* YearOfDisruption.com: Top 10 Disruptive Copyright Law Articles

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By Erik J. Heels

First published 9/1/2016; YearOfDisruption.com; publisher: GiantPeople.


  1. ABA nothing.but.net Column Ends 15-Year Run (2009-07-10)
    Thanks for the memories.
  2. The New York Times Is A Copyjacker (2007-09-25)
    The Times is hotlinking images on its website.
  3. Drawing That Explains Copyright Law (2007-07-18)
    Copyright rights, unregulated uses, and fair use.
  4. Steal This Article: It May Be My Last For The ABA: Epilogue (2006-12-31)
    A technology evangelist’s work is never done.
  5. Steal This Article: It May Be My Last For The ABA (2006-10-28)
    Organizations large and small – including the ABA – need to evolve on the ever-changing Internet.
  6. The ‘Duh’ Of Shrinkwrap Licenses (2004-04-03)
    Kids have figured out the problem with shrinkwrap licenses. So why can’t judges?
  7. How To Write, Copyright, And Publish Your Own Book (2002-11-19)
    Self-publishing books is much easier than it used to be. It can also be fun and, if you do it well, profitable.
  8. LawLawLaw #1: Are You Eating Your Coffee Beans? (2001-11-29)
    Smart companies are ‘giving away’ portions of their content online without hurting sales of their other products.
  9. Ease-of-Copying In The Digital Age – Turning A Negative Into A Positive (1996-04-29)
    Rather than worrying about ease-of-copying, owners of copyrighted works should use it to their advantage.

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