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Drew Clark's Spectrum Wars Now Online
Geist Savages the Harry Potter Injunction Some More
Coca Cola Threatening Lawsuit Against Political Art
Divorce and Virtual Worlds
Open Access to Window's Anti-Spyware Lists Recommended
Ludicrous Copyright Response Letters
CoCo on German Copyright Decisions
Fair Use of Citizen Journalism Photos by Big Media
Anti-Spoofing Technologies and Grokster
BBC Blasted for Making Music Freely Available
Senate Hearings on Grokster Decision
Opera Browser Embeds BitTorrent Functionality
Man vs. Machine on the Chess Board: Computers Victorious
EFF Adds Labor Law Section to its Legal Guide for Bloggers
Stifling Innovation Not Working Out Well for Cellular Providers
The New Blue Book
Interesting Use for RFID in Bike Parking Lots in Japan
Von Lohmann on 17 USC 115 Reform
Introducing the Spoken Alexandria Project
Euro Software Patents are Dead
Chilling Effects from a Privacy/Security Bill?
Goldman on Click Fraud
Visions of the Future from AOL Circa 1995
Om Malik on RSS Spam
German Publisher's Group Pushing to Poison DNS
Profile of a Trademark Abuser
No News is Good News
Defending the Commons in India
Goldman on Recent DOJ Warez Group Busts
Subscription-Based Advertsing
More Crawford's Notes on the History of Telephony
$1 Public Domain DVDs in the NY Times
Media Server for TiVo
Capturing Audio by the Ton
First it was Box Office, Now DVD Sales Slumping Too?
Hodder: Grokster Victory in 5-8 Years
Apple Plugging Trade Secret Leaks?
Has Apple Got the Podcasting Tiger by the Tail?
RSS for Marketing - Lots of Innovative Potential
New England Cable Requests Viewers' Videos for Broadcast and Posting on the 'Net
Felten on GAO's P2P Filtering and Porn Report
EFF Files Trademark Lawsuit for Use of Trademark in Magazine Name
Time Magazine: Then and Now
If Violent Videogames Cause Violence, Where's the Crime Wave?
When U Beats 1-800-Contacts
iTunes 4.9 - Now with Podcasting
Open(x2) Letter to the Editors of the LA Times on Wikitorials
A Slew of Articles from INDICARE
Fred's Friendly Fathomable Guide to the Grokster Decision
Hacking the Anti-Flag Burning Amendment
RIAA: Efficiency Increases, Must Be Due to Pirates
What Advertisers Fear: Deliberate Inattention
Goldman on Copynorms: Is Infringement Theft?
Crawford's Notes on the History of Telephony
Five Unintended Consequences of Podcasting
Seventh Cir. Decides Against Student Newspaper's Freedom of Speech
EEJD Roundup on Community Broadband Act of 2005
A Vision of PR's Future
Pre-Grokster Weekend Reading
EFF on 18 USC 2257
Enforcement of 18 USC 2257 Held in Abeyance
Give Michael Kinsley YOUR Answers
Doctorow on Feinstein on the Broadcast Flag
100th Anniversary of Pittsburgh's First Movie Theater
Democratizing Video Distribution with DVDs
Clearing Rights for a Mad Hot Documentary
Reason's Nick Gillespie on the Copyfight
Broadcast Flag Threat Greatly Diminished, For Now
Study: PVRs in 50% of US Homes in 2009
Clear Channel to Launch 30 Podcasts
Closed Satellite Networks
Creative Commons and the Videogame Webcomic
Through the Looking Glass with the MPAA
Evolutionary Reasoning
Why 18 USC 2257 is a Bad Thing - Handily Illustrated with Stick Figures
Duty to Prevent Disclosure of Metadata
Audible Magic's Security Through Obscurity Critized
Slater on Mercora's Legal Hacks
18 USC 2257 Anti-Porn Regs Go Into Effect
Never Trust Anyone Who Says 'Trust Me'
Grokster: The Waiting is the Hardest Part
Summary and Analysis of the Proposed 21st Century Music Licensing Reform Act
Today in History - June 23
Analysis of the Market for Law Professors
Mighty Talented Legal Academics to Blog Grokster, Brand X Decisions
The State of Movie Copyright Infringement in Nairobi
How Not to Advertise to J. Bradford DeLong
A Handful of Wikitorial Posts
UK Parents Ignore Videogame Ratings
A Loss of Order
How to Ensure More American Flags Are Burned
A Dirge for Real
INDICARE on Subscription vs. Download
Templeton on the Storage Box in the Closet
California Bill Would Regulate Gov't Use of RFID
Broadcast Flag Hasn't Snuck In Yet - Danger Hasn't Passed Though
Cory Doctorow's Latest Novel Available for Free Download
CoCo on 18 USC 2257
Beware the Blogarazzi
EEJD on Grokster's Middle Ground
Point and Snap Advertising
The Daily Patry - Independent Creation
Happy 20th Birthday Nick at Night! Hope You Don't Have Too Many More
More Details on Latest CD DRM
Report: Extensive Internet Censorship in Iran
Freakonomics Meets P2P
Why Store All That Data Just So It Can Be Stolen?
Blast from the Microsoft Antitrust Trial Past
Seth F on Blizzard v. BnetD Oral Argument
A Typical Joe on the Future of TV
TV Producer Gets Paid for Product Placement, Not Network
SF Gate Starts 'Culture Blog'
DRM Mucking Things Up
No Trademark for Clear Containers?
Waiting for Grokster
Download the Blizzard v. BNETD Oral Argument
Study: DRM to Be Booming Business
Study Looks at US Attitudes Toward Filesharing
Kiss Me, I'm an Avatar
Geist on Canada's New Copyright Bill
Sen. Schumer Wants to Block Sales of Violent Videogame '25 to Life'
Howell Explores Grokster's Potential Outcomes
Blawger/Blogger Lunch in SoCal
Global UCITA?
Expertise in Tween Girls Questioned
DVD Format Wars in the NY Times
Marybeth Peters to Testify on Music Licensing Reform
Godwin Laments the Limited Scope of the Original Godwin's Law
Violating the DMCA to Make Home Movies
Amazons 'Copy Protected CD' Label Not Good Enough Says CoCo Blog
Video or Text?
Hey, That's My Handbag (Design)!
Canadian Politicians Answer Questions on Copyright
What Should the Purpose of Public Broadcasting Be?
Patry on the More Discerning Observer Test
Grokster Predictions
Winning on Appeal in the Court of News Judgement
The Darknet Dance
Investment Horizons for Copyright
Mixtapes, Playlists, Culture
Podcast Games
Getting Municipalities to Approve IPTV
More on the FCC's VoIP and E911 Order
History of the Starbucks Siren
More on Wikitorials
Letter Sent to Congress Opposing Broadcast Flag
WIRED on Anti-Pornography Regulation
LA Times Wikitorial Experiment Begins
The Patry Copyright Class Continues
Warner Bros. Demands Dutch ISPs Violate User Privacy in Order to Get Licensing Deals
Birthday Cakes are Nature's Way of Telling Us to Reform Copyright
Switch to DTV Causing TV Manufacturers to Remove Tuners Altogether
Goldman on Grokster
Google Print: Not About Reading Books
DRM Proponent Frustrated by DRM, Again
Murdoch to Buy and Give Away 20 Million DVRs
Music: Rent or Buy? The Ongoing Debate
Trademark Problems for Firefox?
Due Diligence and Google
Clear Channel Reveals Own Weaknesses
Rush Limbaugh: Licensing Holding Podcasting Back
Technology Companies' Commitment to Freedom
MPAA to Name HQ After Jack Valenti
Reporters Without Borders: PressThink One of Best Blogs Defending Freedom of Expression
Scriban: Big Content is a Cancer on Innovation
Where's the Guarantee on Schiff's Editorial?
Australian Federal Court Justice Rips Copyright Term Extension
GAO Issues Testimony Regarding Int'l IP Enforcement
Public Knowledge: Set Hard Date for Transfer of DTV Spectrum
Barnett Blogs the AALS Contracts Conference
Yet Another Alarmist Article About Employees Stealing Corporate Data - This Time It's iPods
Sex Mini-Game in Grand Theft Auto
Balance the Broadcast Flag with DMCA Reform?
Darknet Excerpt: The Future of DRM
The Next Big Thing is the Thing that Makes the Last Thing Usable
Flag Day
MacKinnon on Corporate Support for Chinese Censorship
I'm Sorry Dave, I'm Afraid I Can't Do That.
Korea to Require All Video Be Rated Before Distribution Via Internet
French ISPs Ordered to Block Holocaust Denying Website
Geist on Motivations for Copyright Reform in Canada
WalMart to Put a Fork in Pre-Recorded VHS, 'It's Done'
Virtual Reality Weapons
Split-Screen Commercials to Beat TiVo's Fast Forward Button
Institutional Press Afraid to Stand Up Against Trade Secret Law
Social Networking Software: Not Even Close
What are the Democrats Thinking?
Average Size of Shared Files Nearly Triples Since 2002
Beastie Boys Sampling Infringement Case Ends
Congressman Opposing Municiple Telecom Will Benefit Financially
Forbes.com Doing Very Well Under Free Model
DRM Holding Back 'Connected Home' Consumer Electronics Market
Google Map Hacks Taking Off
More on the LA Times' Wikitorial
The Anti-Lockin List
Copyright Infringement is Like Starving a Giant Tamagotchi
GPS for the News
Joe Gratz Enjoys Copyright Infringement
Brief Interview with David Nimmer
NYT: Hacking is Good
What the Long Tail Ain't
Trip the E911 Fantastic
Doug Englebert's Design Philosophy Still Relevant
Joi Ito on the Emperor in Japanese Culture
Godwin: Microsoft's Halo Deal is Business as Usual
463 Communications Looks at CDT's Copyright Policy Paper
Free Software Foundation Announces Goals of Revision of GPL to Version 3.0
Denise Re: Copyright Reform and Participatory Law
Why Didn't Someone Think of this When the Backstreet Boys Were All the Rage?
First Apple ][ Shipped 28 Years Ago
Irony, Thy Name is Warhol
Too Many Competing Interests for Monolithic DRM to be Successful
Freedom to Tinker Book Club Kicks Off
Who Wouldn't Want to be Pre-Breakup AT&T
Brazil Threatens to Ignore US IP Rights
Crawford on Utah Anti-Censorship Lawsuit
The Grateful Dead and Fair Use (And It's Not About the Music)
The Real Reason Apple is Suing Rumor Sites?
Wikipedia, Astroturf, and Reputation Hacks
Some Ironies of Our Telecomm Regulatory Structure
Engadget: RIP DVD Decrypter
Granick Wants to Know Top Ten Legal Questions for Hackers
Re: iPods Re: Australian Law
Samuelson's Berkeley Students Offer Potential Solutions for 'the P2P Problem'
Darknet's Jack Valenti Interview
Utah ACLU Takes On Yet Another Anti-Porn Law
Three Anti-Cable Censorship Op-Eds
Virtual Evolution in Second Life
Patent Reform Act of 2005 Introduced
The Spread of Creative Commons
Google to Create 3D Maps of Cities
Two Positive Reviews of CDT's Report
Quality v. Connectivity
GPS Cellphone Nag-igation
A Child's Phone That Actually Works
Lessig on the Open Access Law Program
Rex Hammock: Apple Will Simplify Podcasting
Copyright North of the Border
Jack and the Music Future
How to Avoid the Upgrade into HD DRM Trap
Apple as Media Platform Company
It's a Seller's Market in Attention
Felten on CDT's Report
Nearly Disposable Videocamera
DOJ Busts X-Box Modders for DMCA Violations
Malik: Phone Companies Need to Think Different, Not Simply Complain to Congress
Why Not a Politically Incorrect Top Level Domain
Flash: From SWF to Video
Protect Your Privacy, Protect Your Wallet
Slater on Mercora's New Web-Based Search
Who Leaked the Apple+Intel News?
Equitable Estoppel Successfully Used as Defense in Copyright Case
Violence in Videogames: A Debate
No Surprise: Censorship Groups Not Happy With ".XXX"
Good Question for Cell Phone Company
Darknet Foreward
More Copyright Photo Inanity
More No Personal Use Exemption Copyright Inanity
Cutting Edge Legal Research
JD Lasica Guest Blogging on Copyfight
Fair Use and the DVD Fan Audio Commentary
Same Day Apple Special
Supreme Court Rejects Lexmark's DMCA Appeal
California's Anti-Violent Videogame Bill Stalls
DRM: Add On or Integral Part?
Distinguishing IPTV From Internet TV
Patry: Bridgeport Music Wrongly Decided
UK to Extend Copyright for Pop Songs
Why .xxx When ICANN Continues TLD Scarcity?
Apple + Intel = Trusted Computing?
Last Post +1: SF Chronicle on Star Trek / Pedophilia Connection
South Korea Hack All About the Games
Put Any MP3 on the Net Into a Personal Podcast
Television News Cameraman Sees Rapid Change Thanks to Citizens Media
Hosting Company Shuts Down Legitimate BitTorrent
FCC Issues E911 for VoIP Order, Pulver Comments
Continue the Discussion About Copyright Leakage on Copyfight
Independent Record Companies Appreciate P2P
Waiting for Grokster
Freedom to Tinker Launches Book Club With Lessig's Code
Copyright Leakage Convinces Labels to Make Most of Their Libraries
Company Adopts Podcasting for Internal Communication with Sales Force
Will Digital Overlays Blind Us?
Prof. Ghosh Predicts Grokster Win
Internet Video Not the Same Thing as a Movie Screen Says Cinemaphile
Patent Reform Library
Review: Akimbo's Internet TV Stinks
30-Minute Television Shows to be a Thing of the Past
Public Good Problem Overestimated, Rent Seeking Underestimated
Rights and Int'l Law
Overview of China's Internet Censorship
Google, Wikipedia and Podcasting
Freedom to Tinker's Wiki-Friendly Book Club
Yet Another CD DRM Attempt - Yawn
Bertelsmann Set to Launch New Circular Rolling Device
A Technological History of Music
Gatekeeping on Mobile Phones
The Golden Age of Telecom: 1950-1980
Patry on the Supreme Court and Sony
Lessig on Amateurs and Professionals
FCC Chairman's Number 1 Priority
The Broadcast Machine at Berkman
Reports of the Death of the Golden Goose are Greatly Exaggerated
What!? I'm Part of a Business?
Felten on Dissecting the Witty Worm
MPAA Paying for Police Surveillance Cameras in LA
Broadcatch/Podcast for the PSP
Airlines and Record Companies - Think of the Synergy!
Telcos Will Have to Fight to Provide TV in Texas
Cellphone Hard Drives Taking Off
Report: Diebold Opti-Scan Voting Machines Easily Hackable
Unrated DVDs Outsell Theatrical Version
Illinois Lawmakers Pass Anti-Violent Videogame Law - Awaits Governor's Signature
Darknet Series Continues
PSP Phone?
Another Service to Sell RSS Feeds
$100 Laptops for the Third World
Podcasts for Congress: A 'Capitol' Idea
Backup or 'Hostage' Cellphones
Cellphone Videogame Glut
Call Me Candide
TiVo-like Devices for Radio Raise Violate Terms of Service
Yahoo! Music Hacked Already?
Grumet on the Next iPodder Version
More on TV Station News and Podcasts
China's Censorship of Books Backfires
Feeling Guilty About Free-Riding
Copyright and Aliens
Microsoft has a Podcasting Team
Sing, O Goddess, the Muse of Mashups
Where Does Fan Fiction End and Copyright/Trademark Begin?
The Handy, Everyday Wikipedia
Saturated Product Placement on VOD
Probable FCC Commissioner has Close Ties to Senator Favoring Increased Censorship
No Cable HDTV for Microsoft for Now
Cell Phone Security Theatre
Censorship History Lesson at Film Forum
Rent-Seeking CEO Gives Donation to Politician Days Before Favorable Bill Introduced - 'No Coincidence' Says Senator
Scoble on Improving RSS Newsreaders
Shifting Economics in the Demand Curve
Google Print Review
Fighting Lessig's Ghosts
TV Guide Podcasts
Don't You Just Hate That?
Municiple Fiber in Burlington, VT
Yahoo!'s Mindset
That THX Sound
Creative Commons Now Part of Yahoo! Search
The New Digital Divide
The iTunes of Podcasting
The New Citizen Editors
Gillmor's Keynote to the World Editors Forum
Intel Embeds MS DRM Into New Chipset
Skype Spam
The Music Industry Will Continue to Suffer
More on Apple and Podcasting
Trademark Parody Okay Says South Africa's Constitutional Court
Coffeeshop Shuts Down Free WiFi on the Weekend: Mass Panic Results
Ukraine Passes Internet Censorship Law
USA Today on Subscription Music Services
Ian Ayre's New Book: Optional Law
Whither the Moviegoer?
Librarians Gone Wild (with Videogames)
Europe Awaits Grokster Decision
Knowing That You Changed Someone's Life: Priceless
Whither Copyright in Canada?
Edelman on Adware/Spyware Intermediaries
All This Talk About Broadcasters Adopting Podcasting May Be Much Ado About Nothing
Nuanced View of Relevant Market in Antitrust Case
Telco Headed Down Wrong Path Says Netflix CEO
Lament of a Television News Cameraman
Looking Backwards and Forwards at 'We Media '
RIAA Sues Hundreds More - Including Internet2 Users
In Wake of Fed Raid on BitTorrent Site, Another Site Shuts Down on Its Own
First ABC, Then NBC, Now CBS Radio Podcasts
More on Apple and Podcasting
Digital Media Allows for More Complexity
US Soccer Starts Podcast
PaidContent Interviews Bernard Gershon
Podcasting a Threat to Audible.com
The Death of Podcasting?
Om Malik on Yahoo! Music
Restore the Old Republic
Whales are Masters of Remix Culture
Is a Website a Trade Secret?
Madisonian Creative Commons
Virtual Worlds Fear Copyright Liability
Resurgence in Usenet Filesharing
Senate Hearing Today on 'Piracy of Intellectual Property'
Lessig: Living With Ghosts
Podcast Community/Conversation/Search
Patry on the History Behind Luck's Music Library v. Gonzalez
Quality Can Be Found Anywhere on the Long Tail
The MPAA's DVD Hardware Police
Reynolds to Neopets: Clean Up Your Act
Full Employment for Chilling Effects as BitTorrent Adds Search
Newspaper Restores Ability of Readers to Comment on Website
NBC News to Launch Numerous Hourly Podcasts
Bloggers Develop Organically
Pirates, Sharers, Traders and Hoarders
Mass. Considers Press Shield Law that Only Protects Big Media
The Superiority of Playlists to Channels
There Are Many Long Tails
"Compatibility is Not a Goal" - Hollywood Execs
Demogogic Congressman Says Comedian Verges on Treason, Wants Him Off the Air
Study: DVRs Too Hard to Use for Most
Public Domain Enhancement Act Reintroduced
Patry on Grokster
Volokh Comments on Huffman Indecent Exposure Case
Felten on VoIP and 911
Lack of Convenience Leads to the Dark Side
Darknet: The Mini-Book, Week 2
French Judges Say "Oui" to Filesharing
Someone Should Have a Talk with Dave Matthews
Morgan Stanley's Abusive Ad Contracts
Steve Jobs is Just Trying to Help (Take Freedom of Speech Away)
Using the Appropriate Technology for a Particular Goal
Newsweek on the Future of Television
More Finkelstein on Censorware
Wax Cylinders Same as MP3s Says German Court
DRM Nightmare
Paris Hilton's Sidekick Hacked - Social Engineering to Blame
Fan Films Screened at Cannes
Cory, Cory, Cory
Life Imitates Sim City
Madisonian Copyright
The Internet of Video vs. IP-TV
The Varities of Crawford's Experiences
Broadcast Style Commericials Have Got to Go
Scalzi to Critics: Frankly, My Dear, I Don't Give a *#$#@
AOL Wants IM Integrated With Videogames
Ourmedia Surpasses 5,000th Upload Milestone
Common Carrier Would Keep Cable Companies from Blocking Competitor's Ads
Felten on the Copyright Office's Annual Report
The Ecology of the Buzzword
More Copyright Class in a Blog: Enumerated Powers Doctrine
Videogames and Libraries
Wasted Prosecutorial Resources in Copyright Infringement Case
How Not to Launch a Podcast Radio Station
Free TiVo Market Research
50 Films for $.055 Each
Videogame Law: The Blog
Geist on Canada's VoIP Ruling
Sales of DVD Recorders Increasing
It's Like a Copyright Class, Only It's a Blog
What TiVo People Know: A Modest Proposal
Feedburner and Yahoo! Media RSS
Technology Review's IP Issue
Toyota Goes With Sirius and Stern
NY Conference on Internet Television
Notes from the Planet Gallifrey in the Constellation Kasterborous
Dr. Lenz vs. Google
Weatherall on Copyright Exceptions Debate in Australia
Blankenhorn on Publishers' Ethics
Alarmism and a New Initiative from the Int'l Chamber of Commerce
WiPhishing: New Type of Phishing Attack
Volume Production of ePaper on the Way?
Making Canadian Copyright Available
Privacy Experts Provide Increased Privacy Suggestions
This is Harry Shearer, Huffington Post
Ode to Analog Copy Degradation
Godwin: Pyhrric Victory? I Don't Think So
Jeff Jarvis Meets Michael Powell
CoCo: German Court Approves Printer Levy
Techdirt: MS's IP Propaganda Contest
No Gay Books For Kids or No $ Says OK Legislators to Librarians
CoCo: Anti-DMCRA Spin
Seth Finkelstein on SafeBrowse
Evolutionary Chilling Effects
John Hiler: Death of Hierarchical Folders
Scoble: No RSS = Lame
New Distribution System for Automobiles
Doctorow on Proposed Broadcast Flag Legislation
Legacy Contracts Hinder Broadcast Evolution
WSJ: Newspapers Turning to Podcasts
Flickr Used by Spanish Newspaper
Schneier on Spam Basics
Gov't Doesn't Want to Tax Certain Nevada Industry
St. Lawrence Univ. Abuses Copyright to Uncover Anonymous Bloggers
Adobe's Digital Media Store Crippled by DRM and High Prices?
Patently-O: Two Briefs Supporting Cert on Patent Obviousness Case
Copyright Office Issues Orphan Works Reply Comments, Joe Gratz Summarizes
Consumer Reports: Filtering Software Getting Better But Still Far From Perfect
Yahoo! Sued Over Child Porn Web Group
How to Make a Commercial on DVD
The Growing Censorship Threat
Internet-to-TV Progressing
Translation of French Decision Making DVD DRM Illegal
Felten on RFID on DVD
Smithsonian Reluctant to Allow Free WiFi on the Mall
Broadband to the Home Via Natural Gas Pipelines?
Periodical Fires Push Pollster
DS/SF/FvL Copyfight Debate Continues
Nesson's Grokster Manifesto
Self-Replicating Robots Advance
Fred von Lohmann Responds to Derek Slater
Citizens' Media Weekend
You're In the Movie!
DRM: Who Do You Trust More?
Finkelstein and Slater Followups
Legal to Sell the Movie, But Not the Videogame
Media Navel Gazing
The FCC, Up-to-Date As Usual
That Darn Constitution
Podhoretz: Mass Media Meltdown
Trusted Computing Video Standard Moves Forward
Should Copyright Distinguish Between Parody and Satire?
The New Normal: Why Content and Distribution Should Be Separate
There Is More Than One Way to Achieve the Broadcast Flag
Slater Defends the Middle Ground in the Copyfight
Hilary Rosen Laments Apple's DRM Strategy
Copyright Infringement Possibilities for Liquid Lenses
Hal Varian on Grokster
Looking at the College Market
C|Net on Possible Judicial Inducement Test
1TB 3.5" Hard Drives in 2007
Al Gore's New Television/Internet Hybrid
Replacing New Commercials for Old
Comcast Chief: PSP is the new DVR
Report from Down Under on Kazaa Lawsuit
Wall Street Journal on Silicon Valley Political Mindset
Jeff Jarvis Defines Journalism as a Verb
Don't Ignore Brand X Case
New FCC Head Wants More Indecency Regulation - Including Cable, Satellite
Feds Adopt Distributed Computing
Creator of the Video Rental Store Dies
Honest Pirates?
Open Access to Law Reviews Blog
Elvis Still Number One in UK
Self-Help in the Seat Rental Business
Greece Upset by US Indecency Regulations
NY Times on CBS DRM
Filtering Television
Corporate Trade Barriers to World Trade
CBS Changes Report File: Cut-n-Paste Now Prohibited
The People Who Owned the Bible - a story

