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Publications by Pamela Samuelson


LAW REVIEW PUBLICATIONS

The Path of IP Studies: Growth, Diversification, and Hope (with John M. Golden and Robert P. Merges), 92(7) Tex. L. Rev. 1758 (2014) - PDF Version (150 Kb)

The Quest for a Sound Conception of Copyright's Derivative Work Right, 101 Geo. L.J. 1505 (2013) - PDF Version (280 Kb)

Essay: A Fresh Look at Tests for Nonliteral Copyright Infringement, 107 Nw U L Rev 1821 (2013) - PDF Version (257 Kb)

Book Review: Is Copyright Reform Possible?, 126 (3) Harv. L. Rev. 740 (2013) - PDF Version (288 Kb)

Solving the Orphan Works Problem for the United States, 37(1) Colum J L & Arts 1 (2013) - PDF Version (411 Kb)

A Perspective on the Merits of the Antitrust Objections to the Failed Google Books Settlement, Harv. J. L. & Tech. Occasional Paper Series (2013) - PDF Version (1.16 Mb)

"Clues" for Determining Whether Business or Service Methods are Unpatentable Abstract Ideas (with Jason Schultz), 15 Lewis&Clark L. Rev. 109 (2011) - PDF Version (1.48 Mb)

Legislative Alternatives to the Google Book Settlement, 34 Colum. J. L. & Arts 697 (2011) - PDF Version (2.28 Mb)

Symposium: Collective Management of Copyright: Solution or Sacrifice, 34(4) Columbia Jrnl Law & Arts 697 (2011) - PDF Version (970 Kb)

The Google Book Settlement as Copyright Reform, 2011(2) Wisconsin L. Rev. 479 (2011) - PDF Version (5.24 Mb)

The Uneasy Case for Software Copyrights Revisited, 79 George Washington L. Rev. 1746 (2011) - PDF Version (2.19 Mb)

Academic Author Objections to the Google Book Search Settlement, 8 J. on Telecomm. and High Tech L. Rev. 491 (2010) - PDF Version (216 Kb)

Google Book Search and the Future of Books in Cyberspace, 94 Minnesota L. Rev. 1308 (2010) - PDF Version (11.41 Mb)

The Copyright Principles Project: Directions for Reform, Symposium: Copyright @ 300, 25(3) Berkeley Technology Law Journal 1175 (2010) - PDF Version (4.42 Mb)

Pamela Samuelson's Letters to the Court: Concerns on the Proposed Google Book Settlement, 12 Tulane J. Tech. & Intell. Prop. L. 185 (2009) - PDF Version (1.95 Mb)

Debate: Unconstitutionally Excessive Statutory Damage Awards in Copyright Cases, 158 U. Pa. L. Rev. PENNumbra 53 (2009) - PDF Version (101 Kb)

Are Patents on Interfaces Impeding Interoperability?, 93 Minnesota L. Rev. 1943 (2009) - PDF Version (4.97 Mb)

High Technology Entrepreneurs and the Patent System: Results of the 2008 Berkeley Patent Survey, 24 BLTJ. 1255 (2009) - PDF Version (10.25 Mb)

Statutory Damages in Copyright Law: A Remedy in Need of Reform, 51 William and Mary L. Rev. 439 (2009) - PDF Version (4.56 Mb)

Unbundling Fair Uses, 77 Fordham L. Rev 2537 (2009) - PDF Version (428 Kb)

Should Copyright Owners Have to Give Notice About Their Use of Technical Protection Measures?, (with Jason Schultz), 6 J. Telecom. & High Tech. L. 41 (2007) - PDF Version (92 Kb)

A Reverse Notice and Takedown Regime to Enable Fair Uses of Technically Protected Copyrighted Works, 22 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 981 (2007) - PDF Version (6.27 Mb)

Preliminary Thoughts on Copyright Reform, 2007 Utah L. Rev. 551 (2007) - PDF Version (1.62 Mb)

Preliminary Thoughts on a Copyright Reform Project, 2007 Utah L. Rev. 551 (2007) - PDF Version (191 Kb)

