Until it turned out they didnt in the end of ownership aaron perzanowski and jason schultz explore how notions of ownership have shifted in the digital marketplace and make an argument for the benefits of personal property of course ebooks cloud storage streaming and other digital goods offer users convenience and flexibility. Volume 14 issue 2 december 2017 book review the end of ownership personal property in the digital economy aaron perzanowski and jason schultz cambridge mass mit press 2016 249 pages isbn 9780262035019 2495 reviewed by argyro p karanasiou download pdf. Most of the book is about how hard it has been and continues to be to apply old law in the context of digital property many law cases with keurig sony john deer etc are brought up to explain how corporations are shifting how they see sales. When you can deduct personal property tax if you end up paying personal property taxes to your local government the irs allows you to claim a deduction for it on your federal tax return however the irs requires you to satisfy certain requirements regardless of how your government classifies the tax. In the digital age a lot depends on whether we actually own our stuff and who gets to decide that in the first place in the end of ownership personal property in the digital age aaron perzanowski and jason schultz walk us through a detailed and highly readable explanation of exactly how were
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