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Issue 12:2 (Fall 1997)

Misuse or Fair Use: That is the Software Copyright Question
by James A.D. White

Nonobviousness and the Biotechnology Industry: A Proposal for a Doctrine of Economic Nonobviousness
by Karen I. Boyd

Protecting the Private Inventor Under the Peacetime Provisions of the Invention Secrecy Act
by Sabing H. Lee

Cyberspace Self-Government: Town Hall Democracy or Rediscovered Royalism?
by Henry H. Perritt, Jr.

Communications Tower Sitings: The Telecommunications Act of 1996 and the Battle for Community Control
by Susan Lorde Martin

Issue 12:1 (Spring 1997)

Symposium: Digital Content – New Products and New Business Models

Foreword to the Digital Content Symposium
by Pamela Samuelson

The Intellectual Property Renaissance in Cyberspace: Why Copyright Law Could Be Unimportant on the Internet
by Eric Schlacter

Copyright Preemption After the ProCD Case: A Market-Based Approach
by Maureen A. O’Rourke

Copyright Policy and the Limits of Freedom of Contract
by Niva Elkin-Koren

The End of Friction? Property Rights and Contract in the "Newtonian" World of On-line Commerce
by Robert P. Merges

Shifting the Possible: How Trusted Systems and Digital Property Rights Challenge Us to Rethink Digital Publishing
by Mark Stefik

Some Reflections on Copyright Management Systems and Laws Designed to Protect Them
by Julie E. Cohen

Chaos, Cyberspace and Tradition: Legal Information Transmogrified
by Robert Berring

Surfing the Sento
by Dan Rosen

Book Review: Examining Traditional Legal Paradigms in a Non-Physical Environment – Need We Invent New Rules of the Road for the Information Superhighway?
by Scott E. Bain

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