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by Anne W. Branscomb

eBook Who Owns Information?: From Privacy To Public Access download ISBN: 046509175X
Author: Anne W. Branscomb
Publisher: Basic Books; First Printing edition (June 8, 1994)
Language: English
Pages: 256
ePub: 1304 kb
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Rating: 4.1
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Subcategory: Constitutional Law

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Who Owns Information? book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. by. Anne W. Branscomb. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Anne Wells Branscomb

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.

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.
Comments: (3)
Zamo
You need to understand that information and knowledge are the key to overcoming or finding the most efficient way to solve a problem. Humanity's infrastructure has created a tremendous amount of infrastructure. It is critical, for the person who would be effective, to take a perspective of where the information may lie and how to best access it.

This book is not the most focused response to approaching this very fundamental problem - it is more a technical study for a subquestion in information science and policy. But it IS something that will begin to steer one in the right direction of developing a perspective of how to map knowledge in society - who owns it, where it is in society, and how to begin accessing it. The necessary skills are that this helps with is in developing a nascent understanding of the economics of information and knowledge sharing.
Jockahougu
Information privacy is a dynamic field. This is a good introductory book to key concepts. It is also a nice guide to key legal decisions that have influenced current information privacy policy in the United States. The legal cases are presented in an approachable, narrative form -- not a lot of legal mumbo-jumbo. The only shortcoming of this book is that it was published in 1994. A lot has changed since then. Even so, I recommend it as a starting point for those just stepping into the realm of information privacy.
Wishamac
An older book with relevant questions for today: Who owns your:
1) Name and Address
2) Telephone #
3) Medical History
4) Image
5) Electronic Messages
6) Video Entertainment
7) Religious Information
8) Computer Software
9) Government Information