University of Baltimore Law Review


Due to the rapid development and technological complexity of computer software, courts and legislatures have experienced great difficulty in adapting the law so as to provide adequate proprietary protection for such products. In this article, the author discusses the physical and legal safeguards available to software manufacturers and the remedies they may obtain when these safeguards fail.

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