Hyperlinks as Original Multimedia: can you help?

Hyperlinks? Love them or loathe them, you can't ignore them, particularly if you are Hasan A Deveci and you're doing a bit of research with the tantalising title "Hyperlinks as Original Multimedia". Hasan would love to hear from anyone working or researching in this area, particularly with regard to the relationship between the hyperlink and the law of copyright. The IPKat asks that, if you can help Hasan, or are merely interested in reading what he has to say on the subject, can you please email him here.

Right: the IPKat gave up trying to find a decent picture of a hyperlink, but he thought this one was in good taste ...
Hyperlinks as Original Multimedia: can you help? Hyperlinks as Original Multimedia: can you help? Reviewed by Jeremy on Saturday, April 12, 2008 Rating: 5

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