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Date Index
April 2006
23: Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 23
23: Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 22
20: Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 21

March 2006
20: Kitchen Academy - The Hollywood Cookbook and Guest Chef Michael Montilla - March 18th
19: Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 20
19: Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 19
19: Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 18
16: Salsa Verde
16: Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 17
16: Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 16
16: Kitchen Academy - Hosting Explore-A-Story - March 12th
15: Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 15
14: Mango Chutney
14: Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 14
14: Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 13
09: Sauce Ravigote
09: Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 12
06: Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 11
06: Catering the Academy Award's Governors Ball with Wolfgang Puck - March 5th
05: Kitchen Academy - Consumer Education March 4th
05: Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 10
04: Catering the Academy Award's Governors Ball with Wolfgang Puck - March 2nd
04: Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 9
04: Wolfgang Puck's Smoked Salmon Pizza With Dill Creme Fraiche and Caviar
04: Catering the Academy Award's Governors Ball with Wolfgang Puck - March 1st
03: Tropical Fruit Salsa
03: Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 8
03: Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 7

February 2006
27: Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 6
26: Kitchen Academy - Consumer Education Feb 25
26: Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 5
23: Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 4
22: Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 3
22: Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 2
20: Kitchen Academy - Course II - Day 1
19: Potato Crusted Tilapia with Wilted Garlic Spinach and Pear Tomato Vinaigrette
19: Kitchen Academy - Feb 18 - Guest Chef Demo by Michael Montilla
19: Kitchen Academy - Feb 17 - Ellen DeGeneres Visits
19: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 30
16: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 29
16: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 28
14: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 27
13: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 26
12: Kitchen Academy - Consumer Education Feb 11
12: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 25
09: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 24
09: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 23
07: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 22
06: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 21
05: Kitchen Academy - Guest Chef Scott Sayre
05: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 20
02: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 19
01: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 18

January 2006
31: Notes, Hints and Tips for Kitchen Academy Students - Course I - Midterm
31: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 17
30: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 16
30: Kitchen Academy - Consumer Education Jan 28 - A Day in the Life - Curious George Premier
27: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 15
26: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 14
25: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 13
24: Consumer Classes at Kitchen Academy
24: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 12
23: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 11
22: Kitchen Academy - Consumer Education and a Guest Chef Demo
20: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 10
19: Free Food at Kitchen Academy - Feb 1st, 2nd, 3rd
19: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 9
18: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 8
17: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 7
16: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 6
16: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 5
12: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 4
11: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 3
10: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 2
10: Kitchen Academy - Course I - Day 1
10: A Little About Kitchen Academy
10: And Now, For Something Completely Different

July 2005
19: Wayback DMCA Violations
13: Drew Clark's Spectrum Wars Now Online
13: PBS's Web-Only Nerd TV to Launch in September Under Creative Commons License
13: Geist Savages the Harry Potter Injunction Some More
13: Coca Cola Threatening Lawsuit Against Political Art
13: Today in History - July 13
12: Divorce and Virtual Worlds
12: Today in History - July 12
11: Open Access to Window's Anti-Spyware Lists Recommended
11: Ludicrous Copyright Response Letters
11: CoCo on German Copyright Decisions
11: Fair Use of Citizen Journalism Photos by Big Media
11: Today in History - July 11
11: Anti-Spoofing Technologies and Grokster
11: BBC Blasted for Making Music Freely Available
08: Out of Town
08: Netflix in Another Indie Film Distribution Deal - Where is Netflix for the Internet?
08: Today in History - July 8
07: Prediction: No Lawsuit Against Slingbox
07: Senior Fellow for Progress and Freedom Foundation Defends Comparison of Alternative Compensation Schemes to Slave Labor Prison Camps
07: Senate Hearings on Grokster Decision
07: Today in History - July 7
06: Opera Browser Embeds BitTorrent Functionality
06: Man vs. Machine on the Chess Board: Computers Victorious
06: EFF Adds Labor Law Section to its Legal Guide for Bloggers
06: Samuelson on Grokster
06: Stifling Innovation Not Working Out Well for Cellular Providers
06: Podcasting for the XBox 360?
06: The New Blue Book
06: Interesting Use for RFID in Bike Parking Lots in Japan
06: Von Lohmann on 17 USC 115 Reform
06: Senior Fellow for Progress and Freedom Foundation Compares Alternative Compensation Schemes to Forced Labor Prison Camps
06: Introducing the Spoken Alexandria Project
06: Today in History - July 6
06: Euro Software Patents are Dead
05: Chilling Effects from a Privacy/Security Bill?
05: Today in History - July 5
05: Meta Grokster Roundup
04: WikiHow Responds to Criticism - Goes Creative Commons
04: Fourth of July Links
04: Goldman on Click Fraud
04: 'The United States Themselves Are Essentially The Greatest Poem'
04: Visions of the Future from AOL Circa 1995
04: Om Malik on RSS Spam
04: German Publisher's Group Pushing to Poison DNS
04: Experiments in Newspaper/Blog Hybrids
04: The Marginality of Blogging
04: July 4 Grokster Roundup
04: Profile of a Trademark Abuser
04: Today in History - July 4
03: No News is Good News
03: Defending the Commons in India
03: Goldman on Recent DOJ Warez Group Busts
03: Subscription-Based Advertsing
03: More Crawford's Notes on the History of Telephony
03: $1 Public Domain DVDs in the NY Times
03: Media Server for TiVo
03: Capturing Audio by the Ton
03: Today in History - July 3
02: First it was Box Office, Now DVD Sales Slumping Too?
02: Hodder: Grokster Victory in 5-8 Years
02: Apple Plugging Trade Secret Leaks?
02: Trust Me?
02: Lack of Broadcast Flag Hurts Emergency Alert System?
02: Today in History - July 2
02: Thanks, JD
02: Has Apple Got the Podcasting Tiger by the Tail?
01: What happens when we become the media?
01: Eldred Begat Grokster
01: What the Hell is Wrong with HealthSpace Cleveland?
01: RSS for Marketing - Lots of Innovative Potential
01: Today in History - July 1 - Special Canada Day Edition
01: 2nd Cir. - Elements of Halloween Costumes May Be Copyrightable
01: Froomkin on US Announcing it Will Retain Control of DNS

