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    Jane C. Ginsburg, Copyright Legislation for the 'Digital Millennium', 23 Columbia-VLA Journal of Law and the Arts, 137 (1999)

    Julie Cohen, A Right to Read Anonymously: A Closer Look at 'Copyright Management' in Cyberspace, 28 Conn. L. Rev. 981 (1996)

    Mark Lemley & Eugene Volokh, Freedom of Speech and Injunctions in Intellectual Property Cases, 48 Duke L.J. 147 (1998)

    Pamela Samuelson, Intellectual Property and the Digital Economy: Why the Anti-Circumvention Regulations Need to Be Revised, 14 Berkely Tech. L.J. 519

    Malla Pollack, The Right to Know? Delimiting Database Protection at the Juncture of the Commerce Clause, the Intellectual Property Clause and the First Amendment, 17 Cardozo Arts & Ent. L.J. 47 (1999).

    David Nimmer, Elliot Brown, Gary N. Frischling, The Metamorphosis of Contract into Expand, 87 Calif. L. Rev. 17 (1999).

    David Nimmer, Brains and Other Paraphernalia of the Digital Age, 10 Harv. J. Law and Tec 1 (1996)

    David Nimmer, A Riff on Fair Use in the DMCA, 148 U. Pa. L. Rev. 673

    Papers and abstracts from the recent conference, A Free Information Ecology in the Digital Environment at NYU, March 31 - April 2.

    Benjamin Kaplan, "An Unhurried View of Copyright," Columbia University Press, New York (1967). KF 2995 K36

    Seltzer, "Exemptions and Fair Use in Copyright" (1978). KF 3020 S44

    Richard M. Stallman, The Right to Read, February 19997

    References from Eldred v. Reno: First Amendment and Copyright

    Reverse Engineering and Clickwraps: Amicus Brief of the American Committee for Interoperable Systems in ProCD v. Zeidenberg

    More to come.

    Feel free to send additional suggestions to openlaw@eon.law.harvard.edu.

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    Wendy Seltzer
    Berkman Center for Internet & Society