Technology law and T Guide - Resources and Review

Addresses issues in law and policy for high technology.
Journal publishing articles relating to legal and policy aspects of various technology issues. Student submissions are encouraged.
Range of documents designed to develop technical standards and bring a consensus to the field of energy research, complete with a list of voluntary, federal, and general organisations involved in the setting of these standards, and directives including policies, orders, notices, manuals, and guides. Full text of approved and draft DOE technical standards are available as HTML and PDF files, and are searchable by keyword, document number, and functional area.
Journal edited and published twice each year by the students of the School of Law, University of California at Berkeley. Includes articles, essays, book reviews, case notes and comments concerning any aspect of the relationship between technology and the law. Abstracts and full text available.
Full text book examining US intellectual property rights in relation to digital technology. Discusses the emergence of the digital dilemma as a result of changing technologies and the importance of digital information, and looks at associated problems in terms of archiving, private and fair use, copyright, and technical protection. Specific opportunities and problems experienced by the music industry are detailed, and general recommendations are made regarding public access, individual behaviour, progress, research, and law and public policy.
Archive of the journal published by the CTI Law Technology Centre from 1991 to 1996, later superceded by the Journal of Information Law and Technology.
Source of legal information for intellectual property law and technology law. Includes general information and details of cases involving patents, trademarks, copyright and federal bills. Also offers access to legal resources such as associations, commercial services, journals and magazines.
JILT is a peer reviewed publication of interest to legal academics internationally, as well as to anyone interested in technology as it relates to the study and practice of law. This electronic journal has been funded under the Electronic Libraries Programme.
The Harvard Journal of Law and Technology (JOLT) provides an insight into the legal implications of emerging technologies. JOLT has published articles on varied topics, including biotechnology, computers, international technology transfer, intellectual property, medical technologies, and telecommunications.
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