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Value and relevancy of information;

User data, .NET Frameworks, active desktops, Windows Power Shell & XML schema’s

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Attributed blogging..

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  1. Note: DOI and digital copyright / patent law, denoting indec content model, intellectual property rights and indecs – referencing prior research on ‘major international treaties..Bernes Convention and WIPO CopyRight Treaty’


    Putting forward a change in copyright laws, capabilities of modern browsers and the consideration, as standard, of the developers who’s objectives are to realise it.

    extracts from, Travis, Hannibal (2008). “Opting Out of the Internet in the United States and the European Union: Copyright, Safe Harbors, and International Law”. Notre Dame Law Review, vol. 84, p. 384 (President and Trustees of Notre Dame University in South Bend, Indiana). http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1221642. Retrieved June 9, 2010.

    This Article analyzes the legal and human rights implications of efforts by copyright owners such to “opt out” of the Internet in general, and out of Web 2.0 sites in particular. I argue that courts and legislatures should reject the argument by copyright owners that absent a license agreement respecting a copyrighted work, technology and Internet companies should be forced to monitor for and technologically filter out any quotations or clips on their sites unless a copyright owner affirmatively “opts in” to being included on a given site. Instead of this type of an “opt-in” framework, judges and policymakers should permit Internet companies to respond to allegations of infringement by removing offending files from their sites, and should require copyright owners to identify the location of specific infringing files on the Internet with adequate detail to enable Internet companies to investigate allegations of infringement. This “opt out” framework will better preserve technological innovation and freedom of expression than would an “opt in” system, which would establish copyright holders and Internet companies as more intrusive filters of Internet users’ speech.

    Reference, WIPO. New databases on IP law and case studies: WIPO Lex and IP Advantage

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