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Contents Introduction Peter K. Yu 1 Originality and Creativity in Copyright Law Russ VerSteeg 2 Borrowing Olufunmilayo Arewa 3 Who Is an Author? Mary LaFrance 4 Authorship by Legal Fiction: Employer's Copyrights in Works Made for Hire Deborah S. Tussey 5 Copyright Duration: Theories and Practice Tyler T. Ochoa 6 Fair Use and Social Practices Michael J. Madison 7 First Sale? Brett Frischmann 8 Copyright Issues in Fandom Rebecca Tushnet 9 Copynorms: Copyright Law and Social Norms Mark F. Schultz 10 Finding Safe Harbors for Speech: Internet Service Providers and Copyright Law Matt Jackson 11 To Observe and Protect? How Digital Rights Management Systems Threaten Privacy and What Policymakers Should Do About It Ian Kerr 12 Library Copyright Issues Laura N. Gasaway 13 Collective Rights Organizations Lydia Pallas Loren 14 Creative Commons Michael W. Carroll 15 Open Source Software and Information Wealth Greg R. Vetter 16 Concentration in the Copyright Industries Ronald V. Bettig 17 Copyright Law and Black Musicians Kevin J. Greene 18 The Propertization of Copyright Michael A. Carrier 19 Virtual Property and the Overextension of Copyright Licensing Online Joshua A.T. Fairfield 20 Resistance in the Digital World Debora Halbert Index About the Editor and Contributors
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Intellectual property -- United States.
Copyright -- United States.