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From Bards To Search Engines: Finding What Readers Want From Ancient Times To The World Wide Web, Stephen Maurer Dec 2015

From Bards To Search Engines: Finding What Readers Want From Ancient Times To The World Wide Web, Stephen Maurer

Stephen M. Maurer

Copyright theorists often ask how incentives can be designed to create better books, movies, and art. But this is not the whole story. As the Roman satirist Martial pointed out two thousand years ago, markets routinely ignore good and even excellent works. The insight reminds us that incentives to find content are just as necessary as incentives to make it. Recent social science research explains why markets fail and how timely interventions can save deserving titles from oblivion. This article reviews society’s long struggle to fix the vagaries of search since the invention of literature. We build on this ...


"Statutory Damages" In Copyright Law And The Mp3.Com Case, Michael B. Landau Oct 2014

"Statutory Damages" In Copyright Law And The Mp3.Com Case, Michael B. Landau

Michael B. Landau

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Brooklyn Institute Of Arts And Sciences V. City Of New York: The Death Of The Subsidy And The Birth Of The Entitlement In Funding Of The Arts, Danielle E. Caminiti Mar 2000

Brooklyn Institute Of Arts And Sciences V. City Of New York: The Death Of The Subsidy And The Birth Of The Entitlement In Funding Of The Arts, Danielle E. Caminiti

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

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The ‘Enticing Images’ Doctrine: An Emerging Principle In First Amendment Jurisprudence, Clay Calvert Mar 2000

The ‘Enticing Images’ Doctrine: An Emerging Principle In First Amendment Jurisprudence, Clay Calvert

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Open Source Software The Success Of An Alternative Intellectual Property Incentive Paradigm, Marcus Maher Mar 2000

Open Source Software The Success Of An Alternative Intellectual Property Incentive Paradigm, Marcus Maher

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Warning: Wearing Eyeglasses May Subject You To Additional Liability And Other Foibles Of Post-Diana Newsgathering: An Analysis Of California’S Civil Code Section 1708.8, David A. Browde Mar 2000

Warning: Wearing Eyeglasses May Subject You To Additional Liability And Other Foibles Of Post-Diana Newsgathering: An Analysis Of California’S Civil Code Section 1708.8, David A. Browde

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Internet And Decisional Institutions The Structural Advantages Of Online Common Law Regulation, Thomas K. Richards Mar 2000

The Internet And Decisional Institutions The Structural Advantages Of Online Common Law Regulation, Thomas K. Richards

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Virtual Reality: Can We Ride Trademark Law To Surf Cyberspace, David Yan Mar 2000

Virtual Reality: Can We Ride Trademark Law To Surf Cyberspace, David Yan

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Defining New York’S Statutory Right Of Privacy: A Case Comment On Messenger V. Gruner + Jahr Printing And Publishing, Michael C. Hartmere Mar 2000

Defining New York’S Statutory Right Of Privacy: A Case Comment On Messenger V. Gruner + Jahr Printing And Publishing, Michael C. Hartmere

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


To Tax Or Not To Tax: Is A Non-Resident Tennis Player's Endorsement Income Subject To Taxation In The United States?, John J. Coneys, Jr. Mar 1999

To Tax Or Not To Tax: Is A Non-Resident Tennis Player's Endorsement Income Subject To Taxation In The United States?, John J. Coneys, Jr.

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Deflowering Of The Parthenon: A Legal And Moral Analysis On Why The "Elgin Marbles" Must Be Returned To Greece, Michael J. Reppas Ii Mar 1999

The Deflowering Of The Parthenon: A Legal And Moral Analysis On Why The "Elgin Marbles" Must Be Returned To Greece, Michael J. Reppas Ii

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Special 301 In China And Mexico: A Policy Which Fails To Consider How Politics, Economics, And Culture Affect Legal Change Under Civil Law Systems Of Developing Countries, Keshia B. Haskins Mar 1999

Special 301 In China And Mexico: A Policy Which Fails To Consider How Politics, Economics, And Culture Affect Legal Change Under Civil Law Systems Of Developing Countries, Keshia B. Haskins

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Www.Foreign Corporation.Com: The United States Taxation Of International Business Transactions Conducted Over The Internet, Auri Weitz Mar 1999

Www.Foreign Corporation.Com: The United States Taxation Of International Business Transactions Conducted Over The Internet, Auri Weitz

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Agricultural Disparagement Statutes: Tainted Beef, Tainted Speech, And Tainted Law, Margot S. Fell Mar 1999

Agricultural Disparagement Statutes: Tainted Beef, Tainted Speech, And Tainted Law, Margot S. Fell

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Give The Dead Their Day In Court: Implying A Private Cause Of Action For Defamation Of The Dead From Criminal Libel Statutes, Raymond Iryami Mar 1999

Give The Dead Their Day In Court: Implying A Private Cause Of Action For Defamation Of The Dead From Criminal Libel Statutes, Raymond Iryami

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Trademark Vigilance In The Twenty-First Century: A Pragmatic Approach, Peter S. Sloane, Bret I. Parker, Eric A. Prager, Kathleen Donohue Mar 1999

Trademark Vigilance In The Twenty-First Century: A Pragmatic Approach, Peter S. Sloane, Bret I. Parker, Eric A. Prager, Kathleen Donohue

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Extraterritorial Reach Of United States Trademark Law: A Review Of Recent Decisions Under The Lanham Act, Erika M. Brown Mar 1999

The Extraterritorial Reach Of United States Trademark Law: A Review Of Recent Decisions Under The Lanham Act, Erika M. Brown

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.