Effects of Computers on the Traditional Notion of Private Property

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Effects of Computers on the Traditional Notion of Private Property
This paper looks at the effects that computers have had on the traditional notion of private property in our contemporary world. The essay defines in brief what private property is and then discusses how the age-old conceptualization of private property has changed in large measure because what was once truly private (and only accessible by actually physically trespassing on someone else’s private property) is now easily accessible by a person who is residing in a geographically distant location. Pressing onward, the essay will explore how WIPO describes the impact of the internet on the traditional notion of private property and how the rights that have historically...
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