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(p. 594) 30. Computer technology and intellectual property 

(p. 594) 30. Computer technology and intellectual property
(p. 594) 30. Computer technology and intellectual property

Paul Torremans

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date: 15 May 2021

This chapter discusses five issues: the availability of patent protection for computer hardware and for computer software (computer programs); copyright in computer software; databases and the sui generis right; the Internet; and semiconductor chip protection.

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