Principles for Resolving Conflicts Between Trade Secrets and the First Amendment, 58 Hastings L.J. 777 (2007) - PDF Version (1.57 Mb)

Questioning Copyrights in Standards, 48 B.C. L. Rev. 193 (2007) - PDF Version (307 Kb)

Why Copyright Excludes Systems and Processes From the Scope of Its Protection, 85 Tex. L. Rev. 1921 (2007) - PDF Version (1.34 Mb)

Enriching Discourse on Public Domains, 55 Duke L.J. 783 (2006) - PDF Version (3.6 Mb)

The Generativity of Sony v. Universal: The Intellectual Property Legacy of Justice Stevens, 74 Fordham L. Rev. 1831 (2006) - PDF Version (3.67 Mb)

Three Reactions to MGM v. Grokster, 13 Mich. Telecomm. & Tech. L. Rev. 177 (2006) - PDF Version (187 Kb)

Brief Amici Curiae of 60 Intellectual Property and Technology Law Professors and the United States Public Policy Committee of the Association for Computing Machinery in Support of Respondents in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios v. Grokster, 20 Berkeley Tech. L. J. 535 (2005) - PDF Version (1.98 Mb)

Intellectual Property Arbitrage: How Foreign Rules Can Affect Domestic Protections, 71 Chi. L. Rev. 223 (2004) - PDF Version (3.11 Mb)

Should Economics Play a Role in Copyright Law and Policy?, 1 U. Ottawa L. & Tech. J. 3 (2004) - PDF Version (223 Kb)

Copyright and Freedom of Expression in Historical Perspective, 11 J. Intell. Prop. L. 319 (2003) - PDF Version (4.48 Mb)

HBR Case Commentary: What Should Lancaster-Webb Do About Glove Girl?, 81 Harvard Business Review 36 (2003) - PDF Version (3.66 Mb)

Mapping the Digital Public Domain: Threats and Opportunities, 66 Law & Contemp. Probs. 147 (2003) - PDF Version (1.62 Mb)

The Constitutional Law of Intellectual Property After Eldred v. Ashcroft, 50 J. Cop. Off. Soc'y. 547 (2003) - PDF Version (7.1 Mb)

The Law and Economics of Reverse Engineering, 111 Yale L.J. 1575 (2002) - PDF Version (5.67 Mb)

Toward a "New Deal" for copyright in an Information Age, 100 Mich. L. Rev. 1488 (2002) - PDF Version (1.17 Mb)

Economic and Constitutional Influences on Copyright Law in the United States, 23 Eur. Intell. Prop. Rev. 409 (2001)

Before UCITA: Licensing, Selling and Using Information Under the Proposal Formerly Known as UCC Article 2B and Federal Database Protection Legislation, 18 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal 615 (2000) - PDF Version (2.15 Mb)

Privacy as Intellectual Property, 52 Stan. L. Rev. 1125 (2000) - PDF Version (3.72 Mb)

A New Kind of Privacy? Regulating Uses of Personal Data in the Global Information Economy, 87 Cal. L. Rev. 751 (1999) - PDF Version (2.32 Mb)

Challenges for the World Intellectual Property Organization and the Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights Council in Regulating Intellectual Property Rights in the Information Age, 21 Eur. Intell. Prop. Rev. 578 (1999) - PDF Version (4.1 Mb)

Implications of the Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights for Cultural Dimensions of National Copyright Laws, 23 Journal of Cultural Economics 95 (1999) - PDF Version (58 Kb)

Intellectual Property and Contract Law for the Information Age: Foreword to a Symposium, 87 Cal. L. Rev. 1 (1999) - PDF Version (343 Kb)

Intellectual Property and the Digital Economy: Why the Anti-Circumvention Regulations Need To Be Revised, 14 Berkeley Tech. L. J. 519 (1999) - PDF Version (3.14 Mb)

Licensing Information in the Global Information Market: Freedom of Contract Meets Public Policy, 21 Eur. Intell. Prop. Rev. 386, (co-authored with Kurt Opsahl) (1999)

Foreword, Symposium on Intellectual Property and Contract Law for the Information Age, 13 Berkeley Tech. L. J. 809 (1998) - PDF Version (1.11 Mb)