Blogging and Journalism
Experiments in Newspaper/Blog Hybrids
The Marginality of Blogging
Trust Me?
New England Cable Requests Viewers' Videos for Broadcast and Posting on the 'Net
Implications of the Power Law for Grokster 'Punditry'
WKRN-TV Gets It, They Really Get It
Open(x2) Letter to the Editors of the LA Times on Wikitorials
A Vision of PR's Future
Give Michael Kinsley YOUR Answers
Meta-Meta-Meta-Grokster
Never Trust Anyone Who Says 'Trust Me'
A Handful of Wikitorial Posts
A Loss of Order
Beware the Blogarazzi
Journalists Use Blogs, Don't Trust Them
SF Gate Starts 'Culture Blog'
Wikitorial Post Mortem
Video or Text?
Winning on Appeal in the Court of News Judgement
LA Times Wikitorial Has Left the Building (For Now)
LA Times Wikitorials - One Day Later
More on Wikitorials
LA Times Wikitorial Experiment Begins
Where's the Guarantee on Schiff's Editorial?
Fact or Fiction, Wikipedia or Books?
EFF's Legal Guide for Bloggers
Institutional Press Afraid to Stand Up Against Trade Secret Law
Wikitorials: A Dubious Idea from the LA Times
The Real Reason Apple is Suing Rumor Sites?
Wikipedia, Astroturf, and Reputation Hacks
Who Leaked the Apple+Intel News?
Newspaper Opinion = Protected: Blogger Opinion = Activism, Not Protected
Apple + Intel: Where's the Lawsuit Against C|Net?
Journalism's Coming Age of Enlightenment
Television News Cameraman Sees Rapid Change Thanks to Citizens Media
Lessig on Amateurs and Professionals
The Deer Have Guns and the Hunters Are Getting a Makeover
Call Me Candide
Hopefully the Last Post on the Star Trek/Pedophilia Connection
The Handy, Everyday Wikipedia
The Opening of the Frontier
The New Citizen Editors
Gillmor's Keynote to the World Editors Forum
Lament of a Television News Cameraman
Looking Backwards and Forwards at 'We Media '
Bloggers Develop Organically
Mass. Considers Press Shield Law that Only Protects Big Media
Boston Globe Writer Takes Journalists to Task in Apple Trade Secrets Case
Steve Jobs is Just Trying to Help (Take Freedom of Speech Away)
The Problem With Journalism Is ...
Newspapers Ends Reader Comments on Website Stories
The Populism of Blawgs
Star Trek and Pedophilia Claim Followup
LA Times Claim About Pedophiles Wrong
Just Before Death Pope Endorsed Citizens' Media
Tina Brown Bemoans Death of Quality Broadcast Television News
Jeff Jarvis Defines Journalism as a Verb
Bloggers are Journalists: The Down Side
Slate Induces Copyright Violations
A Proper Press Shield Test: Publication or Intent to Publish, Period
How Polarized is the Political Blogosphere?
Public Relations has Ethics? Who Knew?
CBS Report Panel Endorses "View From Nowhere"
Omissions and Other Critiques of the CBS News Report
How Does Dan Rather Define "Responsible"?
Why Does CBS News President Andrew Heyward Still Have His Job?
Bloggercon IV: In the Heart of the Beast?
Journalists, Publishers and Blogging
Whither the Press?
Media Appearance - Tammy Bruce Radio Show
Fox News Correspondent Cameron's Foul Up
Journalism's True Enemies
CBS Investigation Will Look Into Stonewalling
CBS Investigation Only on Process to Broadcast - Not Stonewalling
Incompetent AND Unethical: The Story of CBS News' Response to Criticism of the Killian Memo Forgeries - Part Two
Incompetent AND Unethical: The Story of CBS News' Response to Criticism of the Killian Memo Forgeries - Part One
CBS News Producer Contacted Kerry Aide Lockhart Before Show Aired
Rather's Statement
This Isn't About Dan Rather, It Is About CBS News
The Fingerpointing Has Begun at CBS
Real Time Fact Checking
Incompetent or Unethical? The Story of CBS News' Response to Criticism Over the Killian Memos
A Preponderance of Misdirection and Lack of Transparency
Where is the Transparency? - Crisis of Integrity Continues at CBS
Rather Shows He is Unfit for Journalism
Crisis in Journalism
CBS Memo Defense: Richard Katz Is Wrong About Ones and Els
The Great Wikipedia Authority Debate
"We the Media" Book Review
The Presidential Election, Copyright, INDUCE Act (IICA) and Tech Policy
Department of Pretentious Bullshit
Technorati Goes to the Democratic National Convention
Mernit on Improving Online News Coverage - Some Responses and the Citizens' Media Press Pool Fund
The Next Generation of Journalists Will Start as Bloggers
On Reporting Press Releases, Statements, Etc.
24/7 Internet Coverage of Political Conventions
FCC Chairman Powell Has a Blog - No, Seriously
Rosen and Hodder on Blogging, Political Conventions, and Journalism
Blogging the Political Conventions
BlogOn
Copyfight - The Remix
Republic.Press
BitTorrent, RSS and Broadcatching, Catching On
New Hacking Blog
RSS for TV, Music
Balkin on Sunstein, Blogging and Democracy
Napsterization: The Blog, Debuts
Who is John Simpson? Journalism, Lawyers and Blogging
Blogger Fired for Security Violation
Swarthmore's Professor Burke on the Diebold/Swarthmore Scandal
Volokh on Blogging and Libel
Camera Phone Backlash

Broadcast Flag
No News is Good News
Lack of Broadcast Flag Hurts Emergency Alert System?
Doctorow on Feinstein on the Broadcast Flag
Broadcast Flag Threat Greatly Diminished, For Now
EFF Update on Broadcast Flag
Broadcast Flag Hasn't Snuck In Yet - Danger Hasn't Passed Though
Broadcast Flag to Sneak Through Senate Tomorrow?!?
Letter Sent to Congress Opposing Broadcast Flag
Public Knowledge: Set Hard Date for Transfer of DTV Spectrum
Balance the Broadcast Flag with DMCA Reform?
CDT's 'Balanced Framework' for Copyright Completely Unbalanced
Good News on Broadcast Flag in DTV Bill
No Cable HDTV for Microsoft for Now
Broadcast Flag Rears Its Ugly Head in DTV Transition Hearings
Broadcast Flag Pro and Con in C|Net News
New Bill to Mandate DTV Transition by Jan 2009
"Compatibility is Not a Goal" - Hollywood Execs
Cory, Cory, Cory
Godwin: Pyhrric Victory? I Don't Think So
Doctorow on Proposed Broadcast Flag Legislation
Translation of French Decision Making DVD DRM Illegal
MPAA Shopping Draft Broadcast Flag Legislation
The FCC, Up-to-Date As Usual
There Is More Than One Way to Achieve the Broadcast Flag
Victory in Broadcast Flag Case! FCC Has No Authority Says Court
FCC Announces DTV Consumer Education Initiative - Forgets to Mention Broadcast Flag
Explain to Me Again Why We Need the Broadcast Flag Treaty
Hatch's Hit List #25 - EFF's Digital Front of Television Liberation
FCC Bestows Its Blessing on Technological Innovation
INDUCE Act (IICA): Every New Feature Could Trigger Lawsuits
Guerrilla Documentary Copyfighting
FCC Chairman Powell Has a Blog - No, Seriously
TiVo vs. Media Center Edition vs. INDUCE Act (IICA) vs. Broadcast Flag
The INDUCE Act (IICA) and the Broadcast Flag
INDUCE Act + Broadcast Flag Treaty = ???
Significant Procedural Victory in Broadcast Flag Lawsuit
Broadcast Flag Quote of the Day
Cuz, You Know, They Said They Would Take Their Ball and Go Home
The Broadcast Flag vs. Indecency Enforcement
FCC: Notice of Inquiry: Broadcast Flag for Digital Radio
The FCC and Idiotic Idiot Box "Innovation"
The Broadcast Flag Treaty - Draft Available
Copyfight - The Remix
FCC Sued Over Broadcast Flag - Yay!
Extending the Broadcast Flag
The Inefficiencies of Broadcast Television
Fight the Broadcast Flag - Give TiVos as Holiday Presents This Year
Hollywood == Tobacco Industry?
Get 'Em While They're Legal
FCC Inconsistency on HDTV
Rep. Lofgren Castigates FCC over Broadcast Flag
TiVo w/DVD Burner Rocks
Sony Video iPod a Reality
Wash Post Columnist Rips Broadcast Flag
Fight the Broadcast Flag! Use Spread Spectrum!
Advances in Portable Hard Drive Tech
The Television Tax - aka Broadcast Flag
Neat New Tool to Be Affected by Broadcast Flag
Broadcast Flag's Impacts Felt Beyond Television
The FCC - Stupid or Dissimulators?
Broadcast Flag Loophole Watch - Manufacture for Export
FCC Mandates Broadcast Flag
Props for Jack Valenti
TiVo is Officially an Endangered Species?
Broadcast Flag Update - Some Success for Consumer Rights Groups
Consumer Electronics, Linux and the Broadcast Flag
FCC Comments on Regulating Internet Explained
FCC to Regulate Whole Internet?
Copyright Law Creates Analog Resurgence?
FCC to Regulate Routers - Critics of Broadcast Flag Get Mainstream Press
One Way Convergence "Loop" in NY Times
Dell, Convergence and the Broadcast Flag
CDT's Broadcast Flag Report
FCC Foolishness on the Broadcast Flag
Dear Public Television - Thanks For Nothing!
Some Broadcast Flags are Better than Others (But None is Best of All)
Future of Digital TV Threatened By More Than Broadcast Flag
Broadcast Flag Rule by the End of the Month

