Hyperlinks And Hijinks: Has BT Surfed Too Far?

Quigley, Paul
July 2000
Wireless Week;07/03/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 27, p21
Trade Publication
Offers a look at the legal implications surrounding British Telecom's attempt to claim intellectual property right supremacy over the use of hyperlinks, the underlined text that users click on to take them on another Web page or site. Comments from a telecommunication analyst; Debate over the company's effort. INSET: Origins of Hypertext-based World Wide Web, 1945 to 1992.


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