June 2005
30: New England Cable Requests Viewers' Videos for Broadcast and Posting on the 'Net
30: Today in History - June 30
30: Felten on GAO's P2P Filtering and Porn Report
29: Bram Cohen: My Activist's Manifesto is a Parody!
29: EFF Files Trademark Lawsuit for Use of Trademark in Magazine Name
29: Today in History - June 29
29: Day Three of the Grokster Era
29: Time Magazine: Then and Now
29: If Violent Videogames Cause Violence, Where's the Crime Wave?
28: Grokster and darknet companies
28: BitTorrent and Grokster: How Much Intent Does it Take?
28: When U Beats 1-800-Contacts
28: iTunes 4.9 - Now with Podcasting
28: Welcome to Future Tense
28: The Day After: Grokster Roundup
28: Grokster and Open Source: Will Open Source Force the Court to Confront Sony?
28: The Importance of ... Law and IT: MGM v. Grokster
28: Kicking the Sony Can Down the Road
27: Some Notes on Grokster
27: Grokster open thread: Your views
27: Grokster: Theory and practice
27: Questions for Podcast on Grokster Decision
27: Notes on RIAA and MPAA Press Conference
27: Notes on Pro-Grokster Press Conference
27: Wall Street Journal Roundtable on Grokster
27: Grokster Loses - Unanimously - Inducement Test?
27: Court Overturns Ninth Cir., Upholds FCC Ruling in Brand X Case
27: Where I'll Be Reading About Grokster and Brand X
26: Non-Discrimination in 17 USC 115 Reform
26: More Pre-Grokster Commentary
26: Today in History - June 26
25: Implications of the Power Law for Grokster 'Punditry'
25: WKRN-TV Gets It, They Really Get It
25: Open(x2) Letter to the Editors of the LA Times on Wikitorials
25: Gratz on Lessig on 17 USC 115 Reform
25: A Slew of Articles from INDICARE
25: Fred's Friendly Fathomable Guide to the Grokster Decision
25: Today in History - June 25
25: Hacking the Anti-Flag Burning Amendment
25: RIAA: Efficiency Increases, Must Be Due to Pirates
25: What Advertisers Fear: Deliberate Inattention
24: Goldman on Copynorms: Is Infringement Theft?
24: Crawford's Notes on the History of Telephony
24: Five Unintended Consequences of Podcasting
24: Seventh Cir. Decides Against Student Newspaper's Freedom of Speech
24: EEJD Roundup on Community Broadband Act of 2005
24: A Vision of PR's Future
24: Pre-Grokster Weekend Reading
24: EFF on 18 USC 2257
24: Enforcement of 18 USC 2257 Held in Abeyance
24: Give Michael Kinsley YOUR Answers
24: Window Into a Virtual World
24: Lessig on the Proposed 17 USC 115 Reform
24: Doctorow on Feinstein on the Broadcast Flag
24: 100th Anniversary of Pittsburgh's First Movie Theater
24: Grokster + Brand X = Issues of Openness? It's All About the Distribution, Baby!
24: Democratizing Video Distribution with DVDs
24: Clearing Rights for a Mad Hot Documentary
24: Reason's Nick Gillespie on the Copyfight
24: Meta-Meta-Meta-Grokster
24: Broadcast Flag Threat Greatly Diminished, For Now
23: Study: PVRs in 50% of US Homes in 2009
23: Clear Channel to Launch 30 Podcasts
23: Closed Satellite Networks
23: Creative Commons and the Videogame Webcomic
23: Through the Looking Glass with the MPAA
23: Evolutionary Reasoning
23: Why 18 USC 2257 is a Bad Thing - Handily Illustrated with Stick Figures
23: Duty to Prevent Disclosure of Metadata
23: Audible Magic's Security Through Obscurity Critized
23: FTC Report on P2P Workshop
23: Slater on Mercora's Legal Hacks
23: 18 USC 2257 Anti-Porn Regs Go Into Effect
23: Never Trust Anyone Who Says 'Trust Me'
23: Grokster: The Waiting is the Hardest Part
23: Summary and Analysis of the Proposed 21st Century Music Licensing Reform Act
23: Gartenberg Responds on eBook DRM and Potential DMCA Violations
23: Today in History - June 23
23: Analysis of the Market for Law Professors
23: Mighty Talented Legal Academics to Blog Grokster, Brand X Decisions
22: The State of Movie Copyright Infringement in Nairobi
22: How Not to Advertise to J. Bradford DeLong
22: A Handful of Wikitorial Posts
22: UK Parents Ignore Videogame Ratings
22: Forget Grokster? A Recording Industry Bombshell from the Copyright Office
22: EFF Update on Broadcast Flag
22: A Loss of Order
22: How to Ensure More American Flags Are Burned
22: A Dirge for Real
22: INDICARE on Subscription vs. Download
22: Templeton on the Storage Box in the Closet
22: California Bill Would Regulate Gov't Use of RFID
22: Broadcast Flag Hasn't Snuck In Yet - Danger Hasn't Passed Though
22: Cory Doctorow's Latest Novel Available for Free Download
22: Listening to Radio On Your Cellphone
21: Thierer on Big Media
21: CoCo on 18 USC 2257
21: Beware the Blogarazzi
21: EEJD on Grokster's Middle Ground
21: Point and Snap Advertising
21: The Daily Patry - Independent Creation
21: Happy 20th Birthday Nick at Night! Hope You Don't Have Too Many More
21: More Details on Latest CD DRM
21: DRM Proponent Fed Up With DRM - Violates DMCA
21: Report: Extensive Internet Censorship in Iran
21: Freakonomics Meets P2P
21: Jack St. Clair Kilby, Inventor of Integrated Circuit, Dies
21: Why Store All That Data Just So It Can Be Stolen?
21: Copyright Lawsuit Over 'Zoom'
21: Blast from the Microsoft Antitrust Trial Past
21: Seth F on Blizzard v. BnetD Oral Argument
21: Journalists Use Blogs, Don't Trust Them
21: A Typical Joe on the Future of TV
21: TV Producer Gets Paid for Product Placement, Not Network
21: Die Cellphone. Die! Die! Die!
21: SF Gate Starts 'Culture Blog'
21: DRM Mucking Things Up
20: Wikitorial Post Mortem
20: No Trademark for Clear Containers?
20: Waiting for Grokster
20: Download the Blizzard v. BNETD Oral Argument
20: Study: DRM to Be Booming Business
20: Study Looks at US Attitudes Toward Filesharing
20: Kiss Me, I'm an Avatar
20: Geist on Canada's New Copyright Bill
20: Sen. Schumer Wants to Block Sales of Violent Videogame '25 to Life'
20: Howell Explores Grokster's Potential Outcomes
20: Blawger/Blogger Lunch in SoCal
20: Hollywood Smashes Piñata - No Candy, Only Lawsuits Fall Out
20: Broadcast Flag to Sneak Through Senate Tomorrow?!?
20: Global UCITA?
20: Expertise in Tween Girls Questioned
20: Report on Oral Argument in Blizzard v. BNETD Case
20: DVD Format Wars in the NY Times
20: Marybeth Peters to Testify on Music Licensing Reform
20: Godwin Laments the Limited Scope of the Original Godwin's Law
20: Violating the DMCA to Make Home Movies
20: Amazons 'Copy Protected CD' Label Not Good Enough Says CoCo Blog
20: Video or Text?
20: Free the David
20: Hey, That's My Handbag (Design)!
20: Entire Recording Industry Prepares Concerted Response to Grokster Decision
20: Canadian Politicians Answer Questions on Copyright
20: What Should the Purpose of Public Broadcasting Be?
20: Supreme Court to Hear Patent Tying Case
20: No Decision in Grokster, Brand X Today
20: Patry on the More Discerning Observer Test
20: Oral Arguments in Blizzard v. BNETD
19: Grokster Predictions
19: Winning on Appeal in the Court of News Judgement
19: The Darknet Dance
19: Investment Horizons for Copyright
19: Mixtapes, Playlists, Culture
19: LA Times Wikitorial Has Left the Building (For Now)
18: Podcast Games
18: LA Times Wikitorials - One Day Later
18: Getting Municipalities to Approve IPTV
18: More on the FCC's VoIP and E911 Order
18: History of the Starbucks Siren
17: Licensed Goldfish
17: Speeding Up and Scanning Podcasts
17: More on Wikitorials
17: Letter Sent to Congress Opposing Broadcast Flag
17: Lawsuits Against Blogspam
17: WIRED on Anti-Pornography Regulation
17: LA Times Wikitorial Experiment Begins
17: The Patry Copyright Class Continues
17: Warner Bros. Demands Dutch ISPs Violate User Privacy in Order to Get Licensing Deals
17: Microsoft on Chinese Censorship: We Censor in the US Too!
17: Ask Nicely and They'll Tell You How to Bypass Their DRM
16: Birthday Cakes are Nature's Way of Telling Us to Reform Copyright
16: Switch to DTV Causing TV Manufacturers to Remove Tuners Altogether
16: Goldman on Grokster
16: Google Print: Not About Reading Books
16: Moderate SoCal Earthquake
16: DRM Proponent Frustrated by DRM, Again
16: Murdoch to Buy and Give Away 20 Million DVRs
16: Music: Rent or Buy? The Ongoing Debate
16: Trademark Problems for Firefox?
16: Due Diligence and Google
16: Record Labels Fear Apple's Lock-In?
16: Record Companies Intend to Make Criminals of Us All
16: Clear Channel Reveals Own Weaknesses
16: Macrovision's Magical DRM that Drastically Reduces P2P Distribution
16: Mark Cuban Has Questions About the Macrovision DMCA Lawsuit
15: Macrovision Invokes DMCA for Analog Copy-Protection Technology
15: Rush Limbaugh: Licensing Holding Podcasting Back
15: Technology Companies' Commitment to Freedom
15: MPAA to Name HQ After Jack Valenti
15: Reporters Without Borders: PressThink One of Best Blogs Defending Freedom of Expression
15: Scriban: Big Content is a Cancer on Innovation
15: And They Get Well-Paid for Writing this Stuff
15: Where's the Guarantee on Schiff's Editorial?
15: Pre-Grokster Decision Spin
15: Australian Federal Court Justice Rips Copyright Term Extension
15: GAO Issues Testimony Regarding Int'l IP Enforcement
15: Public Knowledge: Set Hard Date for Transfer of DTV Spectrum