Foreword to Digital Content Symposium, 12 Berkeley Tech. L. J. 1 (1997) - PDF Version (755 Kb)

Intellectual Property Rights in Data?, 50 Vand. L. Rev. 51 (co-authored with J.H. Reichman) (1997) - PDF Version (2.41 Mb)

Protecting Software and Information on the Internet, 3 J. Sci. & Techn. L. 3 (proceedings of Internet Law Symposium at Boston University School of Law) (1997) - PDF Version (1.56 Mb)

The U.S. Digital Agenda at WIPO, 37 Va. J. Int'l L. 369 (1997) - PDF Version (4.75 Mb)

The Quest for Enabling Metaphors for Law and Lawyering in the Information Age , 94 Mich. L. Rev. 2029 (1996) - PDF Version (3.97 Mb)

Brief Amicus Curiae of Copyright Law Professors in Lotus Development Corp. v. Borland Int'l, Inc. (brief to U.S. Supreme Court), 3 J. Intell. Prop. L. 103 (1995) - PDF Version (4.4 Mb)

Existing Laws Fail to Protect Software Adequately, (co-authored with Randall Davis, Mitchell D. Kapor, & J.H. Reichman), 17 National Law Journal 33 (1995)

A Manifesto Concerning the Legal Protection of Computer Programs, (co-authored with Randall Davis, Mitchell Kapor, and J.H. Reichman) 94 Colum. L. Rev. (1994) - PDF Version (8.65 Mb)

Comparing U.S. and E.C. Copyright Protection for Computer Programs: Are They More Different Than They Seem?, 13 J. L. & Comm. 279 (1994) - PDF Version (3.89 Mb)

The Nature of Copyright Analysis for Computer Programs: Copyright Law Professors' Brief Amicus Curiae in Lotus v. Borland (brief to First Circuit Court of Appeals), 16 Hastings Comm/Ent. L.J. 657 (1994) - PDF Version (1.34 Mb)

The Originality Standard for Literary Works Under U.S. Copyright Law, 42 Am. J. Compar. Law 393 (1994) - PDF Version (5.07 Mb)

Will the Copyright Office Be Obsolete in the Twenty-First Century?, 13 Cardozo Arts & Ent. L.J. 55 (1994) - PDF Version (797 Kb)

Fair Use for Computer Programs and Other Copyrightable Works in Digital Form: The Implications of Sony, Galoob and Sega, 1 J. Intell. Prop. L. 49 (1993) - PDF Version (4.19 Mb)

Intellectual Property Rights for Digital Library and Hypertext Publishing Systems, 6 Harv. J. Law & Tech. 237 (1993) - PDF Version (1.38 Mb)

Computer Programs, User Interfaces, and Section 102(b) of the Copyright Act of 1976: A Critique of Lotus v. Paperback, 55 Law Law & Contemp. Prob. 311 (1992) - PDF Version (3.15 Mb)

Some New Kinds of Authorship Made Possible by Computers and Some Intellectual Property Questions They Raise, 53 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 685 (1992) - PDF Version (1.17 Mb)

Benson Revisited: The Case Against Patent Protection for Algorithims and Other Computer Program-Related Inventions, 39 Emory L.J. 1025 (1990) - PDF Version (7.54 Mb)

Digital Media and the Changing Face of Intellectual Property Law, 16 Rutg. Comp. & Tech. L.J. 323 (1990) - PDF Version (3.25 Mb)

Comparing the Views of Lawyers and User Interface Designers on the Software Copyright "Look and Feel" Lawsuits, 30 Jurim. J. 121 (1989) - PDF Version (3.1 Mb)

Information As Property: Do Ruckelshaus and Carpenter Signal a Changing Direction in the Law?, 38 Cath. U. L. Rev. 365 (in symposium issue on communication policy issues) (1989) - PDF Version (2.07 Mb)

Survey on the Patent/Copyright Interface for Computer Programs, 17 AIPLA Q.J. 256 (in symposium issue on the patent/copyright interface for computer programs) (1989) - PDF Version (2.02 Mb)

