Legal and Regulatory Issues in the Information Economy/Further Reading

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  • Baumer, David and J. Carl Poindexter. 2001. Cyberlaw and e-commerce. McGraw-Hill/Irwin.
  • Berners-Lee, Tim. 1999. Weaving the Web: the original design and ultimate destiny of the World Wide Web by its inventor. Harper San Francisco.
  • Black, Sharon K. 2001. Telecommunications law in the Internet age.1stedition. Morgan Kaufmann.
  • Casey, Eoghan. 2000. Digital evidence and computer crime. Academic Press.
  • Ferrera, Gerald R. et al. 2000. Cyberlaw: text and cases. 1st edition. South-Western College Pub.
  • Girasa, Rosario. Cyberlaw: National and International Perspectives.
  • Hiller, Janine and Ronnie Cohen. 2002. Internet Law and Policy. 1st edition. Prentice Hall.
  • Hitcock, David. Patent searching made easy: how to do patent searching on the Internet and in the library. 2nd edition. Nolo Press.
  • Isenberg, Doug. 2002. GigaLaw guide to Internet law. Random House.
  • Lessig, Lawrence. 1999. Code and other laws of cyberspace. New York: Basic Books.
  • Lessig, Lawrence. 2001. The future of ideas: the fate of the commons in a connected world. New York: Random House.
  • Litman, Jessica. 2001. Digital copyright. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books.
  • Rosenberg, Donald K. (2000). Open source: the unauthorized white papers. John Wiley & Sons.
  • Stallman, Richard, Lawrence, Lessig and Joshua Gay. (2002). Free software, free society: Selected essays of Richard Stallman. Free Software Foundation.
  • Vaidhyanathan, Siva. 2001. Copyrights and copywrongs: the rise of IP and how it threatens creativity. New York University Press.