Ernest Miller pursues research and writing on cyberlaw, intellectual property, and First Amendment issues. Mr. Miller attended the U.S. Naval Academy before attending Yale Law School, where he was president and co-founder of the Law and Technology Society, and founded the technology law and policy news site LawMeme. He is a fellow of the Information Society Project at Yale Law School.
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C.E. Petit on Scrivener's Error makes the case for his version of the winners and losers in Grokster: Grokster (3): Who Won?. He makes some good points but I'm not sure the "garage-mechanic-for-the-love-of-it" technologist who is a winner according to Petit is that big of a category. After all, once they invent something that is really an innovation they quickly try to move out of that category ... and shouldn't we encourage them to do so? The Grokster decision doesn't believe so, apparently.