
|1 Changing Contexts for the Software Industry||1-20|
|2 Background to Basic Legal Issues||21-42|
|3 Is Software a Special Case?||43-58|
|4 A Closer Look At Current Issues||59-80|
|5 The Open Agenda||81-94|
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