Modifying Copyrighted Software: Adjusting Copyright Doctrine to Accommodate a Technology, 28 Jurim. J. 179 (1988) - PDF Version (7.37 Mb)

Reflections on the State of American Software Copyright Law and the Perils of Teaching It, 13 Colum.-VLA J. Law & Arts 61 (1988) - PDF Version (2.71 Mb)

Proposal for a New "Rights in Software" Clause for Software Acquisition by the Department of Defense, (co-authored with Kevin Deasy and Anne Martin), 4 Computer L. 32 (1987) - PDF Version (279 Kb)

Understanding the Implications of Selling Rights in Software to the Defense Department: A Journey Through the Regulatory Maze, 13 Rutg. Comp. & Tech. L. J. 33 (1987) - PDF Version (1.42 Mb)

Allocating Ownership Rights in Computer-Generated Works, 47 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 1185 (in symposium issue on software protection) (1986) - PDF Version (2.84 Mb)

The Need for Reform of the Defense Department's Software Licensing Policy, 27 Jurim. J. 9 (1986) - PDF Version (3.27 Mb)

Creating a New Kind of Intellectual Property Law: Applying the Lessons of the Chip Law to Computer Programs, 70 Minn. L. Rev. 471 (in symposium issue on Semicondutor Chip Protection Act (1985) - PDF Version (3.86 Mb)

CONTU Revisited: The Case Against Copyright Protection for Computer Programs in Machine-Readable Form, 1984 Duke L.J. 663 (1984) - PDF Version (7.11 Mb)

Good Legal Writing: Of Orwell and Window Panes, 46 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 149 (1984) - PDF Version (1.15 Mb)

Reviving Zacchini: Analyzing First Amendment Defenses in Right of Publicity and Copyright Cases, 57 Tul. L. Rev. 836 (1983) - PDF Version (4.78 Mb)

Sentence Review and Sentence Disparity: A Connecticut Case Study, 10 Conn. L. Rev. 5 (1977) - PDF Version (4.6 Mb)

SCIENTIFIC AND COMPUTING JOURNALS

Mass Digitization as Fair Use, 57(3) Comm. ACM 20 (2014) - PDF Version (347 Kb)

Updates on the Intellectual Property Front: Recapping influential U.S. Supreme Court decisions rendered earlier this year, 57(11) Comm. ACM 28 (2014)

Watching TV on Internet-Connected Devices, 57(7) Comm. ACM 22 (2014) - PDF Version (286 Kb)

Is Software Patentable?, 56(11) Comm. ACM 23 (2013) - PDF Version (328 Kb)

A Copyright Challenge to Resales of Digital Music, 56(3) Comm. ACM 25 (2013) - PDF Version (208 Kb)

Statutory Damages: A Rarity in Copyright Laws Internationally, but for How Long?, 60 (4) Journal of the Copyright Society of the USA 529 (2013) - PDF Version (266 Kb)

Statutory Damages as a Threat to Innovation, 56(7) Comm. ACM 24 (2013) - PDF Version (283 Kb)

Oracle v. Google: Are APIs Copyrightable? , 55 (11) Comm. ACM 25 (2012) - PDF Version (1.99 Mb)

Can Online Piracy Be Stopped By Law?, 55 (7) Comm. ACM 25 (2012) - PDF Version (240 Kb)

Is open-source software the answer?, Issues in Science and Technology (Spring) (2012) - PDF Version (35 Kb)

Do You Own the Software You Buy?, 54 Comm. ACM 3 (March) (2011) - PDF Version (192 Kb)

Too Many Copyrights, 54 Comm ACM 7 (July) (2011) - PDF Version (223 Kb)

Why the Google Book Settlement Failed--and What Comes Next, 54 Comm. ACM 11 (November) (2011) - PDF Version (256 Kb)

Only Technological Processes Are Patentable, 53 Comm. ACM 3 (2010) - PDF Version (822 Kb)

Should the Google Book Settlement Be Approved?, 53 Comm. ACM 5 (July) (2010) - PDF Version (988 Kb)

