Access to Knowledge in the Age of Intellectual Property By Gaëlle Krikorian, Amy Kapczynski
2010 | 640 Pages | ISBN: 189095196X | PDF | 6,9 MB
At the end of the twentieth century, intellectual property rights collided with everyday life. Expansive copyright laws and digital rights management technologies sought to shut down new forms of copying and remixing made possible by the Internet. International laws expanding patent rights threatened the lives of millions of people around the world living with HIV/AIDS by limiting their access to cheap generic medicines.