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Lex Indicium The Law of Information

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Intellectual Property: Balancing Exclusivity and Access in a Crowd Sourced, User-Generated World

Posted in Authorship, Copyright, Fair Use, Functionality, Information Law, Inventorship, Patents, Social Media, Trademark

You Can Trademark That?  They Can Own What? Who Knew? There are many reasons we have IP laws – but primary among them is to encourage creative types like artists and inventors to profit from their efforts by way of royalties or exclusive rights.  To encourage those efforts, the intellectual property laws give authors and… Continue Reading

*LEX INDICIUM

Posted in Information Law

Why or what or who is Lex Indicium?  Roughly translated, and with apologies to the classical scholars who may happen upon this blog, Lex Indicium means “law of information,” or “law of data” in Latin.  In a broad sense, the “law” that applies to data, and/or rights in data or information is what this blog… Continue Reading