Why Do Software Startups Patent (or Not)?, 54 Comm. ACM 11 (November) (2010) - PDF Version (1.14 Mb)

Why Plaintiffs Should Have to Prove Irreparable Harm in Copyright Preliminary Injunction Cases, 6 I/S: A journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society. 1 (Winter 2010) (2010) - PDF Version (3.59 Mb)

Are Business Methods Patentable?, 52 Comm. ACM 11 (2009) - PDF Version (790 Kb)

Exasperated by Copyright, 326 Science 525 (October 23, 2009) (2009) - PDF Version (252 Kb)

Legally Speaking: The Dead Souls of the Google Book Search Settlement, 52 Comm. ACM 27 (2009) - PDF Version (726 Kb)

When is a "License" Really a Sale?, 52 Comm. ACM 27 (2009) - PDF Version (3.47 Mb)

Quantafying the Value of Patent Exhaustion Rules, 51 Comm. ACM (2008) - PDF Version (489 Kb)

Hacking Intellectual Property Law, 51 Comm ACM, 65 (2008) - PDF Version (1.26 Mb)

How to Achieve (Some) Balance in Anti-Circumvention Laws (with J. Reichman and G. Dinwoodie), 51 Comm ACM 21 (2008) - PDF Version (394 Kb)

Revisiting Patentable Subject Matter, 51 Comm. ACM 20 (2008) - PDF Version (296 Kb)

Does Copyright Law Need to Be Reformed, 50(10) Comm. ACM 19 (2007) - PDF Version (71 Kb)

Patent Reform Through the Courts, 50(2) Comm. ACM 19 (2007) - PDF Version (93 Kb)

Software Patents and the Metaphysics of Section 271 (f), 50 Comm ACM 15 (2007) - PDF Version (87 Kb)

IBM's Pragmatic Embrace of Open Source, 49 Comm. ACM 15, October (2006) - PDF Version (79 Kb)

Regulating Technical Design, 49 Comm. ACM 25, February (2006) - PDF Version (69 Kb)

Copyrighting Standards, 49 Comm. ACM 27, June (2006) - PDF Version (81 Kb)

The Supreme Court Revisits the Sony Safe Harbor Rule, 48 Comm. ACM 21, June (2005) - PDF Version (71 Kb)

Did MGM Really Win the Grokster Case?, 48 Comm. ACM 19, October (2005) - PDF Version (75 Kb)

Digital Rights Management {and, or, vs.} the Law, in 46 Comm. ACM (2003)

Legislating About Digital Rights Management Technologies, 40(5) IEEE Spectrum 33 (2003) - PDF Version (442 Kb)

Reverse Engineering Under Siege, 45 Comm. ACM 15 (2002)

Anti-Circumvention Rules Threaten Science, 293 Science 2028 (2001)

How to Balance the Public Interest, Traditional Legal Principles, and the Emerging Digital Reality, Comm. ACM (2001)

Intellectual Property for an Information Age, 44 Comm. ACM 66 (2001)

Toward a New Politics of Intellectual Property, 44 Comm. ACM 98 (2001)

Good News and Bad News on the Intellectual Property Front, 42 Comm. ACM 19 (1999) - PDF Version (131 Kb)

Why the Anti-Circumvention Regulations Need to be Revised, 42 Comm. ACM 17 (1999) - PDF Version (61 Kb)

Encoding Law Into Digital Libraries, 41 Comm ACM 13 (April) (1998) - PDF Version (212 Kb)

Does Information Really Have to Be Licensed?, 41 Comm. ACM 19 (1998)

Encoding the Law into Digital Libraries, 41 Comm. ACM 13 (1998)

Embedding Technical Self-Help in Licensed Software, 40 Comm. ACM 13 (1997) - PDF Version (617 Kb)

Embedding Technical Self-Help in Licensed Software, Comm. ACM (1997)

Legal Protection for Database Contents, 39 Comm. ACM 17 (1997)

The Never Ending Struggle For Balance, 40 Comm. ACM 17 (1997)

A New View of Intellectual Property and Software, (co-authored with Randall Davis, Mitchell D. Kapor, and Jerome Reichman), 39(3) Comm. ACM 21 (1996) - PDF Version (114 Kb)

