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by Anne W. Branscomb
Author: Anne W. Branscomb
Publisher: Basic Books; First Printing edition (June 8, 1994)
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Branscomb, Anne W. Publication date. Similar battles are raging over who owns the airwaves and computer-user interfaces, and one of the most vituperative information wars is going on among academics over who owns the words on the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Branscomb, Anne W. In this engaging, sometimes poignant, often hilarious book, Anne Wells Branscomb elucidates such conflicts.
by Anne W. Drawing on eleven case studies, a communications lawyer addresses the issue of who owns information, explaining the ramifications of the ownership of medical records, telephone numbers, personal names, culture, computer software, and more.
The US is becoming an d culture, and technological innovations of the last two decades have outstripped the ability of our laws to resolve the problems that arise from them. Branscomb, a Harvard-based policy analyst, outlines the issues - many of them far-reaching and clearly in want of attention - surrounding control of the masses of information now being collected and disseminated.
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Anne Wells Branscomb. This is a unique book by a very respected scholar. It methodically goes, chapter by chapter, over who owns your name and address (the . The answers are not always obvious.
Federal Government Information Technology: Electronic Record Systems and Individual Privacy. New York, NY: Basic, 1994. Office of Technology Assessment, 1986. 45. Holtzman, David H. Privacy Lost: How Technology Is Endangering Your Privacy. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2006.