Recent literature on DiDIY intellectual property and other disruptions

  • Posted on: 21 April 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Weinberg, Michael (2010), ‘It Will Be Awesome if They Don’t Screw it Up: 3D Printing, Intellectual Property, and the Fight Over the Next Great Disruptive Technology’,

Michael, Gabriel J (2013), ‘Anarchy and Property Rights in the Virtual World: How Disruptive Technologies Undermine the State and Ensure that the Virtual World Remains a 'Wild West'’,  (01.03.2013),

Arizmendi, Clint; Pronk, Ben and Choi, Jacob (2014), ‘Services No Longer Required? Challenges to the State as Primary Security Provider in the Age of Digital Fabrication ’, Small Wars Journal,  (22.06.2014),

Giblin, Rebecca (2014), ‘Evaluating Graduated Response’, Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts, 37, 147-209.

Lemley, Mark A. (2014), ‘IP in a World Without Scarcity’, Stanford Public Law Working Paper, 2413974 (March 24, 2014),

Daly, Angela and Collins, Steve (eds.) (2015), Disruption and the law (Journal of Peer Production, 6).

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