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CS 202

Law for Computer Science Professionals

  • autumn

1 unit

Satisfactory/No Credit

Intellectual property law as it relates to computer science including copyright registration, patents, and trade secrets; contract issues such as non-disclosure/non-compete agreements, license agreements, and works-made-for-hire; dispute resolution; and principles of business formation and ownership. Emphasis is on topics of current interest such as open source and the free software movement, peer-to-peer sharing, encryption, data mining, and spam.

Sections

autumn
  • SEM

    • Thursday 4:30:00 PM - 5:50:00 PM @ Lathrop 299 with David Hansen

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