9781682671160 (paperback) 168267116X (paperback)
"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)."-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
An overview of copyright Copyright of computer programs Copyright of digital information Trademarks Trade secrets An overview of patents Software-based inventions.
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Source of Description
Online resource (Bloomberg Law, viewed December 12, 2017), print version record.