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Intellectual Property and the Emerging Technology: Who Wins, Who Loses?
The viability of current copyright protection is in jeopardy. Current technological developments are decentralizing the distribution of information at an unprecedented rate. With this decentralization, current means of tracking intellectual property will shortly be outdated. Digital editing and transmission colorization and software modification are just a few of the issues affected by any change in intellectual rights law.
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