2 J. Int'l Media & Ent. L. v (2008-2009)

handle is hein.journals/jintmeel2 and id is 1 raw text is: JOURNAL OF
INTERNATIONAL MEDIA
& ENTERTAINMENT LAW
VOLUME 2                   NUMBER I                 WINTER 2008
Contents
vii Foreword
ARTICLES
I Common Sense, Accommodation and Sound Policy for the Digital
Music Marketplace
BENNETT LINCOFF
65 Intellectual Property Piracy: Perception and Reality in China, the
United States and Elsewhere
AARON SCHWABACH
85 Does China Hope to Remap the Internet in its Own Image?
RICHARD WINFIELD AND KRISTIN MENDOZA
105 Building Open Societies: Freedom of the Press in Jordan and Rwanda
ENRIQUE ARMIJO
133 Piracy in Our Own Backyard: A Comparative Analysis of
the Implications of Fashion Copying in the United States
for the International Copyright Community
MATTHEW S. MILLER
PUBLISHED BY THE AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION FORUMS
ON COMMUNICATIONS LAW AND THE ENTERTAINMENT AND SPORTS
INDUSTRIES AND THE DONALD E. BIEDERMAN ENTERTAINMENT
AND MEDIA LAW INSTITUTE OF SOUTHWESTERN LAW SCHOOL

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