15: Barnett Blogs the AALS Contracts Conference
15: Yesterday Was Flag Day, Today is Anti-Flag Burning Amendment Day
15: Yes, Google is a 'Media Company'. So What?
15: 21 iTunes per iPod
15: Fact or Fiction, Wikipedia or Books?
15: Yet Another Alarmist Article About Employees Stealing Corporate Data - This Time It's iPods
14: Podcasting and Profanity
14: Sex Mini-Game in Grand Theft Auto
14: Balance the Broadcast Flag with DMCA Reform?
14: Darknet Excerpt: The Future of DRM
14: The Next Big Thing is the Thing that Makes the Last Thing Usable
14: Flag Day
14: MacKinnon on Corporate Support for Chinese Censorship
14: I'm Sorry Dave, I'm Afraid I Can't Do That.
14: EFF's Legal Guide for Bloggers
14: Gov't Support for Media Discussed
14: Korea to Require All Video Be Rated Before Distribution Via Internet
14: French ISPs Ordered to Block Holocaust Denying Website
13: Geist on Motivations for Copyright Reform in Canada
13: McCullagh and Homsi on DRM Laws
13: Even Copyright Infringing Spammers Deserve Free Speech Protections
13: WalMart to Put a Fork in Pre-Recorded VHS, 'It's Done'
13: Virtual Reality Weapons
13: Split-Screen Commercials to Beat TiVo's Fast Forward Button
13: Institutional Press Afraid to Stand Up Against Trade Secret Law
13: Social Networking Software: Not Even Close
13: What are the Democrats Thinking?
13: Average Size of Shared Files Nearly Triples Since 2002
13: Beastie Boys Sampling Infringement Case Ends
13: Congressman Opposing Municiple Telecom Will Benefit Financially
13: Intelligent Design: It's Not Just for Biology Anymore
13: Forbes.com Doing Very Well Under Free Model
13: DRM Holding Back 'Connected Home' Consumer Electronics Market
13: Google Map Hacks Taking Off
13: More on the LA Times' Wikitorial
12: The Anti-Lockin List
12: Copyright Infringement is Like Starving a Giant Tamagotchi
12: GPS for the News
12: Joe Gratz Enjoys Copyright Infringement
12: Wikitorials: A Dubious Idea from the LA Times
12: Brief Interview with David Nimmer
12: Earthquake in SoCal
12: NYT: Hacking is Good
11: What the Long Tail Ain't
11: Trip the E911 Fantastic
11: Doug Englebert's Design Philosophy Still Relevant
11: Joi Ito on the Emperor in Japanese Culture
11: Godwin: Microsoft's Halo Deal is Business as Usual
11: Citizen of Nowhere
10: 463 Communications Looks at CDT's Copyright Policy Paper
10: DRM and Lock-In: Apple vs. Microsoft
10: Raff Videoblogs an FCC Indecency Decision
10: I Believe: The Tools, They're Out There
10: Free Software Foundation Announces Goals of Revision of GPL to Version 3.0
10: Denise Re: Copyright Reform and Participatory Law
10: Free Riding and BitTorrent
10: Drug Patent Suspension
10: Why Didn't Someone Think of this When the Backstreet Boys Were All the Rage?
10: First Apple ][ Shipped 28 Years Ago
10: Irony, Thy Name is Warhol
10: Too Many Competing Interests for Monolithic DRM to be Successful
10: Freedom to Tinker Book Club Kicks Off
10: Who Wouldn't Want to be Pre-Breakup AT&T
10: EFF Issues Report on How Colleges Can Respond to Filesharing
10: Brazil Threatens to Ignore US IP Rights
09: Crawford on Utah Anti-Censorship Lawsuit
09: The Grateful Dead and Fair Use (And It's Not About the Music)
09: The Real Reason Apple is Suing Rumor Sites?
09: Die Network. Die! Die! Die!
09: Wikipedia, Astroturf, and Reputation Hacks
09: Some Ironies of Our Telecomm Regulatory Structure
09: Engadget: RIP DVD Decrypter
09: Granick Wants to Know Top Ten Legal Questions for Hackers
09: June 9, 1790 - First Book Copyrighted in US - The Philadelphia Spelling Book
09: Re: iPods Re: Australian Law
09: Samuelson's Berkeley Students Offer Potential Solutions for 'the P2P Problem'
09: Darknet's Jack Valenti Interview
09: Why Not DRM and DMCA for Everything?
09: Utah ACLU Takes On Yet Another Anti-Porn Law
09: Three Anti-Cable Censorship Op-Eds
09: Patry on Termination in Copyright
09: Warner Offers Carrot to DVD Viewers in China
08: Pharmaceutical Patent Law Boardgame, No, Seriously
08: Virtual Evolution in Second Life
08: Innovation and Design: One Can Only Predict Use
08: Patent Reform Act of 2005 Introduced
08: Janice Brown Appointed to DC Circuit Court of Appeals
08: The Spread of Creative Commons
08: Google to Create 3D Maps of Cities
08: Two Positive Reviews of CDT's Report
08: Re: Marty Re: Dennis Re: iPods
08: Quality v. Connectivity
08: GPS Cellphone Nag-igation
08: A Child's Phone That Actually Works
08: A Long Tail of Surveillance?
08: Lessig on the Open Access Law Program
08: Rex Hammock: Apple Will Simplify Podcasting
08: Copyright North of the Border
08: Jack and the Music Future
08: How to Avoid the Upgrade into HD DRM Trap
08: Apple as Media Platform Company
08: It's a Seller's Market in Attention
08: Felten on CDT's Report
08: 30th Anniversary of the Consumer VCR Yesterday
08: Nearly Disposable Videocamera
07: DOJ Busts X-Box Modders for DMCA Violations
07: Malik: Phone Companies Need to Think Different, Not Simply Complain to Congress
07: Why Not a Politically Incorrect Top Level Domain
07: Flash: From SWF to Video
07: Protect Your Privacy, Protect Your Wallet
07: Slater on Mercora's New Web-Based Search
07: I Don't Have a Clue
07: CDT's 'Balanced Framework' for Copyright Completely Unbalanced
07: Who Leaked the Apple+Intel News?
07: Equitable Estoppel Successfully Used as Defense in Copyright Case
07: Broadcasters Face Uphill Struggle
07: Violence in Videogames: A Debate
07: No Surprise: Censorship Groups Not Happy With ".XXX"
07: Good Question for Cell Phone Company
07: Darknet Foreward
07: In Search Of: A Positive Agenda for the Copyfight
07: More Copyright Photo Inanity
07: More No Personal Use Exemption Copyright Inanity
07: Do Copyrighted Wedding Photos Even Make Sense?
07: A Reply to Dennis Kennedy, Michael Madison and Marty Schwimmer on iPods, Distribution and Copyright
07: Cutting Edge Legal Research
07: Does It Make Sense to Hold WalMart Responsible for Reproducing Photos its Customers Want Copied?
07: JD Lasica Guest Blogging on Copyfight
07: Open Access Law Project Launches
06: The Case Against the Luddites
06: Fair Use and the DVD Fan Audio Commentary
06: Same Day Apple Special
06: Newspaper Opinion = Protected: Blogger Opinion = Activism, Not Protected
06: Supreme Court Rejects Lexmark's DMCA Appeal
06: More on "Restricted Use" vs. "License"
06: California's Anti-Violent Videogame Bill Stalls
06: DRM: Add On or Integral Part?
06: Distinguishing IPTV From Internet TV
05: Patry: Bridgeport Music Wrongly Decided
05: UK to Extend Copyright for Pop Songs
05: Where Are We in the 'DVD Replacement Cycle'?
05: Apple + Intel: Where's the Lawsuit Against C|Net?
05: Why .xxx When ICANN Continues TLD Scarcity?
05: Apple + Intel = Trusted Computing?
05: Journalism's Coming Age of Enlightenment
05: Last Post +1: SF Chronicle on Star Trek / Pedophilia Connection
05: Warner Music Implies iTunes and Listen.com Guilty of Massive, Ongoing, Criminal Copyright Violations
04: South Korea Hack All About the Games
04: Put Any MP3 on the Net Into a Personal Podcast
04: Television News Cameraman Sees Rapid Change Thanks to Citizens Media
04: Hosting Company Shuts Down Legitimate BitTorrent
03: Sharing With Friends, Not Strangers
03: FCC Issues E911 for VoIP Order, Pulver Comments
03: WikiHow - Thanks, But No Thanks
03: 6th Cir. Reaffirms - No De Minimis Defense in Copying Sound Recordings
03: ICANN Doesn't Censor, Governments Do
03: Continue the Discussion About Copyright Leakage on Copyfight
03: Independent Record Companies Appreciate P2P
03: Waiting for Grokster
03: Licensed Music May Backfire on Recording Company
03: Freedom to Tinker Launches Book Club With Lessig's Code
03: Mossberg: Cellphone Companies Are New Soviet Ministries
03: Die Channel. Die! Die! Die!
02: Rush Limbaugh to Launch Podcast on June 3rd - No Music Though
02: Copyright Leakage Convinces Labels to Make Most of Their Libraries
02: Company Adopts Podcasting for Internal Communication with Sales Force
02: Will Digital Overlays Blind Us?
02: Prof. Ghosh Predicts Grokster Win
02: Judge Patel Dismisses One Direct Infringement Theory, But Napster Investment Case Continues
02: Internet Video Not the Same Thing as a Movie Screen Says Cinemaphile
02: Podcasts for Congress: Good Idea or Premature?
02: Podcasts Open the Door for More Audio Content
01: Patent Reform Library
01: Review: Akimbo's Internet TV Stinks
01: Rental Nation Deja Vu
01: The Benefits of Copyright Leakage
01: ICANN Approves '.xxx' Top Level Domain
01: Hollywood Could Help Fight Child Porn, But They Don't
01: 30-Minute Television Shows to be a Thing of the Past
01: More on MPAA-Funded Police Surveillance Cameras
01: Public Good Problem Overestimated, Rent Seeking Underestimated
01: Rights and Int'l Law
01: Good News on Broadcast Flag in DTV Bill
01: Overview of China's Internet Censorship
01: Google, Wikipedia and Podcasting
01: Freedom to Tinker's Wiki-Friendly Book Club
01: Yet Another CD DRM Attempt - Yawn
01: Bertelsmann Set to Launch New Circular Rolling Device
01: A Technological History of Music
01: Gatekeeping on Mobile Phones

