SCRIPTed April 2010 published

The latest issue of SCRIPTed, a journal of law, technology and society, is now live. In this issue:

Editorial

  • Health Legislation: Devolution, Reservation and Derogation, Murray Earle, pp.1-4

Reviewed Articles

  • The Intellectual Property Implications of Low-Cost 3D Printing, Simon Bradshaw, Adrian Bowyer and Patrick Haufe, pp.5-31
    Knowledge Management and the Contextualisation of Intellectual Property Rights in Innovation Systems, David Castle, Peter W.B. Phillips, Abbe Brown, Keith Culver, Daniela Castrataro, Tania Bubela, Shawn H.E. Harmon, Graham Dutfield and Patricia Barclay, pp.32-50
    The Right to Anonymous Association in Cyberspace: US Legal Protection for Anonymity in Name, in Face, and in Action, Minjeong Kim, pp.51-70
    The Need for Italian Biobank Regulation, Elisa Stefanini, pp.71-82
    Assessing the Morality of the Commercial Exploitation of Inventions Concerning Uses of Human Embryos and the Relevance of Moral Complicity: Comments on the EPO’s WARF Decision, Sigrid Sterckx and Julian Cockbain, pp.83-103
    Creating an Innovation Exception? Copyright Law as the Infrastructure for Innovation, Dilan Thampapillai, pp.104-134

Analysis

  • Compulsory Licensing Provision under TRIPS: A Study of Roche vs Natco Case in India vis-à-vis the Applicability of the Principle of Audi Alteram Partem, Swarup Kumar, pp.135-154
  • Opt-in Dystopias, Nicklas Lundblad and Betsy Masiello, pp.155-165
    Countdown 2010, All Eyes on Oryza: The Current Access and Benefits-Sharing Provisions of International Instruments Will Keep the 2010 Biodiversity Target Out of Reach, Blake M. Mensing, pp.166-184
  • The Online Public or Cybercitizen, Andrew Power, pp.185-195
  • In Case of Emergency Only: The Difficult Role of Ethics in Small Biotechnological Companies
    Michael Steinmann and Thomas Potthast, pp.196-203

Reports

  • The Health Law Institute, Tracey M Bailey, pp.204-209
  • Report on the Technoscience and Regulation Research Unit (TRRU) and the Qualitative Research Commons and Studio (QuRCS), Emily Uhrig, pp.210-215

Book Reviews

  • Human Genetic Biobanks in Asia: Politics of Trust and Scientific Advancement, By Margaret Sleeboom-Faulkner (Editor), Reviewed by Don Chalmers, pp.216-220
  • Indigenous Rights and United Nations Standards: Self-Determination, Culture and Land, By Alexandra Xanthaki, Reviewed by Marcus Goffe, pp.221-225
  • The Body In Bioethics, By Alastair V Campbell, Reviewed by Shawn H.E. Harmon, pp.226-229
  • Gene Cartels: Biotech Patents in The Age of Free Trade, By Luigi Palombi, Reviewed by David Koepsell, pp.230-231
  • Reputation, Celebrity and Defamation Law, By David Rolph, Reviewed by Lawrence McNamara, pp.232-235
  • Law, Mind And Brain, By Michael Freeman and Oliver R Goodenough (eds), Reviewed by Dennis Patterson, pp.236-241

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