IN-CLASS PROJECTS - INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY


Consider:

Fall 1998:

Case of Vermont Microsystems Inc. vs. Autodesk by Sudeep Sarkar:


From Washington State University, by Pat Flynn.


You are to argue one of two positions regarding software patents. If the sixth digit of your student number is even, you are required to make a plausible argument supporting the concept of software patents. If the sixth digit of your student number is odd, you are required to make a plausible argument against the concept of patent protection for software products. Thoroughly surf the Net to obtain information.


From the NSF Ethics Workshop at University of South Florida, August 1998:

From MIT:


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