Volume 14, Issue 2 (Symposium 1999)

Symposium | The Legal and Policy Framework for Global Electronic Commerce – A Progress Report

  • Foreword
    by Kalama Lui-Kwan and Kurt Opsahl
  • Intellectual Property and the Digital Economy: Why the Anti-Circumvention Regulations Need to Be Revised
    by Pamela Samuelson
  • Commentary: Black Holes of Innovation in the Software Arts
    by Mark A. Haynes
  • As Many as Six Impossible Patents Before Breakfast: Property Rights for Business Concepts and Patent System Reform
    by Robert P. Merges
  • Of Governments and Governance
    by A. Michael Froomkin
  • Progressing Towards a Uniform Commercial Code for Electronic Commerce or Racing Towards Nonuniformity?
    by Maureen A. O’Rourke
  • The New Money
    by Kerry Lynn Macintosh
  • Clash of the Titans: Regulating the Competition Between Established and Emerging Electronic Payment Systems
    by Jane Kaufman Winn
  • Old and New Issues in the Taxation of Electronic Commerce
    by David L. Forst
  • The Speed Gap: Broadband Infrastructure and Electronic Commerce
    by Howard A. Shelanski
  • Standardizing Government Standard-Setting Policy for Electronic Commerce
    by Mark A. Lemley
  • The Limits in Open Code: Regulatory Standards and the Future of the Net
    by Lawrence Lessig
  • Restoring Americans’ Privacy in Electronic Commerce
    by Joel R. Reidenberg
  • Database Protection at the Crossroads: Recent Developments and Their Impact on Science and Technology
    by J. H. Reichman and Paul F. Uhlir
  • Electronic Commerce, Hackers, and the Search for Legitimacy: A Regulatory Proposal
    by Michael Lee, Sean Pak, Tae Kim, David Lee, Aaron Schapiro and Tamer Francis
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