May 2005
31: The Golden Age of Telecom: 1950-1980
31: Patry on the Supreme Court and Sony
31: Lessig on Amateurs and Professionals
31: FCC Chairman's Number 1 Priority
31: The Broadcast Machine at Berkman
31: Reports of the Death of the Golden Goose are Greatly Exaggerated
31: What!? I'm Part of a Business?
31: Felten on Dissecting the Witty Worm
31: MPAA Paying for Police Surveillance Cameras in LA
31: Broadcatch/Podcast for the PSP
31: Whiny Bruins Have a Point
31: Airlines and Record Companies - Think of the Synergy!
31: Telcos Will Have to Fight to Provide TV in Texas
31: Cellphone Hard Drives Taking Off
31: Report: Diebold Opti-Scan Voting Machines Easily Hackable
31: Unrated DVDs Outsell Theatrical Version
30: Illinois Lawmakers Pass Anti-Violent Videogame Law - Awaits Governor's Signature
30: Darknet Series Continues
30: PSP Phone?
30: Another Service to Sell RSS Feeds
30: Put Down that UK Edition Harry Potter and Step Away Slowly
30: $100 Laptops for the Third World
30: Podcasts for Congress: A 'Capitol' Idea
30: Backup or 'Hostage' Cellphones
30: Cellphone Videogame Glut
30: Let Howard Stern Pick Your Music
30: The Deer Have Guns and the Hunters Are Getting a Makeover
30: Call Me Candide
30: TiVo-like Devices for Radio Raise Violate Terms of Service
30: Yahoo! Music Hacked Already?
30: Grumet on the Next iPodder Version
30: Hopefully the Last Post on the Star Trek/Pedophilia Connection
30: More on TV Station News and Podcasts
30: China's Censorship of Books Backfires
30: Feeling Guilty About Free-Riding
30: Copyright and Aliens
30: FCC's Violence Report Likely Months Away
30: Memorial Day - Semper Fidelis
29: Microsoft has a Podcasting Team
29: Sing, O Goddess, the Muse of Mashups
29: Where Does Fan Fiction End and Copyright/Trademark Begin?
29: The Handy, Everyday Wikipedia
29: Pop Rocks Patent
29: Saturated Product Placement on VOD
29: Probable FCC Commissioner has Close Ties to Senator Favoring Increased Censorship
29: No Cable HDTV for Microsoft for Now
29: Cell Phone Security Theatre
29: Questions for Congress
29: Darknet Interviews Andy Wolfe, Fomer CTO of ReplayTV
29: Censorship History Lesson at Film Forum
29: Maverick Movie Distribution
29: Thank You Anonymous Donor
28: Issues of Future Copyright
28: Rent-Seeking CEO Gives Donation to Politician Days Before Favorable Bill Introduced - 'No Coincidence' Says Senator
28: The Internet Routes Around Censorship, Even in France
28: Scoble on Improving RSS Newsreaders
28: Shifting Economics in the Demand Curve
28: Taking Public Transportation to the Next Level
28: Google Print Review
28: Fighting Lessig's Ghosts
27: TV Guide Podcasts
27: Don't You Just Hate That?
27: Exec. Dir. of Biblical Literacy Project Responds
27: Municiple Fiber in Burlington, VT
27: Audio Museum Annotation
27: Broadcast Flag Rears Its Ugly Head in DTV Transition Hearings
27: Google Print Goes Live!
27: Yahoo!'s Mindset
27: That THX Sound
27: Creative Commons Now Part of Yahoo! Search
27: The New Digital Divide
27: The Opening of the Frontier
27: The iTunes of Podcasting
27: The New Citizen Editors
27: Gillmor's Keynote to the World Editors Forum
27: More on Crypto and Criminal Evidence
27: Intel Embeds MS DRM Into New Chipset
27: Skype Spam
27: The Music Industry Will Continue to Suffer
27: More on Apple and Podcasting
27: Trademark Parody Okay Says South Africa's Constitutional Court
27: Coffeeshop Shuts Down Free WiFi on the Weekend: Mass Panic Results
27: Terrorism and Copyright Infringement
27: Ukraine Passes Internet Censorship Law
27: USA Today on Subscription Music Services
27: Ian Ayre's New Book: Optional Law
27: Whither the Moviegoer?
27: Gelernter Advocates Teaching the Bible as Literature: Good Idea, Too Bad That's Not What He Really Intends
27: Librarians Gone Wild (with Videogames)
26: Europe Awaits Grokster Decision
26: Knowing That You Changed Someone's Life: Priceless
26: Schools Required to Teach About the Constitution on Sept. 17
26: Whither Copyright in Canada?
26: Bizarre Settlement Possible in Music Club Infringement Case
26: Edelman on Adware/Spyware Intermediaries
26: All This Talk About Broadcasters Adopting Podcasting May Be Much Ado About Nothing
26: Nuanced View of Relevant Market in Antitrust Case
26: Telco Headed Down Wrong Path Says Netflix CEO
26: Lament of a Television News Cameraman
26: Looking Backwards and Forwards at 'We Media '
26: RIAA Sues Hundreds More - Including Internet2 Users
26: In Wake of Fed Raid on BitTorrent Site, Another Site Shuts Down on Its Own
26: First ABC, Then NBC, Now CBS Radio Podcasts
26: More on Apple and Podcasting
26: Three Questions for Kevin Drum: A Response From Me, Instead
26: Broadcast Flag Pro and Con in C|Net News
26: Digital Media Allows for More Complexity
26: Has BitTorrent Made a Major PR Blunder by Adding Search?
25: The Annotated AB450 - California's Latest Anti-Violent Videogame Bill is the Most Poorly Written Legislation I've Seen in a Long Time
25: US Soccer Starts Podcast
25: PaidContent Interviews Bernard Gershon
25: Podcasting a Threat to Audible.com
25: The Death of Podcasting?
25: Om Malik on Yahoo! Music
25: Restore the Old Republic
25: Whales are Masters of Remix Culture
25: Is a Website a Trade Secret?
25: Feds Take Down Elite Torrents, a BitTorrent Filesharing Site
25: Senate Judiciary IP Subcommitee Hearing On Int'l Copyright Infringement
25: Dear Clueless IP Lawfirms: USE RSS!
25: Madisonian Creative Commons
25: Virtual Worlds Fear Copyright Liability
25: Resurgence in Usenet Filesharing
25: Senate Hearing Today on 'Piracy of Intellectual Property'
25: Lessig: Living With Ghosts
25: Podcast Community/Conversation/Search
25: Copyright Infringement Insurance for Filesharing: An Idea Whose Time Has Still Not Come
24: Patry on the History Behind Luck's Music Library v. Gonzalez
24: Baudrillard and the Virtual Cow
24: Quality Can Be Found Anywhere on the Long Tail
24: Mere Presence of Encryption on PC Relevant to Criminal Acts
24: The MPAA's DVD Hardware Police
24: FOX Issuing Takedown Notices to Sith UPloaders
24: Reynolds to Neopets: Clean Up Your Act
24: Full Employment for Chilling Effects as BitTorrent Adds Search
24: Newspaper Restores Ability of Readers to Comment on Website
24: NBC News to Launch Numerous Hourly Podcasts
24: Bloggers Develop Organically
24: Pirates, Sharers, Traders and Hoarders
24: Mass. Considers Press Shield Law that Only Protects Big Media
24: The Superiority of Playlists to Channels
24: There Are Many Long Tails
24: ABC News to Start Podcast this Week
24: New Bill to Mandate DTV Transition by Jan 2009
24: Another Major Advertiser Demands Right to Preview Editorial Content
24: "Compatibility is Not a Goal" - Hollywood Execs
24: Google's Library Digitization Plan Runs Into Opposition
24: Building the Bottom Up from the Top Down
24: DC Circuit Rejects Challenge to Congress Removing Works from the Public Domain
24: Demogogic Congressman Says Comedian Verges on Treason, Wants Him Off the Air
24: Study: DVRs Too Hard to Use for Most
24: Boston Globe Writer Takes Journalists to Task in Apple Trade Secrets Case
24: MS to Lock Up Office Documents, Lock In Customers
23: This Anti-Creative Commons Rhetoric Goes to Eleven
23: Public Domain Enhancement Act Reintroduced
23: Piggy Bank = The Semantic Web?
23: Patry on Grokster
23: The Temptation of the Radio Station
23: Volokh Comments on Huffman Indecent Exposure Case
