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US is a country defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki.

The following studies include coverage of this country (7):

 Citation
Ahlert, Marsden and Yung (N.D.)Ahlert, C., Marsden, C., & Yung, C. (N.D.). How ‘Liberty’ Disappeared from Cyberspace: The Mystery Shopper Tests Internet Content Self-Regulation. Retrieved from http://pcmlp.socleg.ox.ac.uk/sites/pcmlp.socleg.ox.ac.uk/files/liberty.pdf
Brauneis and Oliar (2016)Brauneis, R. and Olliar, D. (2016) Copyright’s Race, Gender and Age: A First Quantitative Look at Registrations. GWU Law School Public Law Research paper No. 2016-48
Carpou (2016)Carpou, Z. (2016) Robots, Pirates and the Rise of the Automated Takedown Regime: Using the DMCA to Fight Piracy and Protect End-Users. 39 Colum J.L. & Arts 551.
Faklaris and Hook (2017)Faklaris, C. and Hook, S.A. (2017) Attitudes About ‘Fair Use’ and Content Sharing in Social Media Applications. CSCW 2017, February 25-March 1, 2017, Portland, OR, USA
Helmers, Lefouili, Love and McDonagh (2018)Helmers, C., Lefouili, Y., Love, B.J., McDonagh, L. Who Needs a Copyright Small Claims Court? Evidence from the U.K.’s IP Enterprise Court. Berkeley Technology Law Journal Commentaries, Forthcoming
Nagaraj (2017)Nagaraj, A. (2017) Does Copyright Affect Reuse? Evidence from Google Books and Wikipedia. Management Science, published online in Articles in Advance 26 July 2017.
Nas (2004)Nas, S. (2004) The Multatuli Project ISP Notice & take down. Lecture by Sjoera Nas, Bits of Freedom.