54 Clev. St. L. Rev. [i] (2006)

handle is hein.journals/clevslr54 and id is 1 raw text is: CLEVELAND STATE
LAW REVIEW

Volume 54                         2006                 Numbers 1 & 2
CONTENTS
SYMPOSIUM
CYBERPERSONS, PROPERTIZATION, AND CONTRACT IN
THE INFORMATION CULTURE
FOREWORD: PROPERTIZATION, CONTRACT,
COMPETITION, AND COMMUNICATION: LAW'S
STRUGGLE TO ADAPT TO THE
TRANSFORMATIVE POWERS OF THE INTERNET .................. David Barnhizer  1
A COMMENT ON INFORMATION PROPERTIZATION
AND ITS LEGAL MILIEU  ........................................... Margaret Jane Radin  23
CYBERTRESPASS AND TRESPASS TO DOCUMENTS ....... Kevin Emerson Collins   41
PROPERTIZATION METAPHORS FOR BARGAINING
POWER AND CONTROL OF THE SELF IN THE
INFORMATION  AGE  .....................................................  Daniel D. Barnhizer  69
RANKINGS, REDUCTIONISM, AND RESPONSIBILITY .................. Frank Pasquale  115
METAPHOR, OBJECTS, AND
COMMODITIES ........................... George H. Taylor & Michael J. Madison  141
DIVERGING PERSPECTIVES ON ELECTRONIC
CONTRACTING IN THE U.S. AND EU  ............ Jane K. Winn & Brian H. Bix  175
CAPTURING IDEAS: COPYRIGHT AND THE LAW OF
FIRST POSSESSION  ..................................................  Abraham  Drassinower  191
EXPORTING DMCA LOCKOUTS ........................................... Anupam Chander  205
MONISM, NOMINALISM, AND PUBLIC-PRIVATE IN
THE WORK OF MARGARET JANE RADIN ................................. Chris Sagers  219
CITE AS 54 CLEV. ST. L. REV. _ (2006)
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Cleveland State University or the College of Law. Contributing authors are expected to reveal
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