Broadcatching/Podcasting
PBS's Web-Only Nerd TV to Launch in September Under Creative Commons License
Netflix in Another Indie Film Distribution Deal - Where is Netflix for the Internet?
Podcasting for the XBox 360?
Introducing the Spoken Alexandria Project
$1 Public Domain DVDs in the NY Times
Media Server for TiVo
Capturing Audio by the Ton
First it was Box Office, Now DVD Sales Slumping Too?
iTunes 4.9 - Now with Podcasting
Five Unintended Consequences of Podcasting
Study: PVRs in 50% of US Homes in 2009
Clear Channel to Launch 30 Podcasts
Listening to Radio On Your Cellphone
Happy 20th Birthday Nick at Night! Hope You Don't Have Too Many More
A Typical Joe on the Future of TV
TV Producer Gets Paid for Product Placement, Not Network
Mixtapes, Playlists, Culture
Podcast Games
Getting Municipalities to Approve IPTV
Speeding Up and Scanning Podcasts
Rush Limbaugh: Licensing Holding Podcasting Back
Podcasting and Profanity
The Next Big Thing is the Thing that Makes the Last Thing Usable
Split-Screen Commercials to Beat TiVo's Fast Forward Button
Die Network. Die! Die! Die!
Rex Hammock: Apple Will Simplify Podcasting
Jack and the Music Future
Malik: Phone Companies Need to Think Different, Not Simply Complain to Congress
Flash: From SWF to Video
Broadcasters Face Uphill Struggle
Distinguishing IPTV From Internet TV
Put Any MP3 on the Net Into a Personal Podcast
Die Channel. Die! Die! Die!
Rush Limbaugh to Launch Podcast on June 3rd - No Music Though
Company Adopts Podcasting for Internal Communication with Sales Force
Podcasts for Congress: Good Idea or Premature?
Podcasts Open the Door for More Audio Content
Review: Akimbo's Internet TV Stinks
30-Minute Television Shows to be a Thing of the Past
Google, Wikipedia and Podcasting
Gatekeeping on Mobile Phones
The Broadcast Machine at Berkman
Broadcatch/Podcast for the PSP
Telcos Will Have to Fight to Provide TV in Texas
Another Service to Sell RSS Feeds
Podcasts for Congress: A 'Capitol' Idea
Let Howard Stern Pick Your Music
Grumet on the Next iPodder Version
More on TV Station News and Podcasts
Microsoft has a Podcasting Team
Saturated Product Placement on VOD
Questions for Congress
Darknet Interviews Andy Wolfe, Fomer CTO of ReplayTV
TV Guide Podcasts
Audio Museum Annotation
The Opening of the Frontier
The iTunes of Podcasting
More on Apple and Podcasting
Knowing That You Changed Someone's Life: Priceless
All This Talk About Broadcasters Adopting Podcasting May Be Much Ado About Nothing
Telco Headed Down Wrong Path Says Netflix CEO
First ABC, Then NBC, Now CBS Radio Podcasts
More on Apple and Podcasting
US Soccer Starts Podcast
PaidContent Interviews Bernard Gershon
Podcasting a Threat to Audible.com
The Death of Podcasting?
Podcast Community/Conversation/Search
NBC News to Launch Numerous Hourly Podcasts
ABC News to Start Podcast this Week
Study: DVRs Too Hard to Use for Most
Forrester on Podcasting
Newsweek on the Future of Television
Why Not Podcast DVS Television Audio?
The Internet of Video vs. IP-TV
Broadcast Style Commericials Have Got to Go
Internet TV as Collaborative Environment
TV Guide Launches Four Short Form Internet Video Series
How Not to Launch a Podcast Radio Station
Traditional Broadcast Radio Whistling in the Dark
Advertisers Should Be Pushing Broadcatch
What TiVo People Know: A Modest Proposal
NY Conference on Internet Television
New Distribution System for Automobiles
Legacy Contracts Hinder Broadcast Evolution
WSJ: Newspapers Turning to Podcasts
How to Make a Commercial on DVD
Internet-to-TV Progressing
Networks Creating Broadcatch Friendly Content - But Cellphones Only, Please
If the Content is Free, Why Use Cable?
Al Gore's New Television/Internet Hybrid
PBS - The Non-Public Gatekeeping Service
Replacing New Commercials for Old
Comcast Chief: PSP is the new DVR
New York Times on Growing Interest in Satellite Radio
Tina Brown Bemoans Death of Quality Broadcast Television News
Television Networks as Empire
Freedom of the Press Belongs to Those Who Own Servers
Announcing the Future of Digital Media Series
Will the Networks Promote TiVo "Permalinks"?
Podcasts in Videogames
Attention Scarcity and Podcasting/Broadcatching
Doc Searls on the iPod Platform
TiVo plus Netflix =! Broadcatching
Hatch's Hit List #44 - Broadcatching
Viewing Commercials on TiVo
Broadcatching Roundup - TV Stations Now Unnecessary and Other News
Broadcatching Roundup: iPodder Opportunities, the Death of Radio, and an Enclosure Debate
Broadcatching on the iPod Platform
Broadcatching Roundup - Friday the 13th Edition
Broadcatching Roundup - 28 July 2004
Prosumer Camcorder Will Help Lead Content Revolution
The Living Room Candidate - Not a Creative Commons
Guerrilla Documentary Copyfighting
TiVo vs. Media Center Edition vs. INDUCE Act (IICA) vs. Broadcast Flag
500 Channels with Nothing On? Nah - No Channels At All
Broadcatching as Political Reform
Broadcatching Roundup - RSS v Syndication, RSS Radio and More
Broadcatching, the Future of Television News and the Death of Chattering Monkeys
Media and Government Partnering for Emergencies - An Innovative Proposal
Advice for TiVo
Video Playlists
The Network Television
Broadcast Flag Quote of the Day
Follow the (Political) Money - Use the Web
Steadicam for the Masses
No Clever Name Comes to Mind for this RSS/BitTorrent/Broadcatching Roundup
RSS+BitTorrent in Action - Broadcatching Examples & Roundup
TiVo's Quasi-New Extended Commercial Model
RSS, BitTorrent, Broadcatching, Porn, Business Models, and Banned Music
RSSTV Emergency Broadcatching System
Broadcatching, RSS+BitTorrent Progress Report and Roundup
Broadcatching - The Good, the Bad, the Slashdot
Television's Pushme-Pullyu
RSS + BitTorrent Roundup - Broadcatching Isn't MS Active Channels
RSS, BitTorrent and Broadcatching for Courts
Broadcatching Roundup
First Broadcatching App Available! (And Related News)
BitTorrent, RSS and Broadcatching, Catching On
RSS + BitTorrent Announcement Soon?
Broadcatching - The Early Days
Broadcatching - Not Broadcasting
BitTorrent + RSS = The New Broadcast

Civil Liberties
Mere Presence of Encryption on PC Relevant to Criminal Acts
Freedom of Expression: Thank Skywalker!
How Much Torture Before Execution is Too Much Torture?
Confusing the No-Fly List
Defending Civil Liberties Shortly After 9/11
End-to-End Must Die So that National Security May Live
The Constitution According to Bush
Froomkin on Supreme Court Cases to Watch
Copyfight - The Remix
Security Know-Nothingism
A Race the FBI Can't Win: The Increasingly Asymmetric Costs of Wiretap Surveillance vs. Wiretap Avoidance
Ricin Patent Removed from PTO Database?
Information Cannot Be 0wn3d
DRM as Protectionism
Slater Wins One @ Harvard
Kucinich Posts Diebold's E-Voting Memos
321 Studios to Support EFF
Slater's Civil Disobedience in the Harvard Crimson
FREADOM
Harvard's Unjust Application of the DMCA
EFF, Stanford Support Diebold Countersuit
An E-Voting Machine Goes "Boo!"
Civil Disobedience to Diebold Moves onto P2P Networks
Diebold Protest Growing
Diebold Countering Civil Disobedience with More Notice-and-Takedown Letters
Swarthmore's Professor Burke on the Diebold/Swarthmore Scandal
This is not the Link You're Looking For
Diebold Filing False Notice-and-Takedown Claims?
Fire Rages - Hundreds of Thousands Left Without Gov't
The Chronicle on the Swarthmore Controversy
China to Regulate and Standardize "Troublesome" CyberCafes
Swarthmore Civil Disobedience Campaign Growing
Electronic Civil Disobedience Spreads - Students from 8 Universities Participate
Finkelstein to Swarthmore - Don't Give in to Chilling Effects
Reimerdes and Linking Re: Swarthmore
Swarthmore Crackdown on Protesting Students Reaches New Low
Swarthmore Actively Opposes E-Civil Disobedience Campaign
(Electronic) Civil Disobedience at Swarthmore

Copyright
PBS's Web-Only Nerd TV to Launch in September Under Creative Commons License
Geist Savages the Harry Potter Injunction Some More
Ludicrous Copyright Response Letters
CoCo on German Copyright Decisions
Fair Use of Citizen Journalism Photos by Big Media
Anti-Spoofing Technologies and Grokster
BBC Blasted for Making Music Freely Available
Prediction: No Lawsuit Against Slingbox
Senior Fellow for Progress and Freedom Foundation Defends Comparison of Alternative Compensation Schemes to Slave Labor Prison Camps
Senate Hearings on Grokster Decision
Samuelson on Grokster
Von Lohmann on 17 USC 115 Reform
Senior Fellow for Progress and Freedom Foundation Compares Alternative Compensation Schemes to Forced Labor Prison Camps
Meta Grokster Roundup
German Publisher's Group Pushing to Poison DNS
July 4 Grokster Roundup
Defending the Commons in India
Hodder: Grokster Victory in 5-8 Years
Thanks, JD
Eldred Begat Grokster
2nd Cir. - Elements of Halloween Costumes May Be Copyrightable
Bram Cohen: My Activist's Manifesto is a Parody!
Day Three of the Grokster Era
Grokster and darknet companies
BitTorrent and Grokster: How Much Intent Does it Take?
The Day After: Grokster Roundup
Grokster and Open Source: Will Open Source Force the Court to Confront Sony?
The Importance of ... Law and IT: MGM v. Grokster
Kicking the Sony Can Down the Road
Some Notes on Grokster
Grokster open thread: Your views
Grokster: Theory and practice
Questions for Podcast on Grokster Decision
Notes on RIAA and MPAA Press Conference
Notes on Pro-Grokster Press Conference
Wall Street Journal Roundtable on Grokster
Grokster Loses - Unanimously - Inducement Test?
Where I'll Be Reading About Grokster and Brand X
Non-Discrimination in 17 USC 115 Reform
More Pre-Grokster Commentary
Gratz on Lessig on 17 USC 115 Reform
A Slew of Articles from INDICARE
Fred's Friendly Fathomable Guide to the Grokster Decision
Goldman on Copynorms: Is Infringement Theft?
Pre-Grokster Weekend Reading
Lessig on the Proposed 17 USC 115 Reform
Grokster + Brand X = Issues of Openness? It's All About the Distribution, Baby!
Democratizing Video Distribution with DVDs
Clearing Rights for a Mad Hot Documentary
Reason's Nick Gillespie on the Copyfight
Creative Commons and the Videogame Webcomic
Through the Looking Glass with the MPAA
Slater on Mercora's Legal Hacks
Grokster: The Waiting is the Hardest Part
Summary and Analysis of the Proposed 21st Century Music Licensing Reform Act
The State of Movie Copyright Infringement in Nairobi
Forget Grokster? A Recording Industry Bombshell from the Copyright Office
The Daily Patry - Independent Creation
Copyright Lawsuit Over 'Zoom'
Seth F on Blizzard v. BnetD Oral Argument
Download the Blizzard v. BNETD Oral Argument
Geist on Canada's New Copyright Bill
Hollywood Smashes Piñata - No Candy, Only Lawsuits Fall Out
Marybeth Peters to Testify on Music Licensing Reform
Free the David
Hey, That's My Handbag (Design)!
Canadian Politicians Answer Questions on Copyright
Supreme Court to Hear Patent Tying Case
No Decision in Grokster, Brand X Today
Patry on the More Discerning Observer Test
Licensed Goldfish
Lawsuits Against Blogspam
The Patry Copyright Class Continues
Birthday Cakes are Nature's Way of Telling Us to Reform Copyright
Australian Federal Court Justice Rips Copyright Term Extension
GAO Issues Testimony Regarding Int'l IP Enforcement
Barnett Blogs the AALS Contracts Conference
Darknet Excerpt: The Future of DRM
Gov't Support for Media Discussed
Geist on Motivations for Copyright Reform in Canada
Beastie Boys Sampling Infringement Case Ends
Joe Gratz Enjoys Copyright Infringement
Brief Interview with David Nimmer
463 Communications Looks at CDT's Copyright Policy Paper
Denise Re: Copyright Reform and Participatory Law
Irony, Thy Name is Warhol
Brazil Threatens to Ignore US IP Rights
The Grateful Dead and Fair Use (And It's Not About the Music)
June 9, 1790 - First Book Copyrighted in US - The Philadelphia Spelling Book
Re: iPods Re: Australian Law
Samuelson's Berkeley Students Offer Potential Solutions for 'the P2P Problem'
Darknet's Jack Valenti Interview
Patry on Termination in Copyright
Innovation and Design: One Can Only Predict Use
Janice Brown Appointed to DC Circuit Court of Appeals
The Spread of Creative Commons
Two Positive Reviews of CDT's Report
Re: Marty Re: Dennis Re: iPods
Copyright North of the Border
Felten on CDT's Report
30th Anniversary of the Consumer VCR Yesterday
I Don't Have a Clue
CDT's 'Balanced Framework' for Copyright Completely Unbalanced
Equitable Estoppel Successfully Used as Defense in Copyright Case
In Search Of: A Positive Agenda for the Copyfight
More Copyright Photo Inanity
More No Personal Use Exemption Copyright Inanity
Do Copyrighted Wedding Photos Even Make Sense?
A Reply to Dennis Kennedy, Michael Madison and Marty Schwimmer on iPods, Distribution and Copyright
Does It Make Sense to Hold WalMart Responsible for Reproducing Photos its Customers Want Copied?
JD Lasica Guest Blogging on Copyfight
Fair Use and the DVD Fan Audio Commentary
More on "Restricted Use" vs. "License"
DRM: Add On or Integral Part?
Patry: Bridgeport Music Wrongly Decided
UK to Extend Copyright for Pop Songs
Warner Music Implies iTunes and Listen.com Guilty of Massive, Ongoing, Criminal Copyright Violations
Sharing With Friends, Not Strangers
6th Cir. Reaffirms - No De Minimis Defense in Copying Sound Recordings
Continue the Discussion About Copyright Leakage on Copyfight
Waiting for Grokster
Licensed Music May Backfire on Recording Company
Rush Limbaugh to Launch Podcast on June 3rd - No Music Though
Copyright Leakage Convinces Labels to Make Most of Their Libraries
Judge Patel Dismisses One Direct Infringement Theory, But Napster Investment Case Continues
Rental Nation Deja Vu
The Benefits of Copyright Leakage
Public Good Problem Overestimated, Rent Seeking Underestimated
Rights and Int'l Law
Patry on the Supreme Court and Sony
Whiny Bruins Have a Point
Put Down that UK Edition Harry Potter and Step Away Slowly
Feeling Guilty About Free-Riding
Copyright and Aliens
Sing, O Goddess, the Muse of Mashups
Where Does Fan Fiction End and Copyright/Trademark Begin?
Issues of Future Copyright
Google Print Review
Google Print Goes Live!
Creative Commons Now Part of Yahoo! Search
Terrorism and Copyright Infringement
Ian Ayre's New Book: Optional Law
Whither Copyright in Canada?
Bizarre Settlement Possible in Music Club Infringement Case
Restore the Old Republic
Senate Judiciary IP Subcommitee Hearing On Int'l Copyright Infringement
Madisonian Creative Commons
Virtual Worlds Fear Copyright Liability
Senate Hearing Today on 'Piracy of Intellectual Property'
Patry on the History Behind Luck's Music Library v. Gonzalez
Google's Library Digitization Plan Runs Into Opposition
DC Circuit Rejects Challenge to Congress Removing Works from the Public Domain
This Anti-Creative Commons Rhetoric Goes to Eleven
Public Domain Enhancement Act Reintroduced
Patry on Grokster
Framing Effects and Copyright
Darknet: The Mini-Book, Week 2
A Copyrighted Chicken, an Egg and Replacementdocs.com
Fan Films Screened at Cannes
Cory, Cory, Cory
Madisonian Copyright
Copyright Infringement in China and China's DMCA
JD Lasica's Darknet: The Mini-Book
More on "Making Available" and Patel's Napster Ruling
Felten on the Copyright Office's Annual Report
Stakes in the Free Expression Business - Alternative Compensation Schemes Needn't be Free Expression
More Copyright Class in a Blog: Enumerated Powers Doctrine
Wasted Prosecutorial Resources in Copyright Infringement Case
It's Like a Copyright Class, Only It's a Blog
Technology Review's IP Issue
Weatherall on Copyright Exceptions Debate in Australia
Alarmism and a New Initiative from the Int'l Chamber of Commerce
Making Canadian Copyright Available
How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Infringement
Gov't Censorship Spurs Copyright Infringement in China
CoCo: German Court Approves Printer Levy
Techdirt: MS's IP Propaganda Contest
St. Lawrence Univ. Abuses Copyright to Uncover Anonymous Bloggers
Copyright Office Issues Orphan Works Reply Comments, Joe Gratz Summarizes
Judge Patel Shoots Down Notion That the Right of Distribution Includes "Making Available"
Schaumann on Direct Infringement in P2P
DS/SF/FvL Copyfight Debate Continues
Nesson's Grokster Manifesto
Fred von Lohmann Responds to Derek Slater
Finkelstein and Slater Followups
Whither the Fourth Pillar of Fair Use
Should Copyright Distinguish Between Parody and Satire?
Slater Defends the Middle Ground in the Copyfight
Distribution Loophole in Capital Records v. Naxos?
Videogame Golf, Copyright and Drunken Bar Patrons
New York - Common Law Copyright Protects 50-Year Old Sound Recordings
Cory Doctorow Issues DMCA Notice and Takedown to BoingBoing Parody Site
More Honest Pirates
Slate Induces Copyright Violations
Creator of the Video Rental Store Dies
Is Arizona's Counterfeiting Law Unconstitutional or Preempted?
An Engine of Censorship
Congressional Copyright Shenanigans Finished (For Now)
MPAA/RIAA Files Petition for Cert in Grokster Case
Copyright Shenanigans Not Over in Congress - Piracy Education Act Dangerous
Intellectual Property PAC Launches
The Copyrightability of Messages from Extraterrestrials
Once Upon a Time Martha Graham Had an Employment Agreement
Copyright Permissions and Kinko's
The Google File System
Introducing: The Importance Of ... Audio Edition
Grokster Wins Big in 9th Circuit
Cultural Protectionism, Copyright and Filesharing
Does the FCC Want Out of the Copyright Regulation Business?
The Future of Copyright, the Future of Technology
Online Comic Artist Reveals Comic Syndicates Wear No Clothes
The Presidential Election, Copyright, INDUCE Act (IICA) and Tech Policy
JibJab Files Lawsuit for Right to Distribute Parody?
JibJabapalooza 2
JibJabapalooza
EFF Defends JibJab Animation as Parody
Fair Use, Normal Use, Competive Use and the INDUCE Act (IICA)
Are TV Networks "Inducing" Infringement by Promoting JibJab?
Barbie on the INDUCE Act (IICA): From My Cold, Plastic Hands, Senator Hatch
RIAA Subpoenas for John Does Valid
Parody or Satire? iRaq Posters, JibJab Animation, Fuse's Silhouette Ads
Book Review: The Anarchist in the Library
Destroying Some Artists so that Others Might Live
The Living Room Candidate - Not a Creative Commons
The Right to Hire an Attorney at an Academic Press
Outfoxed Rope-a-Dope Begins?
Complaints About the Used Book Market - Again
On Walden
Guerrilla Documentary Copyfighting
No Guarantees with Content Subscriptions
Lessig on Hollaar's "Sony Revisited" and the INDUCE Act (IICA)
TiVo vs. Media Center Edition vs. INDUCE Act (IICA) vs. Broadcast Flag
The Debate Over Free Information 100 Years Ago
E-Mail Wiretap Decision: Out of the Wiretap Frying Pan, Into the Copyright Fire
Roland Emmerich: Copyright Pirate?
The INDUCE Act and the Right to Prepare Derivative Works
Selling the Public Domain Short
Editing DVD Player on Sale Soon
The Broadcast Flag Treaty - Draft Available
PIRATE Act Reveals Sen. Hatch as Strange Ally of Pornography Industry
Outside the Creative Commons System
Copyfight - The Remix
"True Name and Address" Bill for All Filesharers Introduced in Calif
Progress & Freedom Study is Anti-Progress
Something's Gotta be Done About the Beatles
Dangermouse, the Jay-Z Construction Set and the Videogame Content Creation Model
Information Cannot Be 0wn3d
Klingon is Copyrighted
Court Using Linux Hears Lawsuit Claiming Linux Infringes Copyright
Happy 100th Birthday Dr. Seuss
Lazy Database Protectors
Lessig on Eldred
A History Palette for Music
End of an Era
Grey Tuesday
The Grey Album - No Copying Necessary
WIPO Honors Its Own - Valenti Gets Medal
Collapsing Release Windows for Movies and DVDs
P2P and Pornography: Cheap is More Convenient
Parody of a Parody
P2P Industry Association is Not Your Friend
Comment Spam
To Save Copyright We Must Reform It
Pavolvich Free to Post DeCSS (Until Sued by MPAA, Anyway)
Fair Use, Free Use and Normal Use
Why Not Run Your Own Game Server?
Another Screener on the Internet
Mod-Chipping Legal in Italy
DRM as Protectionism
Makers of Copy Protected CDs Engaged in Piracy
A Beam in Hollywood's Eye
HP Goes Off the Rails
Solum the First Amendment, Copyright and Originalism
Verizon Wins Against DMCA Subpoenas
Napsterization: The Blog, Debuts
Porn, Compulsories and Filtering
Felten's Challenge on Compulsory Monitoring Schemes
60 Million Moral Exemplars
Pop-up Ad Firm WhenU.com Beats Preliminary Injunction Sought by Wells Fargo
It's All About the Distribution, Stupid
Miller to Deep: What Derek Said
The End of the Beginning: The Death of MP3.com
Free Mickey: 75 Years of Indentured Servitude
Joke Isn't That Funny
Century 21: Property, IP and Creativity in the Virtual World
New IP Rules for Second Life
LA Times Analyzes MPAA's New Sue-Em-All Strategy
Sony's CD DRM Makes a Comeback
Printed Porn Dying - Publishers Blame Old Models, Not Piracy
Madster Seeks Supreme Court Cert
Motion Picture Studio Chiefs Want MPAA to Adopt Anti-File-Sharing Litigation Strategy
Copyright Scholar Ray Patterson has Passed Away
Beastie Boys Sampling Not Infringement
Harvard's Unjust Application of the DMCA
EFF, Stanford Support Diebold Countersuit
Independent Creation, the "Halloween" Mask and Classic Movie Makeup
Pumpkin Carving DRM
Happy Halloween, Nosferatu (No Thanks to Copyright)
Civil Disobedience to Diebold Moves onto P2P Networks
Would We Still Have Libraries?
Props for Jack Valenti
Diebold Protest Growing
Diebold Countering Civil Disobedience with More Notice-and-Takedown Letters
Swarthmore's Professor Burke on the Diebold/Swarthmore Scandal
Google Investigating Book Search Feature
This is not the Link You're Looking For
Diebold Filing False Notice-and-Takedown Claims?
The Chronicle on the Swarthmore Controversy
Copyright Law Creates Analog Resurgence?
Swarthmore Civil Disobedience Campaign Growing
FCC to Regulate Routers - Critics of Broadcast Flag Get Mainstream Press
LAMP, MIT and Unintended Consequences
Tauzin's MPAA a Lesser Threat
Electronic Civil Disobedience Spreads - Students from 8 Universities Participate
Finkelstein to Swarthmore - Don't Give in to Chilling Effects
Another NY Times v Tasini? Amazon's Book Search Hits a Snag
Reimerdes and Linking Re: Swarthmore
These Facts © Major League Baseball 2003
Swarthmore Crackdown on Protesting Students Reaches New Low
Swarthmore Actively Opposes E-Civil Disobedience Campaign
(Electronic) Civil Disobedience at Swarthmore
First Drugs, Now Textbooks - Parallel Import Trade Taking Off
Geist on Copyright Law Through Treaty
Copyright Liability Insurance: A Response to Dan Fingerman
IP Justice on IP in the Free Trade Area of the Americas Treaty
Miami Vice Just Won't Be the Same
Copyright Liability Insurance for File-Sharers: An Idea Whose Time Has Not Come
Yang Liwei © 2003 CNSA All Rights Reserved
Ethics and the BSA ... Inherently in Conflict?

