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Intellectual property -- United States

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View Resource Copyright and Fair Use

Stanford University Libraries, FindLaw, and the Council on Library Resources have made available a pointers page on copyright and fair use. The site is divided into four main categories: Primary Materials; Current Legislation, Cases and Issues; Resources on the Internet; and Overview of Copyright Law. Each section is divided into subsections that contain the pointers, many of which are annotated....

https://fairuse.stanford.edu/
View Resource Intellectual Property and the National Information Infrastructure: The Report of the Working Group on Intellectual Property Rights

Secretary of Commerce Ronald H. Brown, Chairman of the White House Information Infrastructure Task Force (IITF), has released a report on Intellectual Property and the National Information Infrastructure. The Report, written by the IITF Working Group on Intellectual Property Rights chaired by Assistant Secretary of Commerce and Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks Bruce A. Lehman, explains...

http://www1.biologie.uni-hamburg.de/b-online/e00/executive.h...
View Resource US Copyright Office Search Copyright Records: Registrations and Documents

The Copyright Office started pilot testing in mid-2001 a new user interface designed for first-time or occasional users of their three databases: registered works, serials, and documents. Their Telnet system LOCIS will still be available, but this site should help novices search for copyrights more effectively. Online information includes works registered since 1978, and records and index terms...

https://www.copyright.gov/search/
View Resource IP @ The National Academies

This new site from the National Academies highlights their work on intellectual property issues. The heart of the site is the Library section, which provides annotated links to National Academies documents listed either by topic (e.g., Antitrust, Database Protection, International Harmonization) or sector (e.g., Biotech, Software). The site also provides a calendar of upcoming events and an online...

http://sites.nationalacademies.org/pga/step/IPManagement/ind...
View Resource The Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS)

This site about Internet-related crime is a service of the US Department of Justice. It contains a tremendous amount of information concerning intellectual property and computer crimes. Federal policies, specific cases, laws, and government testimony are all covered on the site. There are also news updates, including information about the recent sentencing of the creator of the Melissa computer...

https://www.justice.gov/criminal-ccips
View Resource Federal Laboratory Consortium Technology Transfer Desk Reference

Released this month, the Technology Transfer Desk Reference is a publication of the Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer (FLC). It is a 200-page guide that defines technology transfer, explains why it is important, and discusses how to implement it effectively. Although it is targeted at federal laboratories, other organizations can benefit from the material as well. For instance,...

http://globals.federallabs.org/pdf/T2_Desk_Reference.pdf
View Resource Intellectual Property and the U.S. Economy: Industries in Focus (PDF)

This 76-page report prepared by the Economics and Statistics Administration and the United States Patent and Trademark Office makes the case that, far from being secondary to the task, trademarks and other intellectual property (IP) rights provide the very bedrock by which the United States expands its economy and makes its place in the world. Key findings of the report include the fact that the...

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