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Bouchat V. Baltimore Ravens: The Fourth Circuit Adopts The Strinkingly Similar Doctrine To Infer Proof Of Access, Douglas R. Arntsen Dec 2003

Bouchat V. Baltimore Ravens: The Fourth Circuit Adopts The Strinkingly Similar Doctrine To Infer Proof Of Access, Douglas R. Arntsen

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

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Panel Ii: Mickey Mice? Potential Ramifications Of Eldred V. Ashcroft, David O. Carson, Eben Moglen, Wendy Seltzer, Charles Sims Mar 2003

Panel Ii: Mickey Mice? Potential Ramifications Of Eldred V. Ashcroft, David O. Carson, Eben Moglen, Wendy Seltzer, Charles Sims

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Slowing Down The Speed Of Sound: A Transatlantic Race To Head Off Digital Copyright Infringement, Eleanor M. Lackman Jan 2003

Slowing Down The Speed Of Sound: A Transatlantic Race To Head Off Digital Copyright Infringement, Eleanor M. Lackman

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


A Primer On U.S. Intellectual Property Rights Applicable To Music Information Retrieval Systems, Michael W. Carroll Jan 2003

A Primer On U.S. Intellectual Property Rights Applicable To Music Information Retrieval Systems, Michael W. Carroll

Articles in Law Reviews & Other Academic Journals

Digital technology has had a significant impact on the ways in which music information can be stored, transmitted, and used. Within the information sciences, music information retrieval has become an increasingly important and complex field. This brief article is addressed primarily to those involved in the design and implementation of systems for storing and retrieving digital files containing musical notation, recorded music, and relevant metadata – hereinafter referred to as a Music Information Retrieval System (“MIRS”). In particular, this group includes information specialists, software engineers, and the attorneys who advise them. Although peer-to-peer computer applications, such as Napster’s MusicShare or ...


Economic Justice: Copyright Owners, Performers, And Users, Edward Samuels Jan 2003

Economic Justice: Copyright Owners, Performers, And Users, Edward Samuels

NYLS Law Review

No abstract provided.