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References

 

Publications, journal and media articles

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  • Burkart, Patrick. (2010). Music and cyberliberties. Wesleyan University Press.
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  • Denham, Jess. (2015). Game of Thrones season 5 breaks piracy record with 32m illegal downloads. The Independent, 23 April 2015.
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  • Drath, Ross. (2012). Hotfile, Megaupload, and the future of copyright on the Internet: What can cyberlockers tell us about DMCA reform? The John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law, Vol. 12, 205-241.
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  • Higgins, George E. (2005). Can low self‐control help with the understanding of the software piracy problem? Deviant Behavior, Vol. 26:1-24.
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  • Higgins, George E. and David Makin. (2004). Does Social Learning Theory Condition the Effects of Low Self-control on College Students' Software Piracy? Journal of Economic Crime Management, Vol. 2, 1-22.
  • Higgins, George E. and David Makin. (2004). Self-Control, Deviant Peers, and Software Piracy. Psychological Reports, Vol. 95(3), 921-931.
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  • Higgins, George E., Scott E. Wolfe and Catherine D. Marcum. (2008). Digital Piracy and neutralization: A trajectory analysis from short-term longitudinal data. International Journal of Cyber Criminology, Vol. 2(2), 324-336.
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  • Hinduja, Sameer. (2007). Neutralization theory and online software piracy: An empirical analysis. Ethics and Information Technology, Vol. 9(3), 187-204.
  • Hinduja, Sameer and Jason Ingram. (2008). Self-control and ethical beliefs on the social learning of intellectual property theft. Western Criminology Review, Vol. 9(2), 52-72.
  • Hinduja, Sameer and Jason Ingram. (2009). Social learning theory and music piracy: The differential role of online and offline peer influences. Criminal Justice Studies, Vol. 22(4), 405-420.
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  • INTA. (2017). Launch of INTA-CIPAM Children's IP Awareness and Education Campaign in Schools. INTA Bulletin, Vol. 72(9). 
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  • United States Trade Representative. (2018). 2018 Special 301 Report.
  • Wall, David S. (2017). The Theft of Ideas as a Cybercrime: Downloading and Changes in the Business Model of Creative Arts. In M. McGuire and T. Holt (eds). The Handbook of Technology, Crime & Justice (pp. 161-177) , Routledge.
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  • WIPO. (2019). Looking Good: An Introduction to Industrial Designs for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises. Intellectual Property for Business Series, No. 2.
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  • WIPO. (n.d.). How are Trade Secrets Protected?
  • WIPO. (1993). Introduction to Trademark Law & Practice The Basic Concepts: A WIPO Training Manual, second edition.
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  • WIPO. (2009). The Economics of Intellectual Property: Suggestions for Further Research in Developing Countries and Countries with Economies in Transition.
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  • WIPO. (n.d.). WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty.
  • World Intellectual Property Review (WIPR). (2018). Chanel accuses 94 online entities of counterfeiting.
  • Zeithaml, Valarie A. (1988). Consumer Perceptions of Price, Quality, and Value: A Means-End Model and Synthesis of Evidence. Journal of Marketing, Vol. 52, 2-22.
 

Cases

  • A&M Records, Inc. v. Napster, Inc., 239 F. 3d 1004 (2001).
  • Feist Publications, Inc v. Rural Telephone Service Co Inc., 499 U.S. 340 (1991).
  • Jewelers' Circular Pub. Co. v. Keystone Pub. Co., 281 F. 83 (2d Cir 1922).
 

International and national legislation

 
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