Law and Technology    (LAWTECH 2002)

November 6 – 8, 2002
Cambridge, MA, USA
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Track Privacy, Property, and Personality FreeSubscription
375-017A Anonymity, Consumers and the Internet: Where Everyone Knows You're a Dog
L. Edwards (UK)
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375-017B Marilyn Monroe, Push Spice and Me: Personality, Property and Privacy
C. Waelde (UK)
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375-017C Privacy, Property or Permission? Need our Models for Regulating Personal Genetic Material be Mutually Exclusive?
G. Laurie (UK)
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Track Privacy Law and Regulation FreeSubscription
375-014 Online Personal Data Licensing
S.-C. Cha and Y.-J. Joung (Taiwan)
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375-843 Legal Liability for Security Lapses and Breaches
J. Klosek (USA)
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Track Intellectual Property FreeSubscription
375-005 Patenting Advanced Search Engines of Multimedia Databases
H. Sasaki and Y. Kiyoki (Japan)
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375-029 The Property Interests in a Web Site in the Absence of a Written Agreement
J.H. Warmund (USA)
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375-812 Databases as Intellectual Property: New Legal and Regulatory Approaches
J. Lipton (USA)
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375-846 Patent License Recordation In United States And Foreign Countries
D.J. Dykeman and D.W. Kopko (USA)
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375-857 Role Reversal: Resolving IP Disclosure Problems with Standards Setting Organizations
T.A. Hendricks and M.L. Oliverio (USA)
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Track Technology FreeSubscription
375-027 Personal Identification of Bank Robbers by Morphometric Image Analysis - An Italian Experience
G. Mastronardi, F. Introna, M.D. Fabiano, and A. Venosa (Italy)
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375-036 A Study of Content Fingerprinting for Multicast Networks
Y. Takahashi, T. Aoki, and H. Yasuda (Japan)
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375-038 Strict Products Liability for Software Code Defects
C. Savage Turner, J.K. Fox, and D.J. Richardson (USA)
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375-832 On the Role of Model-based Reasoning in Decision Support in Crime Investigation
J. Keppens and J. Zeleznikow (UK)
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375-838 Effect of Visual Elements on the Perception of Jurors in Computer Re-enactments of Crime Scenes
G. Derksen (UK)
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375-848 The Impact of New Technologies on Labor Law Sources
M. Delfino, M. Esposito, G. Natullo, R. Santucci, P. Saracini, and L. Zoppoli (Italy)
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375-849 Cognitive Hacking: Technological and Legal Issues
G. Cybenko, A. Giani, C. Heckman, and P. Thompson (USA)
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375-850 Patenting Architectural Features of Software
E. Brown (Canada)
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Track Software Products and Law FreeSubscription
375-826 Building Decision Support Systems to Support Legal Negotiation
J. Zeleznikow (UK), E. Bellucci, and J. Hodgkin (Australia)
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375-835 Evaluation of Open Source Licensing Models for a Company Developing Mass Market Software
M. Välimäki (Finland) and V. Oksanen (USA)
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375-851 Back to the Future: Legal Aspects of Current Outsourcing Practices
B.P. Langlois (France)
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375-856 Forensic Applications of Software Analysis
D. Rowley and S. Ramakrishnan (Australia)
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Track Digital Rights and Legislation FreeSubscription
375-026 Can the Fair Use of Digital Works be Automated: Digital Rights Management and the Proposed Digital Choice and Freedom Act
G.M. Secor (USA)
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375-828 Legal Protection of Mobile P2P Databases
O. Pitkänen, P. Virtanen, and M. Välimäki (Finland)
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375-840 Digital Rights Management in Information Publishing
A.H. Salden, E.-J. Goedvolk, H. ter Doest, R. Kersemakers, D. Slijp, and C. Prins (The Netherlands)
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Track Internet Law FreeSubscription
375-816 "Don't Shoot the Messenger?" The UK and Online Intermediary Liability
G. Sutter (UK)
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375-818 Fighting Keywords: Freedom of Functional Expression in Software
R. Plotkin (USA)
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375-823 Should Advances in Internet Filtering Technology Affect Regulatory Choices?
J. Whitehead (Canada)
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375-829 Prototyping a Legal Decision Support System: A Case Study
J. Kingston, L. Edwards, and J. Hall (UK)
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375-831 The Rule of Law, Jurisdiction and the Internet
U. Kohl (UK)
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375-853 The Interplay of Web Aggregation and Regulations
H. Zhu, S.E. Madnick, and M.D. Siegel (USA)
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Track Electronic Commerce FreeSubscription
375-814 UNCITRAL and Electronic Signatures: A Light Touch at Harmonisation
I. Carr (UK)
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375-852 Evaluating Software for Electronic Contracts
M. Mira da Silva (Portugal)
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This publication covers the following topics: Privacy, Property, and Personality; Privacy Law and Regulation; Intellectual Property; Technology; Software Products and Law; Digital Rights and Legislation; Internet Law; and Electronic Commerce.

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