23: Felten on VoIP and 911
23: Framing Effects and Copyright
23: Highly Recommended: Tesseract: The Film
23: News Reports of the Obvious: Infringing Copies of Star Wars Film Available on the Internet
23: Lack of Convenience Leads to the Dark Side
23: Religious Bias and Romer v. Evans
23: Darknet: The Mini-Book, Week 2
23: Forrester on Podcasting
23: French Judges Say "Oui" to Filesharing
23: Someone Should Have a Talk with Dave Matthews
23: Morgan Stanley's Abusive Ad Contracts
23: Steve Jobs is Just Trying to Help (Take Freedom of Speech Away)
23: Using the Appropriate Technology for a Particular Goal
23: Newsweek on the Future of Television
22: Larry Lessig's Heroic Courage and Convictions
22: More Finkelstein on Censorware
22: Publication via BitTorrent Just Got Easier
22: Wax Cylinders Same as MP3s Says German Court
22: DRM Nightmare
22: The Problem With Journalism Is ...
21: Why Not Podcast DVS Television Audio?
21: Newspapers Ends Reader Comments on Website Stories
21: A Copyrighted Chicken, an Egg and Replacementdocs.com
21: NYT: For Further Reading
20: FCC Demands Enhanced 911 for VoIP in Next 120 Days
20: Paris Hilton's Sidekick Hacked - Social Engineering to Blame
19: Fan Films Screened at Cannes
18: Cory, Cory, Cory
18: Mark Cuban Forsees the (Almost) End of the RIAA
18: Life Imitates Sim City
18: Madisonian Copyright
18: The Internet of Video vs. IP-TV
18: Actors and Videogame Industry Headed for a Showdown?
18: The Varities of Crawford's Experiences
18: Broadcast Style Commericials Have Got to Go
18: Scalzi to Critics: Frankly, My Dear, I Don't Give a *#$#@
18: Internet TV as Collaborative Environment
18: Copyright Infringement in China and China's DMCA
17: The Populism of Blawgs
17: Freedom of Expression: Thank Skywalker!
17: JD Lasica's Darknet: The Mini-Book
17: More on "Making Available" and Patel's Napster Ruling
17: TV Guide Launches Four Short Form Internet Video Series
17: Hypocritical Tabloid Publisher Fails to Silence Former Employee
17: AOL Wants IM Integrated With Videogames
17: Ourmedia Surpasses 5,000th Upload Milestone
17: Common Carrier Would Keep Cable Companies from Blocking Competitor's Ads
17: Felten on the Copyright Office's Annual Report
17: The Ecology of the Buzzword
17: UCONN Survey on Freedom of the Press
17: Stakes in the Free Expression Business - Alternative Compensation Schemes Needn't be Free Expression
17: More Copyright Class in a Blog: Enumerated Powers Doctrine
16: Videogames and Libraries
16: Wasted Prosecutorial Resources in Copyright Infringement Case
16: Brand X Transcript and Thoughts on Common Carriage
16: Intelligent Design Theorist Removes Link to Critic (Me)
16: How Not to Launch a Podcast Radio Station
16: Free TiVo Market Research
16: NYT: We Don't Want People to Read Our Op-Ed Columnists
16: The New GateKeepers
16: 50 Films for $.055 Each
16: Videogame Law: The Blog
16: Geist on Canada's VoIP Ruling
16: Traditional Broadcast Radio Whistling in the Dark
16: Advertisers Should Be Pushing Broadcatch
16: Sales of DVD Recorders Increasing
16: It's Like a Copyright Class, Only It's a Blog
16: What TiVo People Know: A Modest Proposal
16: Feedburner and Yahoo! Media RSS
16: Technology Review's IP Issue
15: Toyota Goes With Sirius and Stern
15: NY Conference on Internet Television
15: Notes from the Planet Gallifrey in the Constellation Kasterborous
15: Dr. Lenz vs. Google
15: Weatherall on Copyright Exceptions Debate in Australia
15: Blankenhorn on Publishers' Ethics
15: Alarmism and a New Initiative from the Int'l Chamber of Commerce
15: WiPhishing: New Type of Phishing Attack
15: Volume Production of ePaper on the Way?
15: Making Canadian Copyright Available
15: Privacy Experts Provide Increased Privacy Suggestions
15: This is Harry Shearer, Huffington Post
15: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Infringement
15: Gov't Censorship Spurs Copyright Infringement in China
14: Three Senior Editors of LinuxWorld Magazine Resign
14: Ode to Analog Copy Degradation
14: Godwin: Pyhrric Victory? I Don't Think So
13: Jeff Jarvis Meets Michael Powell
13: CoCo: German Court Approves Printer Levy
13: Techdirt: MS's IP Propaganda Contest
13: No Gay Books For Kids or No $ Says OK Legislators to Librarians
13: CoCo: Anti-DMCRA Spin
13: Michigan Court of Appeals Returns to 1950s in Free Speech Ruling
13: Seth Finkelstein on SafeBrowse
13: Evolutionary Chilling Effects
13: John Hiler: Death of Hierarchical Folders
13: Scoble: No RSS = Lame
13: The Register Takes Cheap, Homophobic Shot at Hilary Rosen
13: New Distribution System for Automobiles
13: Doctorow on Proposed Broadcast Flag Legislation
13: Legacy Contracts Hinder Broadcast Evolution
13: WSJ: Newspapers Turning to Podcasts
13: Flickr Used by Spanish Newspaper
13: Schneier on Spam Basics
13: Gov't Doesn't Want to Tax Certain Nevada Industry
13: GPS-Guided Audio Tours Launched in Montgomery, AL
13: St. Lawrence Univ. Abuses Copyright to Uncover Anonymous Bloggers
12: Adobe's Digital Media Store Crippled by DRM and High Prices?
12: Patently-O: Two Briefs Supporting Cert on Patent Obviousness Case
12: Copyright Office Issues Orphan Works Reply Comments, Joe Gratz Summarizes
12: Consumer Reports: Filtering Software Getting Better But Still Far From Perfect
12: Judge Patel Shoots Down Notion That the Right of Distribution Includes "Making Available"
12: Yahoo! Sued Over Child Porn Web Group
12: How to Make a Commercial on DVD
12: The Growing Censorship Threat
12: No Sirius Please, We're Hyundai
12: Internet-to-TV Progressing
12: Translation of French Decision Making DVD DRM Illegal
12: Felten on RFID on DVD
12: MPAA Shopping Draft Broadcast Flag Legislation
12: MPAA Goes After Television BitTorrent Tracking Sites
12: Borrowing a Page From Lysenko, Intelligent Design Theorist Demands Gov't. Hearings
12: Schaumann on Direct Infringement in P2P
12: Smithsonian Reluctant to Allow Free WiFi on the Mall
12: Broadband to the Home Via Natural Gas Pipelines?
12: Periodical Fires Push Pollster
12: DS/SF/FvL Copyfight Debate Continues
12: Nesson's Grokster Manifesto
11: Lysenko's Intelligent Design
11: Self-Replicating Robots Advance
11: Fred von Lohmann Responds to Derek Slater
11: Citizens' Media Weekend
11: You're In the Movie!
11: DRM: Who Do You Trust More?
11: Finkelstein and Slater Followups
11: Hilary Rosen Flashback
11: Legal to Sell the Movie, But Not the Videogame
11: Media Navel Gazing
10: Networks Creating Broadcatch Friendly Content - But Cellphones Only, Please
10: The FCC, Up-to-Date As Usual
10: That Darn Constitution
10: Podhoretz: Mass Media Meltdown
10: Trusted Computing Video Standard Moves Forward
10: If the Content is Free, Why Use Cable?
09: Whither the Fourth Pillar of Fair Use
09: Should Copyright Distinguish Between Parody and Satire?
09: The New Normal: Why Content and Distribution Should Be Separate
09: Zealous Advocacy vs. Unprincipled Hacks
09: LA Times: Feds Reluctant to Prosecute Infringing Downloaders
09: There Is More Than One Way to Achieve the Broadcast Flag
09: Slater Defends the Middle Ground in the Copyfight
09: Hilary Rosen Laments Apple's DRM Strategy
06: Victory in Broadcast Flag Case! FCC Has No Authority Says Court
04: Star Trek and Pedophilia Claim Followup
03: Yahoo! Group Disappears Into the Ether ...
02: Opening Networks to Censorship in Order to Keep Them Closed

