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Introduction to Computer Technology, Network Economics, and Intellectual Property Law

 UC BERKELEY SCHOOL OF LAW
  12th-Jul-2016
Description: Computer software and Internet commerce are among the fastest growing and most promising industries in the United States. A recent government report notes that more than half of U.S. nonfarm industries either produce information technology (IT) directly or invest in and use information technology products and services. U.S. Commerce Department, The Emerging Digital Economy II (1999). The information technology sector of the U.S. economy represented 8 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) in 1999, accounting for more than $700 billion. Computer software accounted for $200 billion of this total. The IT sector of the U.S. economy has steadily increased its share of the GDP in the 1990s and shows no sign of slowing down. These patterns can be seen throughout the global economy.
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Domain: Electronics
Category: Business
Maxims of Tech: Rules of Engagement for a Fast Changing Environment
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Introduction to
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