Intellectual Property Rights and the Global Information Economy, 39 Comm. ACM 23 (1996)

Regulation of Technologies to Protect Copyright Works, 39 Comm. ACM 17 (1996)

Copyright and Digital Libraries, 38 Comm. ACM (1995)

Counterpoint: An Entirely New Legal Regime Is Needed, (responding to article on software intellectual property law), 12 Computer L. 11 (1995)

Software Compatibility and the Law, 38 Communications of the ACM 15 (1995)

Copyright's Fair Use Doctrine and Digital Data, 37 Communications of the ACM 21 (1994)

Self-Plagarism or Fair Use?, 37 Communications of the ACM 21 (1994) - PDF Version (1.81 Mb)

The NII Intellectual Property Report, 37 Communications of the ACM 21 (1994) - PDF Version (509 Kb)

Computer Programs and Copyright's Fair USe Doctrine, 36 Communications of the ACM 19 (1993)

Liability for Defective Electronic Information, 36 Communications of the ACM 21 (1993)

The Ups and Downs of Look and Feel, 36 Communications of the ACM 29 (1993)

Copyright Law and Electronic Compilations of Data, 35 Communications of the ACM 27 (1992)

Developments on the Intellectual Property Front, 35 Communications of the ACM 33 (1992)

Updating the Copyright Look and Feel Lawsuits, 35 Communications of the ACM 25 (1992)

Digital Media and the Law, Communications of the ACM (1991)

First Amendment Rights for the Information Providers?, 34 Communications of the ACM 19 (1991)

Is Information Property?, 34 Communications of the ACM 15 (1991)

How to Interpret the Lotus Decision (And How Not To), 33 Comm. ACM 27 (1990) - PDF Version (885 Kb)

Interface Specifications, Compatibility, and Intellectual Property Law, 33 Comm. ACM 111 (1990) - PDF Version (490 Kb)

Reverse Engineering Someone Else's Software: Is It Legal?, 7 IEEE Software 90 (1990) - PDF Version (508 Kb)

Should Program Algorithms Be Patented?, 33 Comm. ACM 23 (1990) - PDF Version (1.08 Mb)

Can Hackers Be Sued for Damages Caused By Computer Viruses?, 32 Comm. ACM 666 (1989)

Protecting User Interfaces Through Copyright: The Debate, in Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 97 (1989)

Why the Look and Feel of Software User Interfaces Should Not Be Protected by Copyright Law, 32 Comm. ACM 563 (1989)

Is Copyright Law Steering the Right Course?, 5 IEEE Software 78 (1988) - PDF Version (576 Kb)

Software Development and Licensing Contracts, Curriculum Module SEI-CM-15-1.0, model of software evolution for development projects in different organizational settings. Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, April (1988)

Comments on the Proposed Defense and Federal Acquisition Regulations, 3 Computer L. 6 (1986) - PDF Version (388 Kb)

BOOKS

Software & Internet Law, (Aspen Pub. Co. 2000; 2nd edition 2003) (co-authored with Mark A. Lemley, Peter S. Menell, and Robert P. Merges)

Information Technology, (co-authored with Hal R. Varian), (Jeffrey Frankel & Peter Orszag, eds.), in Economic Policy in the 1990's (2002)

Towards More Sensible Anti-Circumvention Regulations, Proceedings of Financial Cryptography 2000 Conference (2000)

The Future of the Information Society and the Role of Copyright in It, Japanese Intellectual Property Insitute (1998)

Copyright, Digital Data, and Fair Use in Digital Networked Environments, (Daniel Poulin, ed) The Electronic Superhighway: The Shape of Technology and Law to Come (1995)

PUBLISHED ARTICLES

Liability Issues Affecting Electronic Document Delivery, Proceedings of BELLCORE/BCC Conference on Electronic Document Delivery 147

Do Software Copyrights Protect What Programs Do?, 55 Comm. ACM 3 (March 2012) (2012) - PDF Version (183 Kb)

