Law and Technology Journal Adopts Blogging

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on April 17, 2003

The innovative Yale Journal of Law & Technology (YJoLT) is now using a blog publishing application, provides links to other Yale sponsored blogs and legal-tech content, and offers readers the choice between viewing the journal articles in Word of PDF. See this article from the current issue, Copyright’s Digital Reformulation, by Brodi Kemp (YLS 2004). The author “argue(s) that content providers are ‘recreating the bottle’ around their intellectual property, using digital technologies to reinforce their business models and supplant copyright.” Please note that a previous version of this article by the same author, dated September 2001, was published here.

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