Creative Commons
PBS's Web-Only Nerd TV to Launch in September Under Creative Commons License
The New Blue Book
Introducing the Spoken Alexandria Project

Cryptography
Granick Wants to Know Top Ten Legal Questions for Hackers
More on Crypto and Criminal Evidence
Mere Presence of Encryption on PC Relevant to Criminal Acts
Rumors of SHA-1 Vulnerability
A Race the FBI Can't Win: The Increasingly Asymmetric Costs of Wiretap Surveillance vs. Wiretap Avoidance
DRM Companies Fund Felten's Attacks on DRM
Poor Traffic Light Engineering Practices
1) Respond to Nonexistent Threat; 2) ... ; 3) Profit!
Famous Crypto Case Ends With Whimper, Not Bang

Culinary School
Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 23
Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 22
Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 21
Kitchen Academy - The Hollywood Cookbook and Guest Chef Michael Montilla - March 18th
Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 20
Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 19
Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 18
Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 17
Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 16
Kitchen Academy - Hosting Explore-A-Story - March 12th
Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 15
Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 14
Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 13
Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 12
Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 11
Catering the Academy Award's Governors Ball with Wolfgang Puck - March 5th
Kitchen Academy - Consumer Education March 4th
Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 10
Catering the Academy Award's Governors Ball with Wolfgang Puck - March 2nd
Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 9
Catering the Academy Award's Governors Ball with Wolfgang Puck - March 1st
Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 8
Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 7
Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 6
Kitchen Academy - Consumer Education Feb 25
Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 5
Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 4
Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 3
Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 2
Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 1
Kitchen Academy - Feb 18 - Guest Chef Demo by Michael Montilla
Kitchen Academy - Feb 17 - Ellen DeGeneres Visits
Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 30
Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 29
Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 28
Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 27
Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 26
Kitchen Academy - Consumer Education Feb 11
Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 25
Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 24
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Notes, Hints and Tips for Kitchen Academy Students - Course I - Midterm
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Culture
BBC Blasted for Making Music Freely Available
Visions of the Future from AOL Circa 1995
What happens when we become the media?
What Advertisers Fear: Deliberate Inattention
Window Into a Virtual World
100th Anniversary of Pittsburgh's First Movie Theater
Clearing Rights for a Mad Hot Documentary
Creative Commons and the Videogame Webcomic
Free the David
Mixtapes, Playlists, Culture
Joe Gratz Enjoys Copyright Infringement
NYT: Hacking is Good
What the Long Tail Ain't
Joi Ito on the Emperor in Japanese Culture
Godwin: Microsoft's Halo Deal is Business as Usual
It's a Seller's Market in Attention
The Case Against the Luddites
Fair Use and the DVD Fan Audio Commentary
Copyright Leakage Convinces Labels to Make Most of Their Libraries
Will Digital Overlays Blind Us?
Internet Video Not the Same Thing as a Movie Screen Says Cinemaphile
A Technological History of Music
Backup or 'Hostage' Cellphones
Sing, O Goddess, the Muse of Mashups
The Handy, Everyday Wikipedia
Maverick Movie Distribution
Shifting Economics in the Demand Curve
Google Print Review
Audio Museum Annotation
Creative Commons Now Part of Yahoo! Search
The Opening of the Frontier
Whither the Moviegoer?
Librarians Gone Wild (with Videogames)
Digital Media Allows for More Complexity
Whales are Masters of Remix Culture
Baudrillard and the Virtual Cow
Quality Can Be Found Anywhere on the Long Tail
Pirates, Sharers, Traders and Hoarders
The Superiority of Playlists to Channels
There Are Many Long Tails
Building the Bottom Up from the Top Down
Highly Recommended: Tesseract: The Film
Fan Films Screened at Cannes
Cory, Cory, Cory
Life Imitates Sim City
The Varities of Crawford's Experiences
JD Lasica's Darknet: The Mini-Book
AOL Wants IM Integrated With Videogames
Ourmedia Surpasses 5,000th Upload Milestone
Videogames and Libraries
50 Films for $.055 Each
Notes from the Planet Gallifrey in the Constellation Kasterborous
Ode to Analog Copy Degradation
Techdirt: MS's IP Propaganda Contest
Flickr Used by Spanish Newspaper
Who'd Buy the Public Domain for a Dollar?
JibJab Files Lawsuit for Right to Distribute Parody?
JibJabapalooza 2
JibJabapalooza
EFF Defends JibJab Animation as Parody
Barbie on the INDUCE Act (IICA): From My Cold, Plastic Hands, Senator Hatch
Parody or Satire? iRaq Posters, JibJab Animation, Fuse's Silhouette Ads
Department of Pretentious Bullshit
Hackers, Lawyers, Society and the INDUCE Act (IICA)
The Cathedral, the Bazaar and Art
The Morality of Code
The INDUCE Act and the Right to Prepare Derivative Works
Slate's Celebrity Playlist Article Misses Real Story
Videogames Inspire Speedy Movie Zombies
Minority Languages and Open Source
Client-Side Remixing Conundrums
Republic.Press
Something's Gotta be Done About the Beatles
Dangermouse, the Jay-Z Construction Set and the Videogame Content Creation Model
End of an Era
Balkin on Sunstein, Blogging and Democracy
Why Not Run Your Own Game Server?
Book Publishing in Every School and Library
Second Life and Machinima
TV Producers Take Heart - TiVo Addiction
America's Army 2.0 Released
The iTunes Catalog is Cool
Happy Halloween, Nosferatu (No Thanks to Copyright)
Would We Still Have Libraries?
Videogames Big in Baghdad
The Fragility of Data
Looking into the Connected Future
Thanks for the Memories

CyberCafes
Calif. Legislature Passes Requirement that Retailers Post Video Game Ratings
LA City Council Votes to Regulate Cybercafés
Valve Bullys Cybercafé
Library Surveillance in Garden Grove
CyberCafe Ordinance Decision - First Amendment Victory - Privacy Defeat
China to Regulate and Standardize "Troublesome" CyberCafes

Cybercrime
Goldman on Click Fraud
Wasted Prosecutorial Resources in Copyright Infringement Case
Organized Crime to Take Over Spam?
A Race the FBI Can't Win: The Increasingly Asymmetric Costs of Wiretap Surveillance vs. Wiretap Avoidance
Bad Boys, Bad Boys, Watcha Gonna Do?

Digital Millennium Copyright Act
Wayback DMCA Violations
Gartenberg Responds on eBook DRM and Potential DMCA Violations
DRM Proponent Fed Up With DRM - Violates DMCA
Seth F on Blizzard v. BnetD Oral Argument
Download the Blizzard v. BNETD Oral Argument
Geist on Canada's New Copyright Bill
Report on Oral Argument in Blizzard v. BNETD Case
DVD Format Wars in the NY Times
Violating the DMCA to Make Home Movies
Oral Arguments in Blizzard v. BNETD
Ask Nicely and They'll Tell You How to Bypass Their DRM
Macrovision's Magical DRM that Drastically Reduces P2P Distribution
Mark Cuban Has Questions About the Macrovision DMCA Lawsuit
Macrovision Invokes DMCA for Analog Copy-Protection Technology
Balance the Broadcast Flag with DMCA Reform?
McCullagh and Homsi on DRM Laws
Even Copyright Infringing Spammers Deserve Free Speech Protections
DRM and Lock-In: Apple vs. Microsoft
Raff Videoblogs an FCC Indecency Decision
Too Many Competing Interests for Monolithic DRM to be Successful
Engadget: RIP DVD Decrypter
Why Not DRM and DMCA for Everything?
DOJ Busts X-Box Modders for DMCA Violations
CDT's 'Balanced Framework' for Copyright Completely Unbalanced
Supreme Court Rejects Lexmark's DMCA Appeal
More on "Restricted Use" vs. "License"
DRM: Add On or Integral Part?
The MPAA's DVD Hardware Police
Wax Cylinders Same as MP3s Says German Court
CoCo: Anti-DMCRA Spin
Translation of French Decision Making DVD DRM Illegal
Hilary Rosen Laments Apple's DRM Strategy
Remind Me of the Reason for the DMCA Again?
The Importance Of ... Law and IT: Bnetd and Lexmark
Major DMCA/EULA Loss - District Court Clueless in BNETD Case
The Importance Of ... Law and IT: Garage Doors and the DMCA
Chamberlain v. Skylink in the Court of Public Opinion
Commentaries on the Federal Circuit's Skylink Decision
Landmark Federal Circuit Decision in Skylink Case Creates DMCA Balancing Test
Thierer Beats the Devil
Apple vs. Real: The Debate Continues
DMCA Executioner Strikes Again, Prepares for Next Victims
Department of Ooops: Apple FairPlay Edition
Will Real's DRM Strategy Succeed? Signs Point to "No"
Apple Gets Real Serious About Harmony
Why Who Can Sue Under the DMCA is Important
Can Real Sue Apple Under the DMCA?
Can Copyright Holders Sue Real for Converting Files from Helix DRM to FairPlay DRM?
What Real's Hacking of FairPlay Doesn't Do
Bill Gates: DVDs Soon to be Obsolete
The INDUCE Act (IICA) and the Safe Harbor Provisions of the DMCA
Who Can Sue Who Under the DMCA?
Digital Millennium Competition Avoidance (DMCA)
The INDUCE Act (IICA) and the Notice and Takedown Provisions of the DMCA
The INDUCE Act (IICA) and the Anti-Circumvention Provisions of the DMCA
Pro-DMCA Forces Strike Back
Potemkin Village - What Secrets DRM Encryption is Really Hiding
Anti-DMCA Personal Technology Freedom Coalition to Launch
Misleading DMCA Article
The Broadcast Flag Treaty - Draft Available
Copyfight - The Remix
APEX's New Networked DVD Player
Berkman Center Should Talk to Shorenstein Center About DMCA
Confusing DMCA "Database" Decision Not About Databases
DeCSS Injunction Lifted in Trade Secrets Case
DMCA Decision on Databases
I Have No Rights And I Must Scream
Pavolvich Free to Post DeCSS (Until Sued by MPAA, Anyway)
Mod-Chipping Legal in Italy
Verizon Wins Against DMCA Subpoenas
Hollywood == Tobacco Industry?
Slater Wins One @ Harvard
Kucinich Posts Diebold's E-Voting Memos
Wash Post Confused by DMCA
Slater's Civil Disobedience in the Harvard Crimson
Harvard's Unjust Application of the DMCA
EFF, Stanford Support Diebold Countersuit
Civil Disobedience to Diebold Moves onto P2P Networks
DMCA Exemption Rulemaking to be Challenged
Would We Still Have Libraries?
Diebold Protest Growing
Diebold Countering Civil Disobedience with More Notice-and-Takedown Letters
Swarthmore's Professor Burke on the Diebold/Swarthmore Scandal
Ancillary Works on DVD DMCA Exemption Denied
This is not the Link You're Looking For
Diebold Filing False Notice-and-Takedown Claims?
The Chronicle on the Swarthmore Controversy
Swarthmore Civil Disobedience Campaign Growing
Electronic Civil Disobedience Spreads - Students from 8 Universities Participate
Finkelstein to Swarthmore - Don't Give in to Chilling Effects
Reimerdes and Linking Re: Swarthmore
Swarthmore Crackdown on Protesting Students Reaches New Low
Swarthmore Actively Opposes E-Civil Disobedience Campaign
(Electronic) Civil Disobedience at Swarthmore
First Drugs, Now Textbooks - Parallel Import Trade Taking Off
Geist on Copyright Law Through Treaty
IP Justice on IP in the Free Trade Area of the Americas Treaty
TechTV to Violate DMCA?

Digital Rights Management
Goldman on Recent DOJ Warez Group Busts
A Slew of Articles from INDICARE
Gartenberg Responds on eBook DRM and Potential DMCA Violations
More Details on Latest CD DRM
DRM Proponent Fed Up With DRM - Violates DMCA
DRM Mucking Things Up
Study: DRM to Be Booming Business
Amazons 'Copy Protected CD' Label Not Good Enough Says CoCo Blog
DRM Proponent Frustrated by DRM, Again
Record Labels Fear Apple's Lock-In?
Record Companies Intend to Make Criminals of Us All
Macrovision's Magical DRM that Drastically Reduces P2P Distribution
And They Get Well-Paid for Writing this Stuff
McCullagh and Homsi on DRM Laws
DRM Holding Back 'Connected Home' Consumer Electronics Market
463 Communications Looks at CDT's Copyright Policy Paper
DRM and Lock-In: Apple vs. Microsoft
Too Many Competing Interests for Monolithic DRM to be Successful
Who Wouldn't Want to be Pre-Breakup AT&T
Why Not DRM and DMCA for Everything?
Two Positive Reviews of CDT's Report
How to Avoid the Upgrade into HD DRM Trap
Apple as Media Platform Company
Felten on CDT's Report
CDT's 'Balanced Framework' for Copyright Completely Unbalanced
Same Day Apple Special
More on "Restricted Use" vs. "License"
DRM: Add On or Integral Part?
Apple + Intel = Trusted Computing?
Yet Another CD DRM Attempt - Yawn
Yahoo! Music Hacked Already?
Intel Embeds MS DRM Into New Chipset
The MPAA's DVD Hardware Police
MS to Lock Up Office Documents, Lock In Customers
Someone Should Have a Talk with Dave Matthews
DRM Nightmare
CoCo: German Court Approves Printer Levy
Adobe's Digital Media Store Crippled by DRM and High Prices?
Translation of French Decision Making DVD DRM Illegal
Felten on RFID on DVD
DRM: Who Do You Trust More?
Hilary Rosen Flashback
Trusted Computing Video Standard Moves Forward
Hilary Rosen Laments Apple's DRM Strategy
Thierer Beats the Devil
Apple vs. Real: The Debate Continues
Department of Ooops: Apple FairPlay Edition
Will Real's DRM Strategy Succeed? Signs Point to "No"
Optimal Level of DRM for Music Downloads = 0
Apple Gets Real Serious About Harmony
What Real's Hacking of FairPlay Doesn't Do
New DRM Coalition to Raise Barriers to Entry for Competitors
TiVo vs. Media Center Edition vs. INDUCE Act (IICA) vs. Broadcast Flag
Why I Support New DRM Standard for Oscar Screeners
Quote of the Day: Telecom and DRM Edition
Prove DRM Works - Eliminate the DMCA
A Logical DRM Speedbumps Strategy
DRM and Darknets: A Response to Brad Hutchings
Potemkin Village - What Secrets DRM Encryption is Really Hiding
Metaphors Gone Wild: On Pies, Ships, Regressive Taxes, DRM and Microsoft
Who is Bullying Who?
The Broadcast Flag Treaty - Draft Available
Copyfight - The Remix
Intel on the "Server in the Closet"
Speed Bumps on Your Car
DRM Dystopias on Parade
P2P and Pornography: Cheap is More Convenient
P2P Industry Association is Not Your Friend
DRM - False Privacy Savior
HP's Corporate Schizophrenia
DRM as Protectionism
Sony's CD DRM Makes a Comeback
The Problem with Incompatible DRM
Broadcast Flag Loophole Watch - Manufacture for Export
FCC Mandates Broadcast Flag
Introducing Beloved Comrade Palladium
Pumpkin Carving DRM
Next Gen DVD - Now Even Less Useful!
Copy Protection Robs the Future Deja Vu
FCC to Regulate Whole Internet?
Microsoft DRM - Headaches to Come?
DRM Companies Fund Felten's Attacks on DRM
FCC to Regulate Routers - Critics of Broadcast Flag Get Mainstream Press
The Fragility of Data
Future of Digital TV Threatened By More Than Broadcast Flag
Microsoft on iTunes for Windows
SunnComm Brouhaha Continues

