48 B.C. L. Rev. [i] (2007)

handle is hein.journals/bclr48 and id is 1 raw text is: BOSTON COLLEGE
LAW REVIEW

VOLUME XLVIII                   JANUARY 2007                        NUMBER 1
OWNING STANDARDS
FOREWORD
A lfred  C .  Yen  .......................................................................................... 1
PRIVATE STANDARDS, PUBLIC GOVERNANCE: A NEW LOOK AT
THE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING STANDARDS BOARD
W illiam   W   Bratton .............................................................................  5
CREATING A VIRAL FEDERAL PRIVACY STANDARD
A . M ichael Froomkin .........................................................................  55
STANDARDS OWNERSHIP AND COMPETITION POLICY
H erbert H ovenkamp  ........................................................................... 87
ENGINEERING A DEAL: TOWARD A PRIVATE ORDERING
SOLUTION TO THE ANTICOMMONS PROBLEM
F Scott Kieff &  Troy A. Paredes .......................................................... 111
TEN THINGS TO Do ABOUT PATENT HOLDUP OF STANDARDS
(AND ONE NOT TO)
M ark  A . Lem ley  .................................................................................. 149
SECOND-ORDER BENEFITS FROM STANDARDS
Frank  P artnoy  .................................................................................... 169
QUESTIONING COPYRIGHTS IN STANDARDS
Pam  ela  Sam uelson  .............................................................................. 193
OPEN SOURCE LICENSING AND SCATTERING OPPORTUNISM IN
SOFTWARE STANDARDS
G reg  R .  Vetter ..................................................................................... 225

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