National Research Council. 1999. Proceedings of the Workshop on Promoting Access to Scientific and Technical Data for the Public Interest: An Assessment of Policy Options. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/9693.
|Part IWorkshop Presentations||1-1|
|1 Introductory Remarks||2-2|
|2 Keynote Address||3-5|
|3 Characteristics of Scientific and Technical Databases||6-100|
|4 Economic Forces in the Production, Dissemination, and Use of Scientific and Technical Databases||101-110|
|5 Overview of Technologies for Protecting and for Misappropriating Digital Intellectual Property Rights: The Current Situation and Future Prospects||111-121|
|6 Legal and Policy Issues||122-137|
|Part IIDiscussion Sessions on the Current and Legal and Technical Situation||138-138|
|7 Government-Sector Data||139-152|
|8 Not-for-Profit-Sector Data||153-169|
|9 Commerical-Sector Data||170-185|
|Part IIIDiscussion Sessions on the Potential Impacts of Legislation and Assessments of Policy Options||186-186|
|10 A Strong Property Rights Model for Protecting Databases||187-217|
|11 An Unfair Competition Model for Protecting Databases||218-250|
|12 Promoting Access to and Use of Government-Sector Scientific and Technical DataAn Assessment of Legal and Policy Options||251-281|
|13 Promoting Access to and Use of Not-for-Profit Scientific and Technical DataAn Assessment of Legal and Policy Options||282-306|
|14 Final Plenary Discussion||307-313|
|Appendix A: Biographical Sketches of Study Committee and Workshop Speakers and Panelists||314-327|
|Appendix B: Workshop Agenda and Participants||328-336|
|Appendix C: Raw Knowledge: Protecting Technical Databases for Science and Industry||337-376|
|Appendix D: Acronyms||377-379|
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