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Intellectual Property and the Regulation of the Internet

Susy Frankel (editor) Daniel Gervais (editor)

ISBN: 9781776560998

Publication Date: Jan 2018

Format: Paperback

Historically, human and economic development have shaped intellectual property rights, and regulation around the internet and patented rights of authors to their creativity should be no different. The essays collected in this book address this digital space where human and economic goals both meet and collide in unprecedented ways.
£31.50

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The internet has transformed creative and innovative pursuits for economic gain or otherwise. Yet flow-on complications around intellectual property (IP) law and related regulation have not taken full advantage of the benefits offered by the internet: collective creativity, information sharing, modification and additions to information and copyright works.

Historically, human and economic development have shaped IP rights, and regulation around the internet and patented rights of authors to their creativity should be no different. The essays collected in Intellectual Property and the Internet address this digital space where human and economic goals both meet and collide in unprecedented ways.
Pages 220
Dimensions 241 x 171
Date Published 30 Jan 2018
Publisher Victoria University Press
Subject/s Law  
Susy Frankel is professor of law, chair of intellectual property and international trade, and director of the New Zealand Centre of International Economic Law at Victoria University of Wellington. She is the president of the International Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property (ATRIP) 2015–2017. Since 2008 she has been chair of the New Zealand Copyright Tribunal.

Daniel Gervais is a the Milton R. Underwood Chair in Law at Vanderbilt University Law School, director of the Vanderbilt Intellectual Property Program, and faculty co-director of the LLM program. He is editor-in chief of the Journal of World Intellectual Property and editor of tripsagreement.net. In 2012, he became the first professor of law in North America to be elected to the Academy of Europe. He is an elected member of the American Law Institute and an associate reporter of its Restatement of the Law of Copyright project. He is president of ATRIP 2017–2019.

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