April 2005
28: LA Times Claim About Pedophiles Wrong
08: Copyright Infringement Possibilities for Liquid Lenses
07: Distribution Loophole in Capital Records v. Naxos?
07: Hal Varian on Grokster
06: Looking at the College Market
06: C|Net on Possible Judicial Inducement Test
06: Videogame Golf, Copyright and Drunken Bar Patrons
06: Just Before Death Pope Endorsed Citizens' Media
06: The Countdown for the Extinction of Kiosks has Already Started
05: New York - Common Law Copyright Protects 50-Year Old Sound Recordings
05: 1TB 3.5" Hard Drives in 2007
05: Al Gore's New Television/Internet Hybrid
05: Criminal Penalties for Indecency on Cable?
05: PBS - The Non-Public Gatekeeping Service
05: Replacing New Commercials for Old
05: Comcast Chief: PSP is the new DVR
05: New York Times on Growing Interest in Satellite Radio
01: Cory Doctorow Issues DMCA Notice and Takedown to BoingBoing Parody Site
01: More Honest Pirates

March 2005
31: Report from Down Under on Kazaa Lawsuit
31: Tina Brown Bemoans Death of Quality Broadcast Television News
31: Wall Street Journal on Silicon Valley Political Mindset
31: Jeff Jarvis Defines Journalism as a Verb
31: Department of Useless Technology - "Start Over"
30: Don't Ignore Brand X Case
30: Remind Me of the Reason for the DMCA Again?
30: More Editorial Board Takes on Grokster
28: New FCC Head Wants More Indecency Regulation - Including Cable, Satellite
28: Microsoft Cozying Up to Washington Regulators
28: Feds Adopt Distributed Computing
28: New York Times Editorial Board Blows It on Grokster
21: Bloggers are Journalists: The Down Side
18: How Much Torture Before Execution is Too Much Torture?
15: Slate Induces Copyright Violations
14: A Proper Press Shield Test: Publication or Intent to Publish, Period
10: Creator of the Video Rental Store Dies
10: How Polarized is the Political Blogosphere?
08: Is Arizona's Counterfeiting Law Unconstitutional or Preempted?
08: Press Shield Laws Defend Democratic Culture in Trade Secret Cases
07: Regulation of Indecency on Cable/Satellite May Be Constitutional
03: Honest Pirates?
02: The Future of Broadcast Censorship?
02: Business Model Incentives and the Grokster Amicus
01: Free Speech Perfidy at the FCC, Once Again

