Trouble in Paradise

Hofman, Mike
September 1999
Inc.;1999 Inc. Technology 3, Vol. 21 Issue 13, p24
Interviews Seth Shulman, an author, on the impact of information technology to business. His claim that the conventional notion about the Internet is false; His revelation on the attempts of few companies to control the Internet through broad patent rights.


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