The age of collaboration that the Internet has introduced is changing the rules of intellectual property protection, creating new copyright strategies and enabling a virtual online “swap meet” for companies holding patents they no longer need and those searching for new technologies.

From budding composers and musicians to huge companies like IBM and Procter & Gamble, the opportunities the Web creates are being seized to develop new ways of doing business.

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