Does Copyright Protection Under the EU Software Directive Extend to Computer Program Behaviour, Languages and Interfaces?, European Intellectual Property Review (2010) vol. 34, issue 3, March 2012 (2012) - PDF Version (531 Kb)

The Past, Present and Future of Software Copyright Interoperability Rules in the European Union and United States, European Intellectual Property Review (2010) vol. 34, issue 4, April 2012 (2012) - PDF Version (453 Kb)

Overcoming Copyright Obstacles in a Post-Google Book Settlement World, Center for Democracy and Technology, CDT Fellows Focus, June 15 (2011) - PDF Version (314 Kb)

Last Chance to Opt Out of the Google Book Settlement, Huffington Post, Jan. 25 (2010) - PDF Version (23 Kb)

Standing up for Copyright: Marybeth Peters and the Google Book Settlement, 58 Journal of the Copyright Society of the USA 1 (Fall 2010) (2010) - PDF Version (319 Kb)

The Google Book Settlement: Real Magic or a Trick, 6 The Economists' Voice, 10 (2009) (2009) - PDF Version (713 Kb)

The Google Settlement, The Nation, vol. 289, no. 17 p. 8, 10 (2009) - PDF Version (130 Kb)

Copyright, Digital Data, and Fair Use in Digital Networked Environments, (Anne Fitzgerald & Brian Fitzgerald, eds.) in Internet and E-Commerce Law: Cases and Materials (2001)

The "New Economy" and Information Technology Policy, (with Hal Varian) A review of information policy in the 1990s. Prepared "Economic Policy During the Clinton Administration" (2001)

The Digital Dilemma: A Persepctive on Intellectual Property in the Information Age, presented at the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference (with Randall Davis) (2000)

Copyright, Commodification, and Censorship: Past as Prologue-But to What Future?, presented at the Commodification of Information Conference (1999)

Digitization: Comments for Panel Session, proceedings of Alai Study Days on the Boundaries of Copyright: Its Proper Limitations and Exceptions 76 (1999)

Intellectual Property and the Digital Economy: Why the Anti-Circumvention Regulations need to be Revised, 14 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 519 (1999) - PDF Version (3.14 Mb)

Internet Law and Policy: A U.S. Perspective, Ameriko Ho 155 (publication of Japanese American Society for Legal Studies) (1999)

Database Debacle, 6.02 Wired 84 (1998)

Facing a Pay-per-use Future, (with Lawrence Lessig) Washington Post, July 13, 1998, p. A21 (1998) - PDF Version (40 Kb)

Fair Use or Fair License?, 6.05 Wired 100 (1998)

Intellectual Property and Economic Development: Opportunities for China in the Information Age, '98 International Symposium on the Protection of Intellectual Property for the 21st Century (1998)

Maximum Copyright, Minimum Use, Wired (1998)

The Digital Rights War, 22 Wilson Quarterly 48 (1998) - PDF Version (1.77 Mb)

Big Media Beaten Back, 5.03 Wired 64 (1997)

Technology Iin and Beyond the Classroom, Berkeley Multimedia Center, prepared for the AALS Experienced Teachers Conference (1997)

Authors' Rights in Cyberspace: Are New International Rules Needed?, First Monday (1996)

The Copyright Grab, 4.01 Wired 134 (1996)

A Framework for a New Legal Regime for the Protection of Software Innovation, 25 Patents & Licensing 23 (1995)

Developments in the Law of the United States: Applying Copyright Law to Computer Programs, in Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on the Legal Protection of Computer Software 357 (1991)

Some Challenges New Information Technologies Pose for Existing Intellectual Property Systems, in Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on the Legal Protection of Computer Software 453 (1991)

ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS

An American Perspective on the SAS v. WPL Case, Kluwer Copyright Blog, Wolters Kluwer, Law and Business (2011) - PDF Version (61 Kb)

DOJ Says No to Google Book Settlement, The Huffington Post, September 20, 2009 (2009)

Google Book Settlement 1.0 is History, The Huffington Post, September 24, 2009 (2009)

Google Books is Not a Library, The Huffington Post, October 13, 2009 (2009)

New Google Books Settlement Aims Only to Placate Governments, The Huffington Post, November 17, 2009 (2009)