February 2005
28: Open Access to Law Reviews Blog
28: An Engine of Censorship
08: Journalists Going "Off the Record"
08: One Way the Right of Reproduction Screws Things Up
06: It's Not the Offensiveness, Stupid

January 2005
20: Public Relations has Ethics? Who Knew?
20: Elvis Still Number One in UK
20: Self-Help in the Seat Rental Business
19: Greece Upset by US Indecency Regulations
18: Television Networks as Empire
17: NY Times on CBS DRM
17: Freedom of the Press Belongs to Those Who Own Servers
17: Filtering Television
17: Corporate Trade Barriers to World Trade
14: CBS Report Panel Endorses "View From Nowhere"
13: CBS Changes Report File: Cut-n-Paste Now Prohibited
12: The People Who Owned the Bible - a story
11: Omissions and Other Critiques of the CBS News Report
11: How Does Dan Rather Define "Responsible"?
10: Why Does CBS News President Andrew Heyward Still Have His Job?

December 2004
16: Who'd Buy the Public Domain for a Dollar?

November 2004
09: The Server in the Closet Gets a Little Closer to Reality
09: Announcing the Future of Digital Media Series
08: Bloggercon IV: In the Heart of the Beast?
08: Will the Networks Promote TiVo "Permalinks"?
07: BitTorrent Cease and Desists
06: Journalists, Publishers and Blogging
06: Podcasts in Videogames
06: Attention Scarcity and Podcasting/Broadcatching
05: Stop the State AG's From Supporting Grokster Cert
04: MPAA Wields Stick Against Filesharers - Forgets Carrot
04: The Importance Of ... Law and IT: Bnetd and Lexmark
04: Whither the Press?
03: Toychinima?

