1. Liability of Users and Third Parties for Copyright Infringements on the Internet: Overview of International Developments: Allen N. Dixon
2. Legal Issues in Peer-To-Peer Filesharing, Focusing on the Making Available Right: Michael Schlesinger
3. Secondary Liability for Copyright Infringement with Regard to Hyperlinks: Alain Strowel and Vicky Hanley
4. Copyright Control vs. Compensation: The Prospects for Exclusive Rights after Grokster and Kazaa: Jane C. Ginsburg
5. Global Networks and Domestic Laws: Some Private International Law Issues Arising from Australian and US Liability Theories: Graeme W. Austin
6. A Bipolar Copyright System for the Digital Network Environment: Alexander Peukert
7. Sharing Out Online Liability: Sharing Files, Sharing Risks and Targeting ISPs: Bob ClarkThe 1709 Blog hopes this book does well, and looks forward to what will undoubtedly be its many sequels as the world of peer-to-peer continues to evolve.
8. A Reverse Notice and Takedown Regime to Enable Public Interest Uses of Technically Protected Copyrighted Works: Jerome H. Reichman, Graeme B. Dinwoodie and Pamela Samuelson
Bibliographic details. Publication date 2009. xviii + 322 pp. Hardback, ISBN 978 1 84720 562 9. Full price £ 79.95 (with publisher's online discount £ 71.96). Web page here.