Intellectual Property for the Internet
Lewis C. Lee, J. Scott Davidson
Wiley Law Publications, 1997 - Law - 299 pages
Intellectual Property for the Internet is a comprehensive, practical
handbook for attorneys, business managers, and software developers who need to
understand and protect Internet technologies and content.
Each chapter examines a specific technology of the Internet. You'll get
valuable analysis of what parts of the technology are protectable, and how
they can be protected with patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets.
Technologies covered include :
Wire-based and wireless networks
Information database management systems
And applications software
You'll also get a look into copyright and trademark protection for Internet
content and domain usage as well as international protection strategies.
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