In most cases, a major lawsuit between computer hardware or software companies has led to a legal ruling that significantly changed the computer industry. In this book, we take a tour of the typical personal computer, examining the ...
Author: Lawrence D. Graham
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
A few lawsuits have changed the entire shape of the computer industry and nearly every aspect of computers has come under litigation. These legal struggles have confused computer and legal amateurs as well as many lawyers, juries, and judges. Graham surveys the industry's legal past and shows how it frames the future. His book is a comprehensive and fascinating study of this dynamic and contentious industry.
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Author: Siva Vaidhyanathan
Publisher: NYU Press
Argues that strict legal guidelines prove insensitive to the diverse forms of cultural expression prevalent in the United States
Author: Martin Campbell-KellyPublish On: 2004-02-27
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Author: Martin Campbell-Kelly
Publisher: MIT Press
Category: Technology & Engineering
A business history of the software industry from the days of custom programming to the age of mass-market software and video games. From its first glimmerings in the 1950s, the software industry has evolved to become the fourth largest industrial sector of the US economy. Starting with a handful of software contractors who produced specialized programs for the few existing machines, the industry grew to include producers of corporate software packages and then makers of mass-market products and recreational software. This book tells the story of each of these types of firm, focusing on the products they developed, the business models they followed, and the markets they served. By describing the breadth of this industry, Martin Campbell-Kelly corrects the popular misconception that one firm is at the center of the software universe. He also tells the story of lucrative software products such as IBM's CICS and SAP's R/3, which, though little known to the general public, lie at the heart of today's information infrastructure.With its wealth of industry data and its thoughtful judgments, this book will become a starting point for all future investigations of this fundamental component of computer history.
Author: Professor Emeritus of Computer Science Martin Campbell-KellyPublish On: 2003-10-02
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Author: Professor Emeritus of Computer Science Martin Campbell-Kelly
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Business & Economics
This book contains a series of articles summarizing the technical, institutional and intellectual history of mathematical tables from earliest times until the late 20th century when the electronic spreadsheet changed the way information is processed.
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Author: James Van Roekel
Publisher: CRC Press
The A-to-Z source on cyberethics—the responsible use of technology! What is safe and responsible behavior for using the Internet? Cybersins and Digital Good Deeds: A Book About Technology and Ethics provides a comprehensive look at the innovative—and sometimes unscrupulous—world of rapidly evolving technology and the people who use it. This encyclopedic source helps even the most technology-challenged understand various facets relating to the use and misuse of technology in today’s society. Topics are organized A-to-Z for easy reference, with selections chosen because of historical importance, present relevance, and the likelihood of future impact. Privacy, security, censorship, and much, much more are discussed in detail to reveal the ethical complexities of each issue. Harmful and illegal cyber behavior can manifest quickly in several ways in today’s digital world. Keeping up with the shifts and advances in technology, its applications, and how it affects you can be difficult. Cybersins and Digital Good Deeds reviews the latest trends in computer technology and the impact it has on the way we live. This extensive book provides easy-to-understand explanations of tech terms, while clearly examining the current ethical issues surrounding different aspects of technology and its use in positive or destructive actions. Discussions include issues concerning general use, business, entertainment, multimedia development, and education. The broad range of ethical topics in Cybersins and Digital Good Deeds includes: advertising in school the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and its impact upon technology in schools blogging and free speech bride scams video voyeurism censorship and filtering cheating in school using technology Child Online Protection Act Child Pornography Prevention Act (CPPA) computer addiction crackers, lamers, and phreaks cyberbullying cyberchondriacs disinhibition domain hijacking Online auction fraud elder care and technology Google Bombing identity theft pornography media and cognitive development movie duplication sharing audio files online gambling pyramid schemes the Patriot Act phishing podcasting Project Gutenberg RFID tracking spyware technolust Trojan horses and viruses much, much more! Cybersins and Digital Good Deeds is a perfect at-your-fingertips source for questions you may have on the jargon and the ethical use or misuse of technology. This book is perfect for business people; high school, public, and academic librarians; library science professors, education professors, students, or anyone needing clarification of issues related to technology and information ethics.
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Author: Mary Maureen Brown
Publisher: IGI Global
Category: Political Science
Recently, the public sector has given an increasing amount of national and international attention to electronic government systems. Therefore, it is inevitable that the theoretical implications and intersections between information technology and governmental matters are more widely discussed. Public Information Management and E-Government: Policy and Issues offers a fresh, comprehensive dialogue on issues that occur between the public management and information technology domains. With its focus on political issues and their effects on the larger public sector, this book is valuable for administrators, researchers, students, and educators who wish to gain foundational and theoretical knowledge on e-government policies.
Statistics based on evidence submitted by IBM in U.S. court cases. ... For examples of useful studies, see Lawrence D. Graham, Legal Battles That Shaped the Computer Industry (Westport, CT: Quorum, 1999); Gerardo Con Diaz, ...
Author: James W. Cortada
Publisher: MIT Press
A history of one of the most influential American companies of the last century. For decades, IBM shaped the way the world did business. IBM products were in every large organization, and IBM corporate culture established a management style that was imitated by companies around the globe. It was “Big Blue, ” an icon. And yet over the years, IBM has gone through both failure and success, surviving flatlining revenue and forced reinvention. The company almost went out of business in the early 1990s, then came back strong with new business strategies and an emphasis on artificial intelligence. In this authoritative, monumental history, James Cortada tells the story of one of the most influential American companies of the last century. Cortada, a historian who worked at IBM for many years, describes IBM's technology breakthroughs, including the development of the punch card (used for automatic tabulation in the 1890 census), the calculation and printing of the first Social Security checks in the 1930s, the introduction of the PC to a mass audience in the 1980s, and the company's shift in focus from hardware to software. He discusses IBM's business culture and its orientation toward employees and customers; its global expansion; regulatory and legal issues, including antitrust litigation; and the track records of its CEOs. The secret to IBM's unequalled longevity in the information technology market, Cortada shows, is its capacity to adapt to changing circumstances and technologies.
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