Drawing on eleven case studies, a communications lawyer addresses the issue of who owns information, explaining the ramifications of the ownership of medical records, telephone numbers, personal names, culture, computer software, and more.
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(203mm x 127mm x 13mm)
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Author Biography - Anne Wells Branscomb
Anne Wells Branscomb a communications and computer lawyer, is a legal scholar-in-residence at Harvard University's Program on Information Resources Policy. A frequent contributor to both popular and professional journals on the relationship of information technology to the law, she is the editor of Toward a Law of Global Communications Networks.