1984 and Beyond: Two Decades of Copyright Law

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Tyler Trent Ochoa

Santa Clara University School of Law

Date Written: 2003

Abstract

During the past two decades, engineers, authors, publishers, consumers, lawyers and academics have witnessed extraordinary developments in the technological landscape, often leading to equally dramatic developments in the law of copyright. Many of these developments have been chronicled (or foreshadowed) in the pages of the Santa Clara computer and High Technology Law Journal. To celebrate the Journal's 20th Anniversary, this essay will place a number of articles which have appeared in the Journal in their historical context by taking a look back on how the law of copyright has changed during the past twenty years.

Suggested Citation

Ochoa, Tyler Trent, 1984 and Beyond: Two Decades of Copyright Law (2003). Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal, Vol. 20, p. 167, 2003, Santa Clara Univ. Legal Studies Research Paper No. 24-14, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2473363

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