Kluwer IP law. Information law series ; 37.
"The chapters in this book where first presented at a conference, "Intellectual property on the Internet: is there life outside of the big three?" in November, 2014"--Preface.
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Enforcing intellectual property claims globally when rights are defined territorially / Rochelle C. Dreyfuss An economy of scarcity (of smart information) / Margaret Chon Passing off, the Internet, and the global Marketplace / Barbara Lauriat The right of publicity: a cautionary tale from the United States / Stacey L. Dogan Pictorial publics, the visual Internet and image rights / Megan Richardson & Julian Thomas Sui generis protection for sporting emblems and words: a triumph of pragmatism over principle / Susan Corbett & Alexandra Sims Reconciling tradition and innovation: geographical indications of origin as incentives for local development and expressions of a "good quality life" / Irene Calboli Traditional cultural heritage and alternative means of regulation: issues of access and restriction online / Jessica C. Lai Something completely different: Europe's sui generis database right / P. Bernt Hugenholtz Trade secret harmonization and the search for balance / Sharon K. Sandeen China's approach to trade secrets protection: is a uniform trade secrets law in China needed? / Ping Xiong Enforcement: a neglected child in the intellectual property family / Peter K. Yu Are new modes of criminal and civil enforcement a new form of intellectual property? / Reto M. Hilty.
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