E-Voting
Report: Diebold Opti-Scan Voting Machines Easily Hackable
A New Pentagon Papers Case - Newspapers, Blogs and the Diebold/Jones Day Memos
Avi Rubin's Day as an Election Judge
Slater Wins One @ Harvard
Kucinich Posts Diebold's E-Voting Memos
Slater's Civil Disobedience in the Harvard Crimson
NY Times Looks at Diebold
Who is John Simpson? Journalism, Lawyers and Blogging
Siva Tracking Latest E-Vote News
Harvard's Unjust Application of the DMCA
EFF, Stanford Support Diebold Countersuit
An E-Voting Machine Goes "Boo!"
Civil Disobedience to Diebold Moves onto P2P Networks
Diebold Protest Growing
Diebold Countering Civil Disobedience with More Notice-and-Takedown Letters
Swarthmore's Professor Burke on the Diebold/Swarthmore Scandal
This is not the Link You're Looking For
Diebold Filing False Notice-and-Takedown Claims?
The Chronicle on the Swarthmore Controversy
Swarthmore Civil Disobedience Campaign Growing
Electronic Civil Disobedience Spreads - Students from 8 Universities Participate
Finkelstein to Swarthmore - Don't Give in to Chilling Effects
Reimerdes and Linking Re: Swarthmore
Swarthmore Crackdown on Protesting Students Reaches New Low
Swarthmore Actively Opposes E-Civil Disobedience Campaign
(Electronic) Civil Disobedience at Swarthmore

Evolution
What the Hell is Wrong with HealthSpace Cleveland?
Evolutionary Reasoning
Intelligent Design: It's Not Just for Biology Anymore
Virtual Evolution in Second Life
Gelernter Advocates Teaching the Bible as Literature: Good Idea, Too Bad That's Not What He Really Intends
Intelligent Design Theorist Removes Link to Critic (Me)
Evolutionary Chilling Effects
Borrowing a Page From Lysenko, Intelligent Design Theorist Demands Gov't. Hearings
Lysenko's Intelligent Design

File Sharing
CoCo on German Copyright Decisions
Anti-Spoofing Technologies and Grokster
BBC Blasted for Making Music Freely Available
Prediction: No Lawsuit Against Slingbox
Senior Fellow for Progress and Freedom Foundation Defends Comparison of Alternative Compensation Schemes to Slave Labor Prison Camps
Senate Hearings on Grokster Decision
Opera Browser Embeds BitTorrent Functionality
Samuelson on Grokster
Senior Fellow for Progress and Freedom Foundation Compares Alternative Compensation Schemes to Forced Labor Prison Camps
Meta Grokster Roundup
German Publisher's Group Pushing to Poison DNS
July 4 Grokster Roundup
Goldman on Recent DOJ Warez Group Busts
Hodder: Grokster Victory in 5-8 Years
Thanks, JD
Has Apple Got the Podcasting Tiger by the Tail?
Eldred Begat Grokster
Bram Cohen: My Activist's Manifesto is a Parody!
Day Three of the Grokster Era
BitTorrent and Grokster: How Much Intent Does it Take?
The Day After: Grokster Roundup
Grokster and Open Source: Will Open Source Force the Court to Confront Sony?
The Importance of ... Law and IT: MGM v. Grokster
Kicking the Sony Can Down the Road
Some Notes on Grokster
Questions for Podcast on Grokster Decision
Notes on RIAA and MPAA Press Conference
Notes on Pro-Grokster Press Conference
Wall Street Journal Roundtable on Grokster
Grokster Loses - Unanimously - Inducement Test?
Where I'll Be Reading About Grokster and Brand X
More Pre-Grokster Commentary
Fred's Friendly Fathomable Guide to the Grokster Decision
RIAA: Efficiency Increases, Must Be Due to Pirates
Goldman on Copynorms: Is Infringement Theft?
Pre-Grokster Weekend Reading
Audible Magic's Security Through Obscurity Critized
FTC Report on P2P Workshop
Slater on Mercora's Legal Hacks
Grokster: The Waiting is the Hardest Part
INDICARE on Subscription vs. Download
EEJD on Grokster's Middle Ground
Freakonomics Meets P2P
Study Looks at US Attitudes Toward Filesharing
Howell Explores Grokster's Potential Outcomes
Entire Recording Industry Prepares Concerted Response to Grokster Decision
No Decision in Grokster, Brand X Today
Grokster Predictions
The Darknet Dance
Mixtapes, Playlists, Culture
Warner Bros. Demands Dutch ISPs Violate User Privacy in Order to Get Licensing Deals
Goldman on Grokster
Music: Rent or Buy? The Ongoing Debate
Record Companies Intend to Make Criminals of Us All
Macrovision's Magical DRM that Drastically Reduces P2P Distribution
Scriban: Big Content is a Cancer on Innovation
Pre-Grokster Decision Spin
21 iTunes per iPod
Average Size of Shared Files Nearly Triples Since 2002
Copyright Infringement is Like Starving a Giant Tamagotchi
Free Riding and BitTorrent
EFF Issues Report on How Colleges Can Respond to Filesharing
Samuelson's Berkeley Students Offer Potential Solutions for 'the P2P Problem'
Darknet's Jack Valenti Interview
Warner Offers Carrot to DVD Viewers in China
Two Positive Reviews of CDT's Report
Copyright North of the Border
Felten on CDT's Report
Slater on Mercora's New Web-Based Search
I Don't Have a Clue
CDT's 'Balanced Framework' for Copyright Completely Unbalanced
Where Are We in the 'DVD Replacement Cycle'?
Warner Music Implies iTunes and Listen.com Guilty of Massive, Ongoing, Criminal Copyright Violations
Hosting Company Shuts Down Legitimate BitTorrent
Sharing With Friends, Not Strangers
Independent Record Companies Appreciate P2P
Waiting for Grokster
Licensed Music May Backfire on Recording Company
Rush Limbaugh to Launch Podcast on June 3rd - No Music Though
Prof. Ghosh Predicts Grokster Win
Judge Patel Dismisses One Direct Infringement Theory, But Napster Investment Case Continues
Rental Nation Deja Vu
The Benefits of Copyright Leakage
Hollywood Could Help Fight Child Porn, But They Don't
More on MPAA-Funded Police Surveillance Cameras
Bertelsmann Set to Launch New Circular Rolling Device
Patry on the Supreme Court and Sony
Reports of the Death of the Golden Goose are Greatly Exaggerated
MPAA Paying for Police Surveillance Cameras in LA
Whiny Bruins Have a Point
Darknet Series Continues
Let Howard Stern Pick Your Music
Feeling Guilty About Free-Riding
No Cable HDTV for Microsoft for Now
Darknet Interviews Andy Wolfe, Fomer CTO of ReplayTV
The Music Industry Will Continue to Suffer
USA Today on Subscription Music Services
Europe Awaits Grokster Decision
RIAA Sues Hundreds More - Including Internet2 Users
In Wake of Fed Raid on BitTorrent Site, Another Site Shuts Down on Its Own
Has BitTorrent Made a Major PR Blunder by Adding Search?
Om Malik on Yahoo! Music
Feds Take Down Elite Torrents, a BitTorrent Filesharing Site
Resurgence in Usenet Filesharing
Copyright Infringement Insurance for Filesharing: An Idea Whose Time Has Still Not Come
FOX Issuing Takedown Notices to Sith UPloaders
Full Employment for Chilling Effects as BitTorrent Adds Search
Pirates, Sharers, Traders and Hoarders
Patry on Grokster
News Reports of the Obvious: Infringing Copies of Star Wars Film Available on the Internet
Lack of Convenience Leads to the Dark Side
Darknet: The Mini-Book, Week 2
French Judges Say "Oui" to Filesharing
Publication via BitTorrent Just Got Easier
Mark Cuban Forsees the (Almost) End of the RIAA
Scalzi to Critics: Frankly, My Dear, I Don't Give a *#$#@
More on "Making Available" and Patel's Napster Ruling
Ourmedia Surpasses 5,000th Upload Milestone
Stakes in the Free Expression Business - Alternative Compensation Schemes Needn't be Free Expression
Judge Patel Shoots Down Notion That the Right of Distribution Includes "Making Available"
MPAA Goes After Television BitTorrent Tracking Sites
Schaumann on Direct Infringement in P2P
DS/SF/FvL Copyfight Debate Continues
Nesson's Grokster Manifesto
Hilary Rosen Flashback
LA Times: Feds Reluctant to Prosecute Infringing Downloaders
Slater Defends the Middle Ground in the Copyfight
Hal Varian on Grokster
Looking at the College Market
C|Net on Possible Judicial Inducement Test
Report from Down Under on Kazaa Lawsuit
Remind Me of the Reason for the DMCA Again?
More Editorial Board Takes on Grokster
New York Times Editorial Board Blows It on Grokster
Business Model Incentives and the Grokster Amicus
Announcing the Future of Digital Media Series
BitTorrent Cease and Desists
Stop the State AG's From Supporting Grokster Cert
MPAA Wields Stick Against Filesharers - Forgets Carrot
MPAA/RIAA Files Petition for Cert in Grokster Case
Introducing: The Importance Of ... Audio Edition
Grokster Wins Big in 9th Circuit
OutragedModerates.org - New and Improved
Cultural Protectionism, Copyright and Filesharing
State AGs Warn Filesharing Companies: Your Technology Too Dangerous!
States Warn Email Providers
One Way Darknets Are Vulnerable
P2P = Patriot to Patriot
Optimal Level of DRM for Music Downloads = 0
P2P Problem or Security Issue?
RIAA Subpoenas for John Does Valid
Outragedmoderates.org - Not the Most Impressive Use of P2P
Destroying Some Artists so that Others Might Live
Content Subscription Shenanigans
No Guarantees with Content Subscriptions
Lessig on Hollaar's "Sony Revisited" and the INDUCE Act (IICA)
Album Sales Increase, P2P Blamed
Quote of the Day: Music Pricing Edition
Why the RIAA Should Continue to Sue Filesharers
The Broadcast Flag Treaty - Draft Available
An Unenthusiastic Response to the Canadian Filesharing Decision
Alternative Compensation Systems and the Nielsens
RSS+BitTorrent in Action - Broadcatching Examples & Roundup
PIRATE Act - Wiretaps for Civil Copyright Infringement?
PIRATE Act Reveals Sen. Hatch as Strange Ally of Pornography Industry
RSS, BitTorrent, Broadcatching, Porn, Business Models, and Banned Music
RSSTV Emergency Broadcatching System
Broadcatching, RSS+BitTorrent Progress Report and Roundup
"True Name and Address" Bill for All Filesharers Introduced in Calif
Broadcatching - The Good, the Bad, the Slashdot
Social Filesharing Networks Not So Social
Progress & Freedom Study is Anti-Progress
RIAA Monitoring BitTorrent?
Client-Side Remixing Conundrums
Broadcatching Roundup
First Broadcatching App Available! (And Related News)
More Thoughts on EFF's Filesharing Plan
Something's Gotta be Done About the Beatles
BitTorrent, RSS and Broadcatching, Catching On
Napster's New Music Delivery Service, Not So New, Not Efficient
Why the ala Carte Music Model is Doomed
Dangermouse, the Jay-Z Construction Set and the Videogame Content Creation Model
Victory for EFF Creates Problems for EFF's Filesharing Solution
E Ink E Book Reader Soon
RSS + BitTorrent Announcement Soon?
Broadcatching - The Early Days
Derek Slater Reports on Digital Music Forum
Employers Ripe for Filesharing Solution?
Audible Magic's Sleight of Hand
Broadcatching - Not Broadcasting
A History Palette for Music
Program My TiVo!
Thoughts on the EFF P2P Solution White Paper
Jim Griffin on the Future of Filesharing
RSS for TV, Music
P2P and Pornography: Cheap is More Convenient
P2P Industry Association is Not Your Friend
Mix CD Starting Kit
Why Not Run Your Own Game Server?
Hollywood Admits Third Screener Online
Sen. Coleman to Convene P2P Summit
Twenty-one Oscar Screeners on the Internet?
Another Screener on the Internet
Aimster Fails to Get Supreme Court Cert
A Beam in Hollywood's Eye
Napsterization: The Blog, Debuts
Porn, Compulsories and Filtering
Technology Continues to Challenge Legal Regimes
Felten's Challenge on Compulsory Monitoring Schemes
60 Million Moral Exemplars
iRATE Radio
Miller to Deep: What Derek Said
The End of the Beginning: The Death of MP3.com
Bundling Music with Cars
Joke Isn't That Funny
Slater on Napster at PSU - Round 2
LA Times Analyzes MPAA's New Sue-Em-All Strategy
Sony's CD DRM Makes a Comeback
Madster Seeks Supreme Court Cert
Motion Picture Studio Chiefs Want MPAA to Adopt Anti-File-Sharing Litigation Strategy
Desperate Music Industry Mergers
Notes on Napster's Matriculation at Penn State
The Problem with Incompatible DRM
The iTunes Catalog is Cool
Peer to Peer a Boon to Child Porn Investigations
Knott's Pirates Offer a Solution to File Sharing
RIAA Now a Proponent of Rating and Filtering
Civil Disobedience to Diebold Moves onto P2P Networks
Props for Jack Valenti
FCC to Regulate Routers - Critics of Broadcast Flag Get Mainstream Press
LAMP, MIT and Unintended Consequences
Nittany Newspaper Nonplussed by File Sharing
Schizophrenic Reporting from the Guardian
Announcing Gnomoradio
Copyright Liability Insurance: A Response to Dan Fingerman
Copyright Liability Insurance for File-Sharers: An Idea Whose Time Has Not Come
Two Thumbs Up for the "Piracy Meter"
RIAA Thrown Into Briar Patch
Dynamo - Social File Sharing in Public Spaces
Microsoft on iTunes for Windows
Disbarring for Downloads
Confusing P2P Pornography Arguments
The Public/Private Distinction in Gaming Servers
How the Future of File-Sharing Might Be Like Sex

