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Hollywood v. Silicon Valley: Make New Code, Not War
In the digital age, the old way of protecting ideas simply won't work anymore, columnist Lawrence Lessig avers. A new set of policies is needed to protect digital content.
CIO Insight, June 17, 2002 Read more » about Hollywood v. Silicon Valley: Make New Code, Not War
Emily Somma is the author of After the Rain, A New Adventure for Peter Pan, a children's book in which present day children rescue Peter Pan from Neverland so he can grow up. J.M. Barrie's original Peter Pan books are in the public domain, copyright having expired. Copyrights on plays and a musical based on the Peter Pan books are still subsisting in the U.K., however, and the owner of those copyrights has alleged that Somma's book infringes these and its lawyer has sent her a cease and desist letter. CIS has agreed to represent Emily Somma in this matter. Read more » about Cyberlaw Clinic To Represent Author of New Peter Pan Adventure Book