The IT / Digital Legal Companion : A Comprehensive Business Guide to Software, IT, Internet, Media and IP Law
By: Landy, Gene K.
Contributor(s): Mastrobattista, Amy J.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2014Description: 1 online resource (1254 p.).ISBN: 9780080558820.Subject(s): Data protection - Law and legislation - United States | Electronic commerce - Law and legislation - United States | Information technology - United States | Intellectual property - United States - Law and legislation | Internet - Law and legislation - United States | Internet --Law and legislation --United States. Electronic commerce --Law and legislation --United States. Data protection --Law and legislation --United States. Intellectual property --Law and legislGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The IT / Digital Legal Companion : A Comprehensive Business Guide to Software, IT, Internet, Media and IP LawDDC classification: 343.0999 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Front Cover; The IT/Digital LegalCompanion; Copyright Page; Dedication Page; Contents; Acknowledgment by Gene Landy; A Note from the Authors; About the Authors; About the Authors' Law Firm; Form Downloading Instructions; Chapter 1: Introduction: Using this Book to Build Value; Your Need to Know Digital Business Law; Who is this Book For?; Organization of this Book; Approach of this Book; Understanding and Using Intellectual Property; Doing Deals; Understanding and Dealing with Legal Risk Factors; Global Perspective; Focusing on Your End Game from the Beginning; How to Use this Book
Using the Legal FormsLimits to the Contents of this Book; Legal Counsel; Chapter 2: Digital Copyright Basics; Some History; Copyright Counts!; In this Chapter; The Nature of a Copyright; What Is Covered by US Copyright Law?; What Is a Computer Program under Copyright Law?; The (Very Modest) Requirement of Originality; Copyright and Musical Works; Exclusive Rights under Copyright Law; Expressions vs. Ideas and Methods; How to Get a Copyright; Copyright vs. Other Kinds of Intellectual Property (IP); Duration of Copyright Protection; Public Domain; Notice; Copyright Registration; Infringement
Derivative WorksWorks Made for Hire; More on Work Made for Hire; Work Made for Hire Clauses in Contracts; Note on the Right to Revoke Copyright Grants and Transfer after 35 Years; California Law Issue Involving Work Made for Hire Clauses; Problems When Parties Fail to Specify Who Is to Own the Copyright; Fair Use; Factor-Based Analysis; Fair Use and Personal Copying; The First Sale Rule; Thin Copyright Protection for Computer Databases; Copy Protection Technology and Anticircumvention Law; Digital Rights Management Technology and Anticircumvention; Anticircumvention Law Concepts
What Is Illegal under Anticircumvention Law?Absence of Defenses; Registering Your Copyright; How Copyright Registration Works; Advantages of Copyright Registration; Statutory Damages under the Copyright Act; Getting a Good Shot at Attorneys' Fees; Filing for Timely Copyright Registration; Presumption of Validity of Your Copyright; Making Copyright Registration a Regular Practice; Recording Assignments and Exclusive Licenses; Criminal Copyright Violations; More on Copyright Law; Conclusion; Chapter 3: Copyrights on the Internet, for Software Protection and Around the World; In this Chapter
Topic One: Copyright and the InternetExample; Analysis of Web Functions; Links; Deep Linking; Framing; Linking and Peer-to-Peer Copying; The DMCA Notice-and-Take-Down Rules; Protection from Libel Claims; More on Copyright and the Internet; Topic Two: Copyright and Software Protection; Unauthorized Copying of Copyrighted Computer Code; Piracy; Private Illegal Copying; Pieces of Software Programs; No Protection for Functional Elements Inherent in the Idea of the Application; No Protection for Commonly Used Software Elements
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To compete effectively in digital business markets, you need to understand how the law affects your digital technology business. <br><br>The contents include detailed plain English business and legal guidance on:<br><br>* Securing Intellectual Property for Digital Business<br>* Digital Contract Fundamentals<br>* Open Source Rules and Strategies<br>* Development, Consulting and Outsourcing<br>* Software as a Service<br>* Business Software Licensing, Partnering and Distribution<br>* Web and Internet Agreements<br>* Privacy on the Internet<br>* Digital Multimedia Content Clearance and Distributio
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