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JOURNALS & LAW REVIEWS

Ayers, Irene Segal, International Copyright Law and the Electronic Media Rights of Authors and Publishers Hastngs Communications and Entertainment Law Journal, 1999, 22 Hastings Comm. & Ent. L.J. 29.

Bendotoff, Mary Anne, Note: Intellectual Reserve, Inc. v. Utah Lighthouse Ministry, Inc.: Fair Use, the First Amendment, and the Freedom to Link, University of San Francisco Law Review, 2000, 35 U.S.F.L. Rev. 83.

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Forhan, Michael A., Note: Tasini v. New York Times: The Write Stuff for Copyright Law? Capital University Law Review, 1999, 27 Cap. UL Rev. 863

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Hardy, Trotter, Article: The Internet and the Law: Copyright and "New Use" Technologies, Nova Law Review, Winter 1999, 23 Nova L. Rev. 657

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Kerr, Teresa N., Comment: Bowie Bonding in the Music Biz: Will Music Royalty be the Key to the Gold for Music Industry Participants? UCLA Entertainment Law Review, Spring 2000, 7 UCLA Ent. L. Rev. 367

Laughlin, Gregory Kent, Article: Who Owns the Copyright to Faculty-Created Web Sites?: The Work-for-Hire Doctrine's Applicability to Internet Resources Created for Distance Learning and Traditional Classroom Courses, Boston College Law Review, May 2000, 41 BC L. Rev. 549

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OTHER ARTICLES

Adler, Allan. "A Look at . . . Whose Ideas, Anyway? Preserve Copyrights -- And Protect Us All." The Washington Post 1 Nov. 1998: C03.

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Baker, John F. "Hot Deals." Publishers Weekly 28 Aug. 2000: 16.

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Donald, Mark. "Move Over Mr. Guttenberg -- Dallas Internet Entrepeneur Patrck Seaman is Hunting for the "Killer App" to Create the Next Revolution in Publishing." Dallas Observer. 13 July 2000: Features 1.

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