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The CCCC-IP Annual: Top Intellectual Property Developments of 2014

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Introduction to the 2014 CCCC-IP Annual  Clancy Ratliff, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Plagiarism and PTSD: The Case of Senator John Walsh's Plagiarized Paper  Steven Engel, Kerry Howell, Jacklene Johnson, and Jessica McGinnis -- Marygrove College

What We Can Learn from Two Plagiarism Accusations in 2014: Slavoj Žižek's and Nic Pizzolatto's Summer Scandals   Wendy Warren Austin, Southern New Hampshire University

3D Printing and Patent Theft: New Challenges to the Creative Commons  Chet Breaux, Florida International University

Keep On Keeping On: Georgia State Fair Use Case Faces a New Metric for Assessing Fair Use   Jeffrey R. Galin, Florida Atlantic University

Open Data, Environmental Conservation, and the Digital Humanities: Mapping the Mangroves   Amy D. Propen, University of California, Santa Barbara

Another Piece in the Open-Access Puzzle: The California Taxpayer Access to Publicly Funded Research Act (AB609)   Karen Lunsford, University of California, Santa Barbara

Will Taylor Swift and Spotify Ever Get Back Together?  Laurie Cubbison, Radford University

The Case of the Missing Copyright: Sherlock Holmes and the Acerbic Judge   Kim Dian Gainer, Radford University

How the Law Can Cost Composition Instructors a Lot of Money, and What You Can Do About It: The EFF's White Paper on Civil Penalties for Copyright Infringement   Mike Edwards, Washington State University

Review: The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz (2014)  Traci A. Zimmerman, James Madison University

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