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Online Policy Group, Nelson Chu Pavlosky, and Luke Thomas Smith, plaintiffs v. Diebold, Incorporated and Diebold Election Systems, Incorporated, defendants : complaint for injunctive relief for intentional interference with contract, for copyright misuse, for damages for misrepresentation of copyright claims under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, and for declaratory relief : jury trial demanded

Author: Nelson Chu PavloskyLuke Thomas SmithJennifer Stisa GranickOnline Policy Group.Stanford University. Center for Internet & Society.All authors
Publisher: [2003]
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Online Policy Group, Nelson Chu Pavlosky, and Luke Thomas Smith, plaintiffs v. Diebold, Incorporated and Diebold Election Systems, Incorporated, defendants.
[2003]
(OCoLC)755264893
Named Person: Nelson Chu Pavlosky; Luke Thomas Smith
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nelson Chu Pavlosky; Luke Thomas Smith; Jennifer Stisa Granick; Online Policy Group.; Stanford University. Center for Internet & Society.; United States. District Court (California : Northern District)
OCLC Number: 301591988
Notes: At head of title: United States District Court for the Northern District of California.
Reproduction Notes: Photocopy.
Description: 15, 7, 15 leaves ; 28 cm.
Other Titles: Complaint for injunctive relief for intentional interference with contract, for copyright misuse, for damages for misrepresentation of copyright claims under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, and for declaratory relief
Responsibility: Cindy A. Cohn, Wendy Seltzer, attorneys for plaintiff Online Policy Group ; Jennifer Stisa Granick, Stanford Law School Center for Internet & Society, attorneys for plaintiffs Nelson Chu Pavlovsky and Luke Thomas Smith.

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