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VOLUME 5, ISSUE 1-2

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1
Making Copyright Whole: A Principled Approach to Copyright Exceptions and LimitationsView abstract
Daniel J. GervaisPages 1-41
2
Over 5 Billion Not Served: The TRIPS Compulsory Licensing Export RestrictionView abstract
Cameron HutchisonPages 43-78
3
The Democracy of FLOSS: Software Procurement under the Democratic PrincipleView abstract
Marcelo ThompsonPages 79-124
4
The Criminal Phenomenon on the Internet: Hallmarks of Criminals and Victims Revisited through Typical Cases ProsecutedView abstract
Xingan LiPages 125-140
5
Commentary on Fichte’s “The Illegality of the Unauthorised Reprinting of Books”: An Essay on Intellectual Property During the Age of the EnlView abstract
Graham MayedaPages 141-198
6
Can the Reasonable Person Still be “Highly Offended”? An Invitation to Consider the Civil Law Tradition’s Personality Rights–Based Approach View abstract
Karen EltisPages 199-220
7
Code, Access to Knowledge and the Law: The Governance of Knowledge in the Digital AgeView abstract
Antonios BroumasPages 221-259

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