Freedom of Expression
Geist Savages the Harry Potter Injunction Some More
Apple Plugging Trade Secret Leaks?
If Violent Videogames Cause Violence, Where's the Crime Wave?
Hacking the Anti-Flag Burning Amendment
Seventh Cir. Decides Against Student Newspaper's Freedom of Speech
EFF on 18 USC 2257
Enforcement of 18 USC 2257 Held in Abeyance
Grokster + Brand X = Issues of Openness? It's All About the Distribution, Baby!
Why 18 USC 2257 is a Bad Thing - Handily Illustrated with Stick Figures
18 USC 2257 Anti-Porn Regs Go Into Effect
UK Parents Ignore Videogame Ratings
How to Ensure More American Flags Are Burned
CoCo on 18 USC 2257
Report: Extensive Internet Censorship in Iran
Sen. Schumer Wants to Block Sales of Violent Videogame '25 to Life'
What Should the Purpose of Public Broadcasting Be?
WIRED on Anti-Pornography Regulation
Microsoft on Chinese Censorship: We Censor in the US Too!
Technology Companies' Commitment to Freedom
Reporters Without Borders: PressThink One of Best Blogs Defending Freedom of Expression
Yesterday Was Flag Day, Today is Anti-Flag Burning Amendment Day
Podcasting and Profanity
Sex Mini-Game in Grand Theft Auto
Flag Day
MacKinnon on Corporate Support for Chinese Censorship
EFF's Legal Guide for Bloggers
Gov't Support for Media Discussed
Korea to Require All Video Be Rated Before Distribution Via Internet
French ISPs Ordered to Block Holocaust Denying Website
Even Copyright Infringing Spammers Deserve Free Speech Protections
Institutional Press Afraid to Stand Up Against Trade Secret Law
What are the Democrats Thinking?
Raff Videoblogs an FCC Indecency Decision
Crawford on Utah Anti-Censorship Lawsuit
The Real Reason Apple is Suing Rumor Sites?
Utah ACLU Takes On Yet Another Anti-Porn Law
Three Anti-Cable Censorship Op-Eds
Janice Brown Appointed to DC Circuit Court of Appeals
CDT's 'Balanced Framework' for Copyright Completely Unbalanced
Who Leaked the Apple+Intel News?
Violence in Videogames: A Debate
In Search Of: A Positive Agenda for the Copyfight
Fair Use and the DVD Fan Audio Commentary
Newspaper Opinion = Protected: Blogger Opinion = Activism, Not Protected
California's Anti-Violent Videogame Bill Stalls
Apple + Intel: Where's the Lawsuit Against C|Net?
Journalism's Coming Age of Enlightenment
ICANN Doesn't Censor, Governments Do
Rights and Int'l Law
Overview of China's Internet Censorship
Illinois Lawmakers Pass Anti-Violent Videogame Law - Awaits Governor's Signature
Call Me Candide
China's Censorship of Books Backfires
FCC's Violence Report Likely Months Away
Probable FCC Commissioner has Close Ties to Senator Favoring Increased Censorship
Censorship History Lesson at Film Forum
The Internet Routes Around Censorship, Even in France
Exec. Dir. of Biblical Literacy Project Responds
The Opening of the Frontier
Ukraine Passes Internet Censorship Law
Gelernter Advocates Teaching the Bible as Literature: Good Idea, Too Bad That's Not What He Really Intends
Schools Required to Teach About the Constitution on Sept. 17
The Annotated AB450 - California's Latest Anti-Violent Videogame Bill is the Most Poorly Written Legislation I've Seen in a Long Time
Mass. Considers Press Shield Law that Only Protects Big Media
Building the Bottom Up from the Top Down
Demogogic Congressman Says Comedian Verges on Treason, Wants Him Off the Air
Volokh Comments on Huffman Indecent Exposure Case
Steve Jobs is Just Trying to Help (Take Freedom of Speech Away)
Freedom of Expression: Thank Skywalker!
Hypocritical Tabloid Publisher Fails to Silence Former Employee
UCONN Survey on Freedom of the Press
Toyota Goes With Sirius and Stern
Gov't Censorship Spurs Copyright Infringement in China
Jeff Jarvis Meets Michael Powell
No Gay Books For Kids or No $ Says OK Legislators to Librarians
Michigan Court of Appeals Returns to 1950s in Free Speech Ruling
Evolutionary Chilling Effects
St. Lawrence Univ. Abuses Copyright to Uncover Anonymous Bloggers
Yahoo! Sued Over Child Porn Web Group
The Growing Censorship Threat
No Sirius Please, We're Hyundai
Legal to Sell the Movie, But Not the Videogame
That Darn Constitution
Yahoo! Group Disappears Into the Ether ...
Opening Networks to Censorship in Order to Keep Them Closed
Criminal Penalties for Indecency on Cable?
New FCC Head Wants More Indecency Regulation - Including Cable, Satellite
Bloggers are Journalists: The Down Side
A Proper Press Shield Test: Publication or Intent to Publish, Period
Press Shield Laws Defend Democratic Culture in Trade Secret Cases
Regulation of Indecency on Cable/Satellite May Be Constitutional
The Future of Broadcast Censorship?
Free Speech Perfidy at the FCC, Once Again
An Engine of Censorship
It's Not the Offensiveness, Stupid
Regulate Speech or Free It? Responding to Sinclair Broadcast Group's Decision to Air Anti-Kerry Film
NC-17 for Marionette Movie?
FCC's Janet Jackson Ruling Wildly Inconsistent
Little-Known Anti-Pornography Statute Threatens Free Speech
Calif. Legislature Passes Requirement that Retailers Post Video Game Ratings
News Should be Objective and Impartial According to Our Standards - US Lawmakers Threaten First Amendment Rights
Better Tape Delay the Political Conventions
Alcohol Ads in Univ. Newspapers Legal Says Third Circuit
FCC Launches Inquiry Into Violence on Television
Barbie on the INDUCE Act (IICA): From My Cold, Plastic Hands, Senator Hatch
RIAA Subpoenas for John Does Valid
Claim of Libel Threat is Made - No One Bothers to Check if it is True
The Flip Side of Censorship - Mandatory "Good" Speech
2Michael P. - Answer the Tough Questions
Washington's Violent Videogame Law Held Unconstitutional
Movie Studios Cooperate with Broadcast Censors
FCC Chairman Powell on Indecency at Always On
New Technology Can Thwart Child Pornographers Without Inhibiting Free Expression
The Living Room Candidate - Not a Creative Commons
Comic Book Free Expression
FCC: F-Word May Still Be Used, But We Won't Explain When
FCC to Require Broadcasters to Retain Copies of Broadcasts for 60-90 Days
Filtering Out Blogs
The Debate Over Free Information 100 Years Ago
Opposition to Violent Videogames Continues
Everybody* Should See This Film (*Age 17 and Below Must Be Accompanied by a Parent or Guardian)
FCC to Fine Only Viacom for Broadcasting Indecency - Why?
First Thoughts on Ashcroft v. ACLU
Prosecutors Threaten Child Porn Legal Defender
Jarvis Decries Increased Indecency Fines; Other Media Silent
Michael Moore - Free Expression Hypocrite
Volokh on the Future of Virtual Pr0n
Microsoft - Marketplace of Ideas Only for the US, Not Brazil
WSJ - Religious Insufficiently Patriotic Unless God Mentioned
True Patriots Recite the Preamble
FCC "Responds" on Lack of Profanity in Clear Channel Consent Decree
Michael Powell's FCC Star Chamber
Where's the Profanity?
Broadcatching as Political Reform
Kerry "Clarifies" His Straddle on Free Speech - Seeking "Middle Ground"
Opponents of Cable Indecency Regulation
Attacking Violence on Television
Who Says Videogames Aren't Political Speech?
They Fuck You Up, The F-C-C; They May Not Mean To But They Do
China Pushing Digital Set Top Boxes
FCC Indecency Crackdown Kills Live Shows at College Radio Station
Violence is the New Profanity?
Disney and the Pope in Agreement: Free Speech Too Dangerous
Is the FCC the Appropriate Agency to Regulate Speech?
Practical Memetics - The Science of Pornography Addiction and the First Amendment
Yet Another FCC Decision Regarding the Pulling Capacity of the Penis
Public Profanity vs Broadcast Profanity
Cuz, You Know, They Said They Would Take Their Ball and Go Home
How to Heckle Veto the News
When is Indecency Regulation "Censorship"?
FCC Receives Numerous Complaints About Oprah Show
F*cked by the F*CC
The Broadcast Flag vs. Indecency Enforcement
A New Pentagon Papers Case - Newspapers, Blogs and the Diebold/Jones Day Memos
FCC's Latest Mancow Decision: Discrimination Due to Lack of Evidence
Howard Stern: Indecent But Not Profane
The Broadcast Flag Treaty - Draft Available
Diagramming Indecent Language
A Fond Look Back at the Television Code of 1951
The Speech Powell Should Have Given on Indecency
FCC Commissioners - No Free Speech Please, We're Americans
Divided 4th Circuit Invalidates Virginia's Internet Speech Regulation Statute
Howard Stern Should Ask FCC: What is Profane?
FCC Revives Notion of the Profane
"True Name and Address" Bill for All Filesharers Introduced in Calif
Freedom of Speech as Distribution is a Good Thing
Security Know-Nothingism
Republic.Press
Library Surveillance in Garden Grove
FCC Indecency Rulings Politically Determined?
Sen. Hollings Opposes Television/Flag Violence
Information Cannot Be 0wn3d
Senator Advocates "Council of Decency"
What Part of the First Amendment Don't You Understand?
Miller on Bernstein on Balkin on Free Speech
Parody of a Parody
Issue Ads and Responsibility
Janet, Justin and Michael Powell
CyberCafe Ordinance Decision - First Amendment Victory - Privacy Defeat
Balkin on Sunstein, Blogging and Democracy
Pavolvich Free to Post DeCSS (Until Sued by MPAA, Anyway)
Dress Warm in North Miami
DRM as Protectionism
Solum the First Amendment, Copyright and Originalism
Porn, Compulsories and Filtering
Slater Wins One @ Harvard
It's All About the Distribution, Stupid
It's Freedom of the Press, Stupid
Kucinich Posts Diebold's E-Voting Memos
Games as Speech
Search Engine Ad Control
Merriam-Webster Responds to McJob Controversy
McWimps - Merriam-Webster Caving to McDonalds Threats
Printed Porn Dying - Publishers Blame Old Models, Not Piracy
Slater's Civil Disobedience in the Harvard Crimson
Harvard's Unjust Application of the DMCA
EFF, Stanford Support Diebold Countersuit
Civil Disobedience to Diebold Moves onto P2P Networks
Diebold Protest Growing
Blogger Fired for Security Violation
Diebold Countering Civil Disobedience with More Notice-and-Takedown Letters
Swarthmore's Professor Burke on the Diebold/Swarthmore Scandal
Fictional Quebecker Terrorists Out of Bounds
Volokh on Blogging and Libel
This is not the Link You're Looking For
Diebold Filing False Notice-and-Takedown Claims?
The Chronicle on the Swarthmore Controversy
China to Regulate and Standardize "Troublesome" CyberCafes
Swarthmore Civil Disobedience Campaign Growing
Electronic Civil Disobedience Spreads - Students from 8 Universities Participate
Finkelstein to Swarthmore - Don't Give in to Chilling Effects
Reimerdes and Linking Re: Swarthmore
Cyber-Fatwa Against Hosting Matters?
Swarthmore Crackdown on Protesting Students Reaches New Low
Fucking-A: The Mainstreaming of an Expletive
Gator to World: Stop Calling Us Spyware or We'll Sue
Confusing P2P Pornography Arguments

Games
Divorce and Virtual Worlds
Man vs. Machine on the Chess Board: Computers Victorious
Podcasting for the XBox 360?
If Violent Videogames Cause Violence, Where's the Crime Wave?
Window Into a Virtual World
UK Parents Ignore Videogame Ratings
Kiss Me, I'm an Avatar
Sen. Schumer Wants to Block Sales of Violent Videogame '25 to Life'
Podcast Games
Sex Mini-Game in Grand Theft Auto
Virtual Reality Weapons
What are the Democrats Thinking?
Pharmaceutical Patent Law Boardgame, No, Seriously
Virtual Evolution in Second Life
Violence in Videogames: A Debate
California's Anti-Violent Videogame Bill Stalls
South Korea Hack All About the Games
Illinois Lawmakers Pass Anti-Violent Videogame Law - Awaits Governor's Signature
Cellphone Videogame Glut
Librarians Gone Wild (with Videogames)
The Annotated AB450 - California's Latest Anti-Violent Videogame Bill is the Most Poorly Written Legislation I've Seen in a Long Time
Virtual Worlds Fear Copyright Liability
Baudrillard and the Virtual Cow
A Copyrighted Chicken, an Egg and Replacementdocs.com
Actors and Videogame Industry Headed for a Showdown?
AOL Wants IM Integrated With Videogames
Videogames and Libraries
Videogame Law: The Blog
Legal to Sell the Movie, But Not the Videogame
That Darn Constitution
Videogame Golf, Copyright and Drunken Bar Patrons
Podcasts in Videogames
City of Heroes and Machinima
Videogame Character Bears All in Playboy - No, Seriously
Calif. Legislature Passes Requirement that Retailers Post Video Game Ratings
Internet Archive Game Videos Section Now Available
Washington's Violent Videogame Law Held Unconstitutional
Opposition to Violent Videogames Continues
Who Says Videogames Aren't Political Speech?
Virtual Drugs in Virtual Worlds
Attending E3
Videogames Inspire Speedy Movie Zombies
Dangermouse, the Jay-Z Construction Set and the Videogame Content Creation Model
Machinima and Games in Law School
Do Not Be Alarmed Citizen - The Computer is Your Friend
CyberCafe Ordinance Decision - First Amendment Victory - Privacy Defeat
Dress Warm in North Miami
Why Not Run Your Own Game Server?
Mod-Chipping Legal in Italy
Second Life and Machinima
America's Army for Xbox?
Games as Speech
Blogging the State of Play
Century 21: Property, IP and Creativity in the Virtual World
New IP Rules for Second Life
America's Army 2.0 Released
Videogames Big in Baghdad
Fictional Quebecker Terrorists Out of Bounds
Fire Rages - Hundreds of Thousands Left Without Gov't
Endgames: Waco Resurrection Debuts
The Public/Private Distinction in Gaming Servers

Gay Rights
Religious Bias and Romer v. Evans
No Gay Books For Kids or No $ Says OK Legislators to Librarians
Happy Birthday Alan Turing!
Lynne Cheney, Feminist Hypocrite?
If Marriage is for the Children, We Must Allow Gay Marriage
Volokh's Amendment
The Miller Marriage Amendment
The Anti-Miscegenation Amendment
What is Marriage?
The "Moderate" Position on Gay Marriage
Why the FMA Would Be the Death of Marriage
Constitutional Obedience in SF

Halloween
2nd Cir. - Elements of Halloween Costumes May Be Copyrightable
An E-Voting Machine Goes "Boo!"
Independent Creation, the "Halloween" Mask and Classic Movie Makeup
Pumpkin Carving DRM
Knott's Pirates Offer a Solution to File Sharing
Happy Halloween, Nosferatu (No Thanks to Copyright)

Hatch's Hit List
Hatch's Hit List #45 - MIT's I/O Brush
Hatch's Hit List #44 - Broadcatching
Hatch's Hit List #43 - Large Portable Hard Drives (and Mark Cuban)
Hatch's Hit List #42 - Microsoft Music
Hatch's Hit List #41 - iPodder
Hatch's Hit List #40 - DEF CON
Hatch's Hit List #39 - Peer-to-Peer Software Development Kits
Hatch's Hit List #38 - Mediatrips
Hatch's Hit List #37 - FeedBurner
Hatch's Hit List #36 - JANE Magazine
Hatch's Hit List #35 - Email Forward Function
Hatch's Hit List #34 - Instapundit
Hatch's Hit List #33 - Flickr
Hatch's Hit List #32 - Online Ad Publishers
Hatch's Hit List #31 - Replica Prop Forums
Hatch's Hit List #30 - XM Radio to MP3
Hatch's Hit List #29 - SourceForge
Hatch's Hit List #28 - Credit Card Companies
Hatch's Hit List #27 - DVD Jon's AirPort Express Hack
Hatch's Hit List #26 - Player Pianos
Hatch's Hit List #25 - EFF's Digital Front of Television Liberation
Hatch's Hit List #24 - US Postal Service
Hatch's Hit List #23 - Email to RSS
Hatch's Hit List #22 - Torrentocracy
Hatch's Hit List #21 - TiVo to Go
Hatch's Hit List #20 - P2P Congress
Hatch's Hit List #19 - Battle Torrent
Hatch's Hit List #18 - Universal Turing Machine
Hatch's Hit List #17 - Cellphones with Hard Drives
Hatch's Hit List #16 - The New York Times
Hatch's Hit List #15 - Ringtone Remixers
Hatch's Hit List #14 - Deepnet Explorer
Hatch's Hit List #13 - Disaster Relief Communication Systems
Hatch's Hit List #12 - FreeCache
Hatch's Hit List #11 - Virtual Jigsaw Puzzles
Hatch's Hit List #10 - 3D Scanners
Hatch's Hit List #9 - Darknets
Hatch's Hit List #8 - Worth1000 Photoshop Contests
Hatch's Hit List #7 - VoIP
Hatch's Hit List #6 - Legos
Hatch's Hit List #5 - Automatic Online Translators
Hatch's Hit List #4 - Arcade Emulators
Hatch's Hit List #3 - AM/FM Transmitters
Hatch's Hit List #2 - 3D Printers
Introducing Hatch's Hit List