The Audacity of the Google Book Search Settlement, The Huffington Post, August 10, 2009 (2009)

Why is the Antitrust Division Investigating the Google Book Search Settlement?, The Huffington Post, August 19, 2009 (2009)

MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS

Is the Proposed Google Book Settlement "Fair"?, AMI- A Magazine for Writers, Media and Information Law (Tijdschrift voor Auteurs, Media and Informatierecht) (2010) - PDF Version (942 Kb)

Upgrade Copyright Law for the Digital Age, San Francisco Chronicle, 26 September 2010 (2010) - PDF Version (1.69 Mb)

SHORT PIECES

Is the Google Book Settlement an Abuse of Class Actions? - PDF Version (330 Kb)

OP-ED PIECES

Copyright: The Aftermath of Aaron Swartz's Death, San Francisco Chronicle, Insight, pp. E5-E6, January 27 (2013) - PDF Version (165 Kb)

A Universal Library is Within Reach, Los Angeles Times, Op-Ed, May 2 (2012) - PDF Version (43 Kb)

Reforming Copyright is Possible, The Chronicle Review, The Chronicle of Higher Education, July 9 (2012) - PDF Version (95 Kb)

In Defiance of the Public Interest, Washington Post, July 13 (1998) - PDF Version (40 Kb)

CHAPTERS

A Square Peg in a Round Hole? Copyright Protection for Computer Programs, in Copyright and the Challenge of the New , (Brad Sherman and Leanne Wiseman, eds., Wolters Kluwer) (2012) - PDF Version (635 Kb)

A Reverse Notice and Takedown Regime to Enabler Public Interest Uses of Technically Protected Copyrighted Works (J. Reichman and G. Dinwoodie), Peer-to-Peer File Sharing and Secondary Liability in Copyright (Alain Strowed ed.), pp 229-304, Edward Elgar (2009) - PDF Version (11.01 Mb)

Privacy as Intellectual Property?, in First Amendment Handbook (James L. Swanson, ed., 2002), portions republished in Internet and E-Commerce Law: Cases and Materials (Anne Fitzgerald & Brian Fitzgerald, 2002), and in Information Privacy Law (Dabuek Solove & Marc Rosenberg, 2003) (2003)

Economic and Constitutional Influences on Copyright Law in the United States, in United States Intellectual Property Law (Hugh Hansen ed., Sweet and Maxwell), (2002)

Copyright, Digital Data, and Fair Use in Digital Networked Environments, (Anne Fitzgerald & Brian Fitzgerald, eds.) in Internet and E-Commerce Law: Cases and Materials (2001)

Five Challenges for Regulating the Global Information Society, in Regulating the Global Information Society (Chris Marsden ed., Routledge) (2000)

The Tensions Between Intellectual Property and Contracts in the Information: An American Perspective, (F.W. Grosheide & K. Boele-Woelki, eds.) in Molengrafica, Europees Privaatrecht (1998)

A Case Study on Computer Programs, (Mitchell B. Wallerstein, Marry E. Mogee, & Robin Schoen, eds. National Academy Press) in Global Dimensions of Intellectual Property Rights in Science and Technology (1993)

Computer Software Copyright Law in the United States: 1992 and Beyond, (A.P. Meijboom & C. Prins, eds., Kluwer Int'l), in The Law of Information Technology in Europe 1992 (1991)

Computer Viruses and Worms: Wrong, A Crime, or Both?, (Peter J. Denning, ed., ACM Press) in Computers Under Attack: Intruders, Worms, & Viruses (1990)

Innovation and Competition: Conflicts Over Intellectual Property Rights in New Technologies, (Vivian Weil & John W. Snapper, eds., Rutgers U. Press) in Owning Scientific and Technical Information: Value and Ethical Issues (1989)

BRIEFS

Brief Amicus Curiae of ACLU, ALA, et al, in the Universal City Studios v. Reimerdes

Brief Amicus Curiae of Copyright Law Professors in Lotus Development Corp. v. Borland Int'l, Inc., Journal of Intellectual Propery Law (vol. 3, issue 103) (1995)