Tag Archives: law
Reclaiming Fair Use – How to Put Balance Back in Copyright, Patricia Aufderheide, – 2011 Digital Rights Management (DRM) technology attempts to take control of a legal issue by technical means. This book is about the popular and legal response … Continue reading
Intellectual Property Strategy, John Palfrey, MIT Press, – 2012 Lawyers and business planners will want to read this tiny book by the notable Harvard professor. It is intended for business planners, but lawyers who advise them will want to read … Continue reading
The Most Dangerous Man in the World – How One Hacker Ended Corporate and Government Secrecy Forever, Andrew Fowler, – 2011 Yet another book about Wikileaks and Julian Assange. Well written by a journalist. Hardcover, 250 pages.
Julian Assange Et Wikileaks:La Guerre Pour La Vérité, Valérie Guichaoua, 2011
Julian Assange: A Modern Day Hero? – Inside the world of Wikileaks, worldbeyondborders.org, DVD – 2011 If you want to understand Assange’s motivation, this video might help. DVD, 3 hours.
Inside Wikileaks – My Time with Julian Assange at the World’s Most Dangerous Website, Daniel Domscheit-Berg, Doubleday, 2011 Domscheit-Berg was Assange’s partner in creating WikiLeaks until they parted ways. This book reveals what goes on behind the curtain at WikiLeaks, … Continue reading
Modernism and Copyright, Paul Saint-Amour, Oxford University Press, 2011 This book is a collection of essays about the history of copyright law and recent developments relating to DMCA. It has an academic tone. 350 pages.
Wikileaks Inside Julian Assange’s War on Secrecy, David Leigh, (- 2011) A fascinating account of the WikiLeaks drama, written by Guardian journalists. 300 pages.
Profit from your Idea – How to Make Smart Licensing Deals, Richard Stim, – 2010 Patent law has changed a bit in the last few years. Recent court cases have set new precedents, some involving software. 400 pages.