INDUCE Act
CDT's 'Balanced Framework' for Copyright Completely Unbalanced
Senate Judiciary IP Subcommitee Hearing On Int'l Copyright Infringement
C|Net on Possible Judicial Inducement Test
Slate Induces Copyright Violations
Final INDUCE Act (IICA) Draft From Copyright Interests - INDUCE Dead for Now
No INDUCE Act (IICA) Markup Tomorrow?
Sen. Hatch Pushing INDUCE Act (IICA) Forward Despite No Consensus? Plus, CDT Speaks Out
Technology and Consumer Groups Oppose INDUCE Act (IICA) Markup
Secret INDUCE Act (IICA) Negotiations Fail!
Rumors Continue to Fly Around New INDUCE Act (IICA) Draft
Is There a New INDUCE Act (IICA) Draft?
Burning the Midnight Oil to Create a New INDUCE Act (IICA)
"All-Star" Drafting Team to Create New INDUCE Act (IICA) by Close of Business Tomorrow
Report from the INDUCE Act (IICA) "Negotiations"
Content Industries Meet with Sen Hatch Prior to INDUCE Act (IICA) "Negotiation"
INDUCE Act (IICA) Massive Negotiation Session Tomorrow
INDUCE Act (IICA) Continues to Threaten
Staff Draft of INDUCE 2.0
The Importance of ... Law and IT: The INDUCE Act 2.0
Broad Coalition of Organizations Calls for More INDUCE Act (IICA) Hearings
SAVE BETAMAX
Copyright Office Report on INDUCE Act (IICA) Complete But Not Yet Public
Hatch's Hit List #45 - MIT's I/O Brush
Hatch's Hit List #44 - Broadcatching
Call Congress on Sep. 14 - SaveBetamax.org
INDUCE Act (IICA) Response to Copyright Office "Discussion Draft" and Other News
Hatch's Hit List #43 - Large Portable Hard Drives (and Mark Cuban)
Hatch's Hit List #42 - Microsoft Music
Hatch's Hit List #41 - iPodder
Copyright Office Produces 'Discussion Draft' Alternative to INDUCE Act (IICA)
Hatch's Hit List #40 - DEF CON
More on the "Don't" INDUCE Act (IICA) from Some New Suspects
Hatch's Hit List #39 - Peer-to-Peer Software Development Kits
The INDUCE Act (IICA) and the Analog Hole
Hatch's Hit List #38 - Mediatrips
INDUCE Act (IICA) Monday Morning Roundup - 30 Aug 2004
Hatch's Hit List #37 - FeedBurner
Hatch's Hit List #36 - JANE Magazine
The Best of Me on the INDUCE Act (IICA) and Other News
(Don't) INDUCE Act (IICA) Round-up and Other News
Hatch's Hit List #35 - Email Forward Function
The INDUCE Act (IICA) - Inducing Foreign Scientists Away From Our Shores
Hatch's Hit List #34 - Instapundit
'Don't Induce Act' - an Alternative to the INDUCE Act (IICA) and Other News
Hatch's Hit List #33 - Flickr
INDUCE Act (IICA) Interview (with me) and Other News
Hatch's Hit List #32 - Online Ad Publishers
INDUCE Act (IICA) Roundup - Foreign Publications Edition (and CNN)
Hatch's Hit List #31 - Replica Prop Forums
Grokster Wins Big in 9th Circuit
Hatch's Hit List #30 - XM Radio to MP3
The NY Times Against the INDUCE Act (IICA) and a News-Leader Op-Ed
Hatch's Hit List #29 - SourceForge
Senators Put Copyright Office in Charge of Finding INDUCE Act (IICA) "Consensus" by Sep 7
Hatch's Hit List #28 - Credit Card Companies
Two Short Editorials on the INDUCE Act (IICA)
Hatch's Hit List #27 - DVD Jon's AirPort Express Hack
INDUCE Act (IICA) Roundup - Friday the 13th
Hatch's Hit List #26 - Player Pianos
Hatch's Hit List #25 - EFF's Digital Front of Television Liberation
Hatch's Hit List #24 - US Postal Service
Hatch's Hit List #23 - Email to RSS
The Future of Music Coalition Against the INDUCE Act (IICA)
The INDUCE Act (IICA) Harms National Security
Hatch's Hit List #22 - Torrentocracy
Tim Wu's INDUCE Act (IICA) Alternative
Hatch's Hit List #21 - TiVo to Go
Hatch's Hit List #20 - P2P Congress
P2P = Patriot to Patriot
Hatch's Hit List #19 - Battle Torrent
A Copyright Fable Relevant to the INDUCE Act (IICA) and Other News
Hatch's Hit List #18 - Universal Turing Machine
The Presidential Election, Copyright, INDUCE Act (IICA) and Tech Policy
Higher Education Groups Oppose INDUCE Act (IICA)
Hatch's Hit List #17 - Cellphones with Hard Drives
Hatch's Hit List #16 - The New York Times
INDUCE Act (IICA) Press Roundup - 29 July 2004
Hatch's Hit List #15 - Ringtone Remixers
Fair Use, Normal Use, Competive Use and the INDUCE Act (IICA)
Are TV Networks "Inducing" Infringement by Promoting JibJab?
P2P Problem or Security Issue?
Hatch's Hit List #14 - Deepnet Explorer
Brief INDUCE Act (IICA) Roundup - 28 Jul 2004
Barbie on the INDUCE Act (IICA): From My Cold, Plastic Hands, Senator Hatch
INDUCE Act (IICA): Every New Feature Could Trigger Lawsuits
Hatch's Hit List #13 - Disaster Relief Communication Systems
Les Vadasz on the INDUCE Act (IICA): A Bill That Chills
Entertainment Atty Rips INDUCE Act (IICA): Not Good For Artists
Hatch's Hit List #12 - FreeCache
Ernest Miller's Draft Substitute for the INDUCE Act (IICA) v2.0
Ernest Miller's Draft Substitute for the INDUCE Act (IICA)
Sen. Coleman Opposes INDUCE Act (IICA)
Sen. Hatch's Shifting Rhetoric in Favor of the INDUCE Act (IICA)
Hatch's Hit List #11 - Virtual Jigsaw Puzzles
Shredding the INDUCE Act (IICA) - CEA, IEEE-USA, NetCoalition
Backing Away from the INDUCE Act (IICA)
Felten's INDUCE Act Hearings Blog Party
Copyright Office on INDUCE Act (IICA): It isn't Strong Enough
Hackers, Lawyers, Society and the INDUCE Act (IICA)
Consumer Groups Issue Statement Against INDUCE Act (IICA)
INDUCE Act (IICA) Press Roundup - Pre-Senate Hearing
Hatch's Hit List #10 - 3D Scanners
Fmr Intel VP and CEI Oppose INDUCE Act (IICA)
Hatch's Hit List #9 - Darknets
Number of Co-sponsors for INDUCE Act (IICA) Growing
Witness List for INDUCE Act (IICA) Senate Hearing Now Available
Hatch's Hit List #8 - Worth1000 Photoshop Contests
Some of the Background of the INDUCE Act (IICA)
Hatch's Hit List #7 - VoIP
P2P Company Interviewed Re: INDUCE Act (IICA) -- More on RIAA Letter
Hearings to be Held on INDUCE Act (IICA)
Hatch's Hit List #6 - Legos
The INDUCE Act (IICA) and Tertiary Liability
On the Burden of Persuasion for the INDUCE Act (IICA)
Hatch's Hit List #5 - Automatic Online Translators
The Abridged RIAA Letter on the INDUCE Act (IICA)
The Excessively Annotated RIAA Letter on the INDUCE Act (IICA)
Hatch's Hit List #4 - Arcade Emulators
Not Much INDUCE Act (IICA) News
Hatch's Hit List #3 - AM/FM Transmitters
The INDUCE Act (IICA) and the Safe Harbor Provisions of the DMCA
A Few Columns on the INDUCE Act (IICA)
Hatch's Hit List #2 - 3D Printers
Introducing Hatch's Hit List
Are the Opponents of the INDUCE Act (IICA) Claiming that the Sky is Falling?
INDUCE Act (IICA) Press Roundup - July 8, 2004
The INDUCE Act (IICA) - Putting the Pornography Industry in Charge
Lessig on Hollaar's "Sony Revisited" and the INDUCE Act (IICA)
TiVo vs. Media Center Edition vs. INDUCE Act (IICA) vs. Broadcast Flag
Many Organizations Sign on to Letter Requesting INDUCE Act Hearings
Opposition to INDUCE Act (IICA) Getting Mainstream Press - Bill Still Moving Through Senate Quickly
The INDUCE Act (IICA) and the Broadcast Flag
The INDUCE Act (IICA) and the Notice and Takedown Provisions of the DMCA
INDUCE Act (IICA) = Patent Extortion, but for Copyrights?
Quote of the Day - CD Burner INDUCE Act (IICA) Edition
Study Finds Americans Opposed to RIAA Suing Direct Infringers - INDUCE Act (IICA) Supporters Cheer
The INDUCE Act (IICA) and the Anti-Circumvention Provisions of the DMCA
The INDUCE Act and the Right to Prepare Derivative Works
Supporting the INDUCE Act
Go Ahead with the INDUCE Act - A View from Overseas
INDUCE Act + Broadcast Flag Treaty = ???
Crawford on the INDUCE Act: Not With a Sledgehammer, But a Stiletto
Quote of the Day: Legal Programming Edition
PIRATE Act + INDUCE Act = ???
EFF's Mock INDUCE Act Lawsuit
The Obsessively Annotated Introduction to the INDUCE Act

Internet
Visions of the Future from AOL Circa 1995
German Publisher's Group Pushing to Poison DNS
Froomkin on US Announcing it Will Retain Control of DNS
Window Into a Virtual World
A Dirge for Real
Point and Snap Advertising
Social Networking Software: Not Even Close
The Anti-Lockin List
Doug Englebert's Design Philosophy Still Relevant
I Believe: The Tools, They're Out There
Crawford on Utah Anti-Censorship Lawsuit
Quality v. Connectivity
Why .xxx When ICANN Continues TLD Scarcity?
ICANN Doesn't Censor, Governments Do
ICANN Approves '.xxx' Top Level Domain
Google Print Goes Live!
Yahoo!'s Mindset
The New Digital Divide
The Opening of the Frontier
Is a Website a Trade Secret?
Building the Bottom Up from the Top Down
Piggy Bank = The Semantic Web?
Using the Appropriate Technology for a Particular Goal
Life Imitates Sim City
Geist on Canada's VoIP Ruling
The Google File System
FCC Roundtable on Regulating the Internet
End-to-End Must Die So that National Security May Live
The Broadcast Flag Treaty - Draft Available
Divided 4th Circuit Invalidates Virginia's Internet Speech Regulation Statute
Copyfight - The Remix
A Race the FBI Can't Win: The Increasingly Asymmetric Costs of Wiretap Surveillance vs. Wiretap Avoidance
The Internet's Ragnarok?
The Inefficiencies of Broadcast Television
A Brief Response to Susan Crawford
It's All About the Distribution, Stupid
It's Freedom of the Press, Stupid
ICANN Troubles
Forgotten Father of the World Wide Web
Search Engine Ad Control
Printed Porn Dying - Publishers Blame Old Models, Not Piracy
Microsoft Overtures to Google
FCC Comments on Regulating Internet Explained
Billions and Billions ... of Addresses

JibJab
A JibJab Coda
INDICARE Summarizes JibJab Saga
Ludlow Got Some Concessions in JibJab Case
JibJab Aftermath
JibJab Case Settled - Official
JibJab Complaint Now Available - Misuse of Copyright Claimed
Rumor Mill: JibJab Settles Copyright Lawsuit - Complete Victory!
Woody Guthrie's Granddaughter on JibJab Controversy
JibJabapalooza 3
Arlo Guthrie on JibJab Parody: An "Incredibly Wonderful Bit of Hilarity"
JibJab Does File Lawsuit - "This Land" a Fair Use Parody
JibJab Files Lawsuit for Right to Distribute Parody?
JibJabapalooza 2
JibJabapalooza
EFF Defends JibJab Animation as Parody
Are TV Networks "Inducing" Infringement by Promoting JibJab?
Parody or Satire? iRaq Posters, JibJab Animation, Fuse's Silhouette Ads

Journalism
Experiments in Newspaper/Blog Hybrids
Time Magazine: Then and Now
WKRN-TV Gets It, They Really Get It
Open(x2) Letter to the Editors of the LA Times on Wikitorials
Give Michael Kinsley YOUR Answers
A Handful of Wikitorial Posts
A Loss of Order
SF Gate Starts 'Culture Blog'
Wikitorial Post Mortem
LA Times Wikitorial Has Left the Building (For Now)
LA Times Wikitorials - One Day Later
More on Wikitorials
LA Times Wikitorial Experiment Begins
Forbes.com Doing Very Well Under Free Model
More on the LA Times' Wikitorial
GPS for the News
Wikitorials: A Dubious Idea from the LA Times
Citizen of Nowhere
Journalism's Coming Age of Enlightenment
Television News Cameraman Sees Rapid Change Thanks to Citizens Media
The Deer Have Guns and the Hunters Are Getting a Makeover
More on TV Station News and Podcasts
The Opening of the Frontier
The New Citizen Editors
Gillmor's Keynote to the World Editors Forum
Three Questions for Kevin Drum: A Response From Me, Instead
Newspaper Restores Ability of Readers to Comment on Website
Another Major Advertiser Demands Right to Preview Editorial Content
The Temptation of the Radio Station
Morgan Stanley's Abusive Ad Contracts
The Problem With Journalism Is ...
Newspapers Ends Reader Comments on Website Stories
NYT: For Further Reading
UCONN Survey on Freedom of the Press
NYT: We Don't Want People to Read Our Op-Ed Columnists
Blankenhorn on Publishers' Ethics
This is Harry Shearer, Huffington Post
Three Senior Editors of LinuxWorld Magazine Resign
Periodical Fires Push Pollster
Journalists Going "Off the Record"

Machinima
Podcasting for the XBox 360?
Window Into a Virtual World
Toychinima?
City of Heroes and Machinima
Oddworld Creative Director on the Possibilities of Machinima
Internet Archive Game Videos Section Now Available
The INDUCE Act and the Right to Prepare Derivative Works
Volokh on the Future of Virtual Pr0n
Marketing Media@Home
Machinima and Games in Law School
Second Life and Machinima

Network Law
Grokster + Brand X = Issues of Openness? It's All About the Distribution, Baby!
Yes, Google is a 'Media Company'. So What?
Some Ironies of Our Telecomm Regulatory Structure
In Search Of: A Positive Agenda for the Copyfight
A Reply to Dennis Kennedy, Michael Madison and Marty Schwimmer on iPods, Distribution and Copyright
Cutting Edge Legal Research
Journalism's Coming Age of Enlightenment
Issues of Future Copyright
The Opening of the Frontier
Building the Bottom Up from the Top Down
Common Carrier Would Keep Cable Companies from Blocking Competitor's Ads
Brand X Transcript and Thoughts on Common Carriage
The New GateKeepers
If the Content is Free, Why Use Cable?
The New Normal: Why Content and Distribution Should Be Separate
One Way the Right of Reproduction Screws Things Up

News
Free Food at Kitchen Academy - Feb 1st, 2nd, 3rd
And Now, For Something Completely Different
Out of Town
Man vs. Machine on the Chess Board: Computers Victorious
EFF Adds Labor Law Section to its Legal Guide for Bloggers
Fourth of July Links
'The United States Themselves Are Essentially The Greatest Poem'
Thanks, JD
Welcome to Future Tense
Analysis of the Market for Law Professors
Mighty Talented Legal Academics to Blog Grokster, Brand X Decisions
How Not to Advertise to J. Bradford DeLong
Cory Doctorow's Latest Novel Available for Free Download
Jack St. Clair Kilby, Inventor of Integrated Circuit, Dies
Blast from the Microsoft Antitrust Trial Past
Waiting for Grokster
Blawger/Blogger Lunch in SoCal
Global UCITA?
Godwin Laments the Limited Scope of the Original Godwin's Law
Moderate SoCal Earthquake
MPAA to Name HQ After Jack Valenti
Earthquake in SoCal
Joi Ito on the Emperor in Japanese Culture
Godwin: Microsoft's Halo Deal is Business as Usual
Free Software Foundation Announces Goals of Revision of GPL to Version 3.0
First Apple ][ Shipped 28 Years Ago
Freedom to Tinker Book Club Kicks Off
Granick Wants to Know Top Ten Legal Questions for Hackers
Google to Create 3D Maps of Cities
Good Question for Cell Phone Company
Darknet Foreward
In Search Of: A Positive Agenda for the Copyfight
JD Lasica Guest Blogging on Copyfight
Where Are We in the 'DVD Replacement Cycle'?
Last Post +1: SF Chronicle on Star Trek / Pedophilia Connection
WikiHow - Thanks, But No Thanks
Waiting for Grokster
Freedom to Tinker Launches Book Club With Lessig's Code
Freedom to Tinker's Wiki-Friendly Book Club
What!? I'm Part of a Business?
Airlines and Record Companies - Think of the Synergy!
Memorial Day - Semper Fidelis
Thank You Anonymous Donor
Rent-Seeking CEO Gives Donation to Politician Days Before Favorable Bill Introduced - 'No Coincidence' Says Senator
Fighting Lessig's Ghosts
Senate Hearing Today on 'Piracy of Intellectual Property'
Lessig: Living With Ghosts
Darknet: The Mini-Book, Week 2
Larry Lessig's Heroic Courage and Convictions
JD Lasica's Darknet: The Mini-Book
Ourmedia Surpasses 5,000th Upload Milestone
Videogame Law: The Blog
Notes from the Planet Gallifrey in the Constellation Kasterborous
Alarmism and a New Initiative from the Int'l Chamber of Commerce
Jeff Jarvis Meets Michael Powell
Techdirt: MS's IP Propaganda Contest
John Hiler: Death of Hierarchical Folders
The Register Takes Cheap, Homophobic Shot at Hilary Rosen
Flickr Used by Spanish Newspaper
Lysenko's Intelligent Design
Self-Replicating Robots Advance
Citizens' Media Weekend
Media Navel Gazing
Podhoretz: Mass Media Meltdown
Zealous Advocacy vs. Unprincipled Hacks
Wall Street Journal on Silicon Valley Political Mindset
Announcing the Future of Digital Media Series
The Google File System
New Bizzness Law Blawg
"We the Media" Book Review
Happy Birthday LawMeme!
FCC Chairman Powell Has a Blog - No, Seriously
SPAM: New and Improved with More Varieties Than Before!
Hollywood to Kerry: Here's $5Mill
Happy Birthday Alan Turing!
Welcome Howard Stern Fans!
Attending E3
Darknet - The Blog, the Wiki, the Book
Copyfight - The Remix
Xerox PARC Founder George Pake (1924 - 2004)
New Hacking Blog
WIPO Honors Its Own - Valenti Gets Medal
HP's Corporate Schizophrenia
Bad Boys, Bad Boys, Watcha Gonna Do?
HP Goes Off the Rails
Congratulations to Frank Field!
America's Army for Xbox?
Email Access and Me
321 Studios to Support EFF
Semper Fi - Happy 228th Marines!
Copyright Scholar Ray Patterson has Passed Away
Desperate Music Industry Mergers
Advertising Effectiveness and Media
Symposium on Wearable Computers Highlights
Weather Report - Partly Smoky, Slight Chance of Ash Showers
Valenti Out - Tauzin In?

Oddities
Analysis of the Market for Law Professors
Licensed Goldfish
I'm Sorry Dave, I'm Afraid I Can't Do That.
Copyright and Aliens
Pop Rocks Patent
Don't You Just Hate That?
That THX Sound
Gov't Doesn't Want to Tax Certain Nevada Industry
Self-Replicating Robots Advance
You're In the Movie!
Barbie on the INDUCE Act (IICA): From My Cold, Plastic Hands, Senator Hatch
The Abridged RIAA Letter on the INDUCE Act (IICA)
Microsoft is the Ogrethulu
The Debate Over Free Information 100 Years Ago
FCC to Fine Only Viacom for Broadcasting Indecency - Why?
Quote of the Day: Legal Programming Edition
Execute Those Criminals in Steve Landsburg's Social Stratum
FCC Receives Numerous Complaints About Oprah Show
Wal-Mart to Purchase Universal Music Group
Vignettes of Modern Life
Newdow's Petard Paradox
Hey, Advertisers, Pay for My HDTV
Court Using Linux Hears Lawsuit Claiming Linux Infringes Copyright
The Grinch Who Stole Linux
An E-Voting Machine Goes "Boo!"
Independent Creation, the "Halloween" Mask and Classic Movie Makeup
Pumpkin Carving DRM
Knott's Pirates Offer a Solution to File Sharing
This is not the Link You're Looking For
DRM Companies Fund Felten's Attacks on DRM
Politically Significant Trademarks in China
Schizophrenic Reporting from the Guardian
Two Thumbs Up for the "Piracy Meter"
Yang Liwei © 2003 CNSA All Rights Reserved
Original Gummy Fish Not So Original
Disbarring for Downloads

Open Access
Open Access to Window's Anti-Spyware Lists Recommended
Stifling Innovation Not Working Out Well for Cellular Providers
The New Blue Book
WikiHow Responds to Criticism - Goes Creative Commons
Visions of the Future from AOL Circa 1995
Defending the Commons in India
Court Overturns Ninth Cir., Upholds FCC Ruling in Brand X Case
Where I'll Be Reading About Grokster and Brand X
Grokster + Brand X = Issues of Openness? It's All About the Distribution, Baby!
Closed Satellite Networks
Blast from the Microsoft Antitrust Trial Past
Die Cellphone. Die! Die! Die!
What Should the Purpose of Public Broadcasting Be?
Google Print: Not About Reading Books
Congressman Opposing Municiple Telecom Will Benefit Financially
Forbes.com Doing Very Well Under Free Model
Google Map Hacks Taking Off
Die Network. Die! Die! Die!
Cutting Edge Legal Research
Open Access Law Project Launches
Mossberg: Cellphone Companies Are New Soviet Ministries
Die Channel. Die! Die! Die!
Gatekeeping on Mobile Phones
Telcos Will Have to Fight to Provide TV in Texas
Cellphone Videogame Glut
Building the Bottom Up from the Top Down
Dr. Lenz vs. Google
Broadband to the Home Via Natural Gas Pipelines?
Periodical Fires Push Pollster
On Walden, Continued
On Walden
The Debate Over Free Information 100 Years Ago
RSS, BitTorrent and Broadcatching for Courts
Telecomm Regulation Encourages Media Consolidation
Information Cannot Be 0wn3d
What Part of the First Amendment Don't You Understand?
The Inefficiencies of Broadcast Television
Time for a Public Project Ocean
Why Not Run Your Own Game Server?
C|Net News Speaks Out Against Open Access
It's All About the Distribution, Stupid
W3C Working Draft on Anti-Robot Tests
FCC to Regulate Whole Internet?
Alternate Reality Visions of the Computing Future from Microsoft
GAO - Capitalism Good for Cable Companies
The Birth of SAMBA
Your Friendly Neighborhood Electric IP Company
Free WiFi Makes Good Business Sense
Georgia (Telephones) On My Mind
Rep. DeGette Doesn't Get It
Future of Digital TV Threatened By More Than Broadcast Flag
Telecomm Regulation Madness and Vonage

