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Books

Works in a Collection

  1. Smart, William D. "Writing Code in the Field: Implications for Robot Software Development." Software Engineering for Experimental Robotics. Ed. Brugali, Davide. Berlin: Springer, 2007. 93-105. Print.

Journal Articles

  1. Bellia, Patricia L. "Defending Cyberproperty." New York University Law Review 79 (2004): 2164-273. Print.
  2. Chintapalli, Satish. "MDY Industries v. Blizzard Entertainment: Preventing the Use of Software Robots in an Online Game with Copyright Law." North Carolina Journal of Law & Technology Online Edition 10 (2008): 1-16. Web. Feb. 25 2012. <http://www.ncjolt.org/sites/default/files/Chintapalli_Sathish.pdf>.
  3. Hall, Katherine C. "Deconstructing a Robotic Toy: Unauthorized Circumvention and Trafficking in Technology." Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal 20 (2004): 411-67. Print.
  4. Leary, Matthew J. "Welding the Hood Shut: The Copyrightability of Operational Outputs and the Software Aftermarket in Maintenance and Operations." Boston University Law Review 85 (2005): 1389-438. Print.
  5. Peterson, Mark Edward. "The UAV and the Current and Future Regulatory Construct for Integration into the National Airspace System." Journal of Air Law and Commerce 71 (2006): 521-612. Print.
  6. Ralston, William T. "Copyright in Computer-Composed Music: Hal Meets Handel." Journal of the Copyright Society of the U.S.A. 52 (2005): 281-307. Print.
  7. Rao, Dana S. "Neural Networks: Here, There, and Everywhere -- an Examination of Available Intellectual Property Protection for Neural Networks in Europe and the United States." George Washington Journal of International Law and Economics 30 (1996-1997): 509-39. Print.
  8. Samuelson, Pamela. "Contu Revisited: The Case against Copyright Protection for Computer Programs in Machine-Readable Form." Duke Law Journal 1984 (1984): 663-769. Print.
  9. Samuelson, Pamela. "Allocating Ownership Rights in Computer-Generated Works." University of Pittsburgh Law Review 47 (1986): 1185-228. Print.
  10. Samuelson, Pamela, and Jason Schulz. "Should Copywright Owners Have to Give Notice of Their Use of Technical Protection Measures?" Journal of Telecommunications & High Technology Law 6 (2007). Print.
  11. Soghoian, Christopher. "Caveat Venditor: Technologically Protected Subsidized Goods and the Customers Who Hack Them." Northwestern Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property 6 (2007): 46-93. Print.
  12. Vertinsky, Liza, and Todd M. Rice. "Thinking About Thinking Machines: Implications of Machine Inventors for Patent Law." Boston University Journal of Science and Technology Law 8 (2002): 574-613. Print.

Conference Proceedings

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