Comments

This article is a condensed and slightly modified version of Michael J. Madison, Reconstructing the Software License, 35 Loy. U. Chi. L.J. 275 (2003). It was commissioned to appear in the Journal of Internet Law (2005).

Abstract

Software licensing and licensing of digital information in general create a regime of information governance for the Internet and beyond. This Article proposes to describe how this regime works—or fails to work—in legal terms.

Disciplines

Computer Law | Intellectual Property Law

Date of this Version

May 2005

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