Open Source
Grokster and Open Source: Will Open Source Force the Court to Confront Sony?
Trademark Problems for Firefox?
Free Software Foundation Announces Goals of Revision of GPL to Version 3.0
Too Many Competing Interests for Monolithic DRM to be Successful
Same Day Apple Special
The Cathedral, the Bazaar and Art
Minority Languages and Open Source
Court Using Linux Hears Lawsuit Claiming Linux Infringes Copyright
Good News - MS Windows Source Code Leaked
New MS Windows! Now with less functionality!
Issue Ads and Responsibility
HP's Corporate Schizophrenia
OpenOffice in More Government Shops
Federal Courts Adopt Linux Backend
Linux Desktop in the Workplace
The Grinch Who Stole Linux
Linux Boxes via Amazon only $199
Broadcast Flag Loophole Watch - Manufacture for Export
Alternate Reality Visions of the Computing Future from Microsoft
The Birth of SAMBA
Microsoft Haters - MS Wants to Hear From You
Open Source Migration Guidelines from the EU
Announcing Gnomoradio
House Adopts Microsoft Software "Solution"

Open Standards
A Dirge for Real
Google Map Hacks Taking Off
MS to Lock Up Office Documents, Lock In Customers
AOL Wants IM Integrated With Videogames
The Google File System
Quote of the Day: Telecom and DRM Edition
Microsoft Extends Software Support; Intuit Forces Obsolescence
TiVo's Quasi-New Extended Commercial Model
RSS for TV, Music
Why Not Run Your Own Game Server?
OpenOffice in More Government Shops
W3C Working Draft on Anti-Robot Tests
The Problem with Incompatible DRM
Microsoft to Apple: Vae Victis!
Alternate Reality Visions of the Computing Future from Microsoft
Microsoft Haters - MS Wants to Hear From You

Patent
Euro Software Patents are Dead
Hey, That's My Handbag (Design)!
Supreme Court to Hear Patent Tying Case
Licensed Goldfish
Drug Patent Suspension
Brazil Threatens to Ignore US IP Rights
Pharmaceutical Patent Law Boardgame, No, Seriously
Patent Reform Act of 2005 Introduced
Patent Reform Library
Pop Rocks Patent
Patently-O: Two Briefs Supporting Cert on Patent Obviousness Case
INDUCE Act (IICA) = Patent Extortion, but for Copyrights?
Ricin Patent Removed from PTO Database?
First Drugs, Now Textbooks - Parallel Import Trade Taking Off
Requiem for BountyQuest

Privacy
Chilling Effects from a Privacy/Security Bill?
Duty to Prevent Disclosure of Metadata
California Bill Would Regulate Gov't Use of RFID
Why Store All That Data Just So It Can Be Stolen?
Warner Bros. Demands Dutch ISPs Violate User Privacy in Order to Get Licensing Deals
Due Diligence and Google
Korea to Require All Video Be Rated Before Distribution Via Internet
A Long Tail of Surveillance?
Protect Your Privacy, Protect Your Wallet
MPAA Paying for Police Surveillance Cameras in LA
MS to Lock Up Office Documents, Lock In Customers
Privacy Experts Provide Increased Privacy Suggestions
RIAA Subpoenas for John Does Valid
Would You Like Some Surveillance with that Pizza?
Does Audible Magic Violate Wiretap Laws?
E-Mail Wiretap Decision: Out of the Wiretap Frying Pan, Into the Copyright Fire
Follow the (Political) Money - Use the Web
"True Name and Address" Bill for All Filesharers Introduced in Calif
Security Know-Nothingism
A Race the FBI Can't Win: The Increasingly Asymmetric Costs of Wiretap Surveillance vs. Wiretap Avoidance
Library Surveillance in Garden Grove
DRM - False Privacy Savior
CyberCafe Ordinance Decision - First Amendment Victory - Privacy Defeat
Verizon Wins Against DMCA Subpoenas
FREADOM
GPS Metadata and JPGS
California's Recommendations to Businesses on Privacy and Security
Defense Dept. Gung-Ho for RFID
Airline Security: Ineffectual As Usual
Keep a Close Watch on Ex-Servicemen
Camera Phone Backlash
Fly the Privacy Friendly Skies
Victoria's Not-So-Secret
Nokia's All Seeing Eye(s)

Rating and Filtering
Felten on GAO's P2P Filtering and Porn Report
UK Parents Ignore Videogame Ratings
Report: Extensive Internet Censorship in Iran
Microsoft on Chinese Censorship: We Censor in the US Too!
Podcasting and Profanity
Korea to Require All Video Be Rated Before Distribution Via Internet
French ISPs Ordered to Block Holocaust Denying Website
Crawford on Utah Anti-Censorship Lawsuit
Utah ACLU Takes On Yet Another Anti-Porn Law
Why Not a Politically Incorrect Top Level Domain
No Surprise: Censorship Groups Not Happy With ".XXX"
Why .xxx When ICANN Continues TLD Scarcity?
ICANN Doesn't Censor, Governments Do
ICANN Approves '.xxx' Top Level Domain
Hollywood Could Help Fight Child Porn, But They Don't
Unrated DVDs Outsell Theatrical Version
More Finkelstein on Censorware
Seth Finkelstein on SafeBrowse
Consumer Reports: Filtering Software Getting Better But Still Far From Perfect
Filtering Out Blogs
The Speech Powell Should Have Given on Indecency
Porn, Compulsories and Filtering
RIAA Now a Proponent of Rating and Filtering

Recipe
Salsa Verde
Mango Chutney
Sauce Ravigote
Wolfgang Puck's Smoked Salmon Pizza With Dill Creme Fraiche and Caviar
Tropical Fruit Salsa
Potato Crusted Tilapia with Wilted Garlic Spinach and Pear Tomato Vinaigrette

RFID
Interesting Use for RFID in Bike Parking Lots in Japan
California Bill Would Regulate Gov't Use of RFID
Fish Poachers and Digestible RFID

RSS
Om Malik on RSS Spam
Subscription-Based Advertsing
RSS for Marketing - Lots of Innovative Potential
Scoble on Improving RSS Newsreaders
Dear Clueless IP Lawfirms: USE RSS!
Feedburner and Yahoo! Media RSS
Scoble: No RSS = Lame
Follow the (Political) Money - Use the Web
RSS+BitTorrent in Action - Broadcatching Examples & Roundup
RSS, BitTorrent, Broadcatching, Porn, Business Models, and Banned Music
RSSTV Emergency Broadcatching System
Broadcatching, RSS+BitTorrent Progress Report and Roundup
Broadcatching - The Good, the Bad, the Slashdot
RSS + BitTorrent Roundup - Broadcatching Isn't MS Active Channels
RSS, BitTorrent and Broadcatching for Courts
Broadcatching Roundup
First Broadcatching App Available! (And Related News)
BitTorrent, RSS and Broadcatching, Catching On
Infoworld's RSS Tipping Point
RSS + BitTorrent Announcement Soon?
Broadcatching - The Early Days
Broadcatching - Not Broadcasting
BitTorrent + RSS = The New Broadcast
Program My TiVo!

Security
Open Access to Window's Anti-Spyware Lists Recommended
Chilling Effects from a Privacy/Security Bill?
Duty to Prevent Disclosure of Metadata
Audible Magic's Security Through Obscurity Critized
California Bill Would Regulate Gov't Use of RFID
Why Store All That Data Just So It Can Be Stolen?
Yet Another Alarmist Article About Employees Stealing Corporate Data - This Time It's iPods
Why Didn't Someone Think of this When the Backstreet Boys Were All the Rage?
Granick Wants to Know Top Ten Legal Questions for Hackers
South Korea Hack All About the Games
Felten on Dissecting the Witty Worm
Report: Diebold Opti-Scan Voting Machines Easily Hackable
Backup or 'Hostage' Cellphones
Cell Phone Security Theatre
The New Digital Divide
Skype Spam
Edelman on Adware/Spyware Intermediaries
Mere Presence of Encryption on PC Relevant to Criminal Acts
Reynolds to Neopets: Clean Up Your Act
MS to Lock Up Office Documents, Lock In Customers
Paris Hilton's Sidekick Hacked - Social Engineering to Blame
WiPhishing: New Type of Phishing Attack
Schneier on Spam Basics
Feds Adopt Distributed Computing
P2P Problem or Security Issue?
End-to-End Must Die So that National Security May Live
RSSTV Emergency Broadcatching System
A Race the FBI Can't Win: The Increasingly Asymmetric Costs of Wiretap Surveillance vs. Wiretap Avoidance
Blogger Fired for Security Violation
Poor Traffic Light Engineering Practices
1) Respond to Nonexistent Threat; 2) ... ; 3) Profit!

Telecomm
Drew Clark's Spectrum Wars Now Online
Stifling Innovation Not Working Out Well for Cellular Providers
More Crawford's Notes on the History of Telephony
Court Overturns Ninth Cir., Upholds FCC Ruling in Brand X Case
Where I'll Be Reading About Grokster and Brand X
Crawford's Notes on the History of Telephony
EEJD Roundup on Community Broadband Act of 2005
Grokster + Brand X = Issues of Openness? It's All About the Distribution, Baby!
Closed Satellite Networks
Listening to Radio On Your Cellphone
Thierer on Big Media
Point and Snap Advertising
Die Cellphone. Die! Die! Die!
What Should the Purpose of Public Broadcasting Be?
No Decision in Grokster, Brand X Today
Getting Municipalities to Approve IPTV
More on the FCC's VoIP and E911 Order
Switch to DTV Causing TV Manufacturers to Remove Tuners Altogether
Clear Channel Reveals Own Weaknesses
Public Knowledge: Set Hard Date for Transfer of DTV Spectrum
Gov't Support for Media Discussed
Congressman Opposing Municiple Telecom Will Benefit Financially
Trip the E911 Fantastic
Some Ironies of Our Telecomm Regulatory Structure
A Child's Phone That Actually Works
Malik: Phone Companies Need to Think Different, Not Simply Complain to Congress
Good Question for Cell Phone Company
FCC Issues E911 for VoIP Order, Pulver Comments
The Golden Age of Telecom: 1950-1980
FCC Chairman's Number 1 Priority
Telcos Will Have to Fight to Provide TV in Texas
Municiple Fiber in Burlington, VT
Skype Spam
Coffeeshop Shuts Down Free WiFi on the Weekend: Mass Panic Results
Felten on VoIP and 911
FCC Demands Enhanced 911 for VoIP in Next 120 Days
Common Carrier Would Keep Cable Companies from Blocking Competitor's Ads
Geist on Canada's VoIP Ruling
Broadband to the Home Via Natural Gas Pipelines?
Opening Networks to Censorship in Order to Keep Them Closed
Don't Ignore Brand X Case
Microsoft Cozying Up to Washington Regulators
Regulate Speech or Free It? Responding to Sinclair Broadcast Group's Decision to Air Anti-Kerry Film
Game Consoles and VoIP
Voicemail over IP is the New Postcard
The Google File System
FCC Roundtable on Regulating the Internet
FCC Chairman Powell Has a Blog - No, Seriously
Quote of the Day: Telecom and DRM Edition
Major Broadcast Networks to Decrease Convention Coverage - Author Experiences Schadenfreude
FCC to Fine Only Viacom for Broadcasting Indecency - Why?
End-to-End Must Die So that National Security May Live
FCC's Adelstein on the Need to Protect the Children With Regard to DTV
Re-Charter the FCC, Don't Abolish It
Broadcatching as Political Reform
Mend the FCC, Don't Abolish It
Violence is the New Profanity?
FCC Requests Comments on a la Carte Cable Subscriptions
The FCC and Idiotic Idiot Box "Innovation"
The Broadcast Flag Treaty - Draft Available
A Fond Look Back at the Television Code of 1951
The Speech Powell Should Have Given on Indecency
TiVo's Quasi-New Extended Commercial Model
Howard Stern Should Ask FCC: What is Profane?
RSSTV Emergency Broadcatching System
FCC Revives Notion of the Profane
FCC Indecency Rulings Politically Determined?
Telecomm Regulation Encourages Media Consolidation
VoIP Hits Retail - Walmart Next?
What Part of the First Amendment Don't You Understand?
Issue Ads and Responsibility
It's All About the Distribution, Stupid
Phone Number Portability for All Ordered by FCC
WW2 Metaphors for the Future of Telecom
The Future of Voicemail
The VoIP Regulatory Debate Revealed
GAO - Capitalism Good for Cable Companies
California VoIP Regulation Update
Your Friendly Neighborhood Electric IP Company
VoIP Update - Int'l Regs, McLaughlin, Wash Post Summary
Georgia (Telephones) On My Mind
FCC Heading Down Wrong Path on VoIP Regulation?
The Vonage Discussion Continues
Rep. DeGette Doesn't Get It
Future of Digital TV Threatened By More Than Broadcast Flag
Telecomm Regulation Madness and Vonage

The State of Play
Second Life and Machinima
America's Army for Xbox?
Games as Speech
Blogging the State of Play
Century 21: Property, IP and Creativity in the Virtual World
New IP Rules for Second Life

Today in History
Today in History - July 13
Today in History - July 12
Today in History - July 11
Today in History - July 8
Today in History - July 7
Today in History - July 6
Today in History - July 5
Today in History - July 4
Today in History - July 3
Today in History - July 2
Today in History - July 1 - Special Canada Day Edition
Today in History - June 30
Today in History - June 29
Today in History - June 26
Today in History - June 25
Today in History - June 23

Tools
Templeton on the Storage Box in the Closet
Listening to Radio On Your Cellphone
Die Cellphone. Die! Die! Die!
Murdoch to Buy and Give Away 20 Million DVRs
The Next Big Thing is the Thing that Makes the Last Thing Usable
I'm Sorry Dave, I'm Afraid I Can't Do That.
WalMart to Put a Fork in Pre-Recorded VHS, 'It's Done'
Google Map Hacks Taking Off
NYT: Hacking is Good
GPS Cellphone Nag-igation
A Child's Phone That Actually Works
How to Avoid the Upgrade into HD DRM Trap
Apple as Media Platform Company
30th Anniversary of the Consumer VCR Yesterday
Nearly Disposable Videocamera
Slater on Mercora's New Web-Based Search
Put Any MP3 on the Net Into a Personal Podcast
Review: Akimbo's Internet TV Stinks
Cellphone Hard Drives Taking Off
PSP Phone?
$100 Laptops for the Third World
TiVo-like Devices for Radio Raise Violate Terms of Service
No Cable HDTV for Microsoft for Now
Darknet Interviews Andy Wolfe, Fomer CTO of ReplayTV
Taking Public Transportation to the Next Level
Google Print Review
Resurgence in Usenet Filesharing
Using the Appropriate Technology for a Particular Goal
Wax Cylinders Same as MP3s Says German Court
Free TiVo Market Research
Sales of DVD Recorders Increasing
Volume Production of ePaper on the Way?
New Distribution System for Automobiles
GPS-Guided Audio Tours Launched in Montgomery, AL
The Countdown for the Extinction of Kiosks has Already Started
1TB 3.5" Hard Drives in 2007
Comcast Chief: PSP is the new DVR
Department of Useless Technology - "Start Over"
The Server in the Closet Gets a Little Closer to Reality
XM Radio's Stockholm Syndrome
The Google File System
Every PC a Server
The Network Television
Crippled External Hard Drive for DVRs
Steadicam for the Masses
Hey, Advertisers, Pay for My HDTV
MP3 Player Dreams
APEX's New Networked DVD Player
Intel on the "Server in the Closet"
Technology Advances for "Server in the Closet"
E Ink E Book Reader Soon
New Hacking Blog
Program My TiVo!
RSS for TV, Music
Mix CD Starting Kit
HP Goes Off the Rails
Neat Devices with Terrible Names - 2004 Edition
Fight the Broadcast Flag - Give TiVos as Holiday Presents This Year
Technology Continues to Challenge Legal Regimes
iRATE Radio
Get 'Em While They're Legal
Bundling Music with Cars
TV Producers Take Heart - TiVo Addiction
TiVo w/DVD Burner Rocks
Sony Video iPod a Reality
Advances in Portable Hard Drive Tech
Linux Boxes via Amazon only $199
The Television Tax - aka Broadcast Flag
Neat New Tool to Be Affected by Broadcast Flag
The iTunes Catalog is Cool
Longhorn and the Server in the Closet
TiVo is Officially an Endangered Species?

Trademark
Coca Cola Threatening Lawsuit Against Political Art
Profile of a Trademark Abuser
EFF Files Trademark Lawsuit for Use of Trademark in Magazine Name
When U Beats 1-800-Contacts
No Trademark for Clear Containers?
Expertise in Tween Girls Questioned
Hey, That's My Handbag (Design)!
History of the Starbucks Siren
Licensed Goldfish
Trademark Problems for Firefox?
ICANN Approves '.xxx' Top Level Domain
Where Does Fan Fiction End and Copyright/Trademark Begin?
Trademark Parody Okay Says South Africa's Constitutional Court
Nuanced View of Relevant Market in Antitrust Case
Copyfight - The Remix
Parody of a Parody
Advertising Keywords, Netscape, Playboy and Initial Interest Confusion
Pop-up Ad Firm WhenU.com Beats Preliminary Injunction Sought by Wells Fargo
ICANN Troubles
TV Producers Take Heart - TiVo Addiction
Search Engine Ad Control
Merriam-Webster Responds to McJob Controversy
McWimps - Merriam-Webster Caving to McDonalds Threats
McTrademark Follies
Abusing Trademark to Control Searching
Politically Significant Trademarks in China
Yang Liwei © 2003 CNSA All Rights Reserved
Original Gummy Fish Not So Original

WiFi
EEJD Roundup on Community Broadband Act of 2005
Taking Public Transportation to the Next Level
Smithsonian Reluctant to Allow Free WiFi on the Mall
Game Consoles and VoIP
A Race the FBI Can't Win: The Increasingly Asymmetric Costs of Wiretap Surveillance vs. Wiretap Avoidance
C|Net News Speaks Out Against Open Access
Proprietary Content a Deadend for WiFi Networks
Fight the Broadcast Flag! Use Spread Spectrum!
You Want WiFi With Your Fries?
Looking into the Connected Future
Free WiFi Makes Good Business Sense


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