October 2004
12: Regulate Speech or Free It? Responding to Sinclair Broadcast Group's Decision to Air Anti-Kerry Film
12: Congressional Copyright Shenanigans Finished (For Now)
08: MPAA/RIAA Files Petition for Cert in Grokster Case
08: Copyright Shenanigans Not Over in Congress - Piracy Education Act Dangerous
07: Final INDUCE Act (IICA) Draft From Copyright Interests - INDUCE Dead for Now
07: No INDUCE Act (IICA) Markup Tomorrow?
06: Sen. Hatch Pushing INDUCE Act (IICA) Forward Despite No Consensus? Plus, CDT Speaks Out
06: Technology and Consumer Groups Oppose INDUCE Act (IICA) Markup
06: Media Appearance - Tammy Bruce Radio Show
06: Secret INDUCE Act (IICA) Negotiations Fail!
05: NC-17 for Marionette Movie?
05: Fox News Correspondent Cameron's Foul Up
05: Journalism's True Enemies
04: Rumors Continue to Fly Around New INDUCE Act (IICA) Draft
04: FCC Announces DTV Consumer Education Initiative - Forgets to Mention Broadcast Flag
04: Is There a New INDUCE Act (IICA) Draft?
01: Burning the Midnight Oil to Create a New INDUCE Act (IICA)
01: Major DMCA/EULA Loss - District Court Clueless in BNETD Case

September 2004
30: "All-Star" Drafting Team to Create New INDUCE Act (IICA) by Close of Business Tomorrow
30: Report from the INDUCE Act (IICA) "Negotiations"
30: Content Industries Meet with Sen Hatch Prior to INDUCE Act (IICA) "Negotiation"
29: INDUCE Act (IICA) Massive Negotiation Session Tomorrow
29: INDUCE Act (IICA) Continues to Threaten
29: Intellectual Property PAC Launches
28: Doc Searls on the iPod Platform
24: Staff Draft of INDUCE 2.0
23: CBS Investigation Will Look Into Stonewalling
23: FCC's Janet Jackson Ruling Wildly Inconsistent
23: The Importance of ... Law and IT: The INDUCE Act 2.0
22: CBS Investigation Only on Process to Broadcast - Not Stonewalling
22: Incompetent AND Unethical: The Story of CBS News' Response to Criticism of the Killian Memo Forgeries - Part Two
22: Incompetent AND Unethical: The Story of CBS News' Response to Criticism of the Killian Memo Forgeries - Part One
21: CBS News Producer Contacted Kerry Aide Lockhart Before Show Aired
20: Rather's Statement
20: This Isn't About Dan Rather, It Is About CBS News
19: The Fingerpointing Has Begun at CBS
18: Real Time Fact Checking
17: Incompetent or Unethical? The Story of CBS News' Response to Criticism Over the Killian Memos
17: Broad Coalition of Organizations Calls for More INDUCE Act (IICA) Hearings
16: A Preponderance of Misdirection and Lack of Transparency
15: Where is the Transparency? - Crisis of Integrity Continues at CBS
15: Rather Shows He is Unfit for Journalism
15: Crisis in Journalism
14: SAVE BETAMAX
14: CBS Memo Defense: Richard Katz Is Wrong About Ones and Els
10: Copyright Office Report on INDUCE Act (IICA) Complete But Not Yet Public
10: Hatch's Hit List #45 - MIT's I/O Brush
09: TiVo plus Netflix =! Broadcatching
09: Hatch's Hit List #44 - Broadcatching
08: Call Congress on Sep. 14 - SaveBetamax.org
08: Viewing Commercials on TiVo
08: INDUCE Act (IICA) Response to Copyright Office "Discussion Draft" and Other News
08: The Importance Of ... Law and IT: Garage Doors and the DMCA
08: Hatch's Hit List #43 - Large Portable Hard Drives (and Mark Cuban)
07: Hatch's Hit List #42 - Microsoft Music
03: Hatch's Hit List #41 - iPodder
03: The Importance Of ... Law and IT: Apple v. Real v. Microsoft
02: Copyright Office Produces 'Discussion Draft' Alternative to INDUCE Act (IICA)
02: Chamberlain v. Skylink in the Court of Public Opinion
02: Hatch's Hit List #40 - DEF CON
02: A JibJab Coda
01: The Copyrightability of Messages from Extraterrestrials
01: More on the "Don't" INDUCE Act (IICA) from Some New Suspects
01: Hatch's Hit List #39 - Peer-to-Peer Software Development Kits
01: Commentaries on the Federal Circuit's Skylink Decision
01: Landmark Federal Circuit Decision in Skylink Case Creates DMCA Balancing Test
01: Game Consoles and VoIP

August 2004
31: Broadcatching Roundup - TV Stations Now Unnecessary and Other News
31: The INDUCE Act (IICA) and the Analog Hole
31: City of Heroes and Machinima
31: Hatch's Hit List #38 - Mediatrips
31: XM Radio's Stockholm Syndrome
31: Oddworld Creative Director on the Possibilities of Machinima
31: Voicemail over IP is the New Postcard
30: Thierer Beats the Devil
30: The Great Wikipedia Authority Debate
30: Once Upon a Time Martha Graham Had an Employment Agreement
30: Broadcatching Roundup: iPodder Opportunities, the Death of Radio, and an Enclosure Debate
30: INDUCE Act (IICA) Monday Morning Roundup - 30 Aug 2004
30: Copyright Permissions and Kinko's
30: INDICARE Summarizes JibJab Saga
30: Hatch's Hit List #37 - FeedBurner
30: The Google File System
30: Explain to Me Again Why We Need the Broadcast Flag Treaty
27: Hatch's Hit List #36 - JANE Magazine
27: The Best of Me on the INDUCE Act (IICA) and Other News
27: Confusing the No-Fly List
26: Little-Known Anti-Pornography Statute Threatens Free Speech
26: (Don't) INDUCE Act (IICA) Round-up and Other News
26: Hatch's Hit List #35 - Email Forward Function
26: The INDUCE Act (IICA) - Inducing Foreign Scientists Away From Our Shores
26: Ludlow Got Some Concessions in JibJab Case
26: Introducing: The Importance Of ... Audio Edition
26: Broadcatching on the iPod Platform
25: JibJab Aftermath
25: Hatch's Hit List #34 - Instapundit
25: JibJab Case Settled - Official
24: 'Don't Induce Act' - an Alternative to the INDUCE Act (IICA) and Other News
24: Hatch's Hit List #33 - Flickr
23: INDUCE Act (IICA) Interview (with me) and Other News
23: Videogame Character Bears All in Playboy - No, Seriously
23: JibJab Complaint Now Available - Misuse of Copyright Claimed
23: Hatch's Hit List #32 - Online Ad Publishers
21: Rumor Mill: JibJab Settles Copyright Lawsuit - Complete Victory!
20: Apple vs. Real: The Debate Continues
20: INDUCE Act (IICA) Roundup - Foreign Publications Edition (and CNN)
20: Hatch's Hit List #31 - Replica Prop Forums
19: Grokster Wins Big in 9th Circuit
19: Hatch's Hit List #30 - XM Radio to MP3
18: Calif. Legislature Passes Requirement that Retailers Post Video Game Ratings
18: The NY Times Against the INDUCE Act (IICA) and a News-Leader Op-Ed
18: Hatch's Hit List #29 - SourceForge
18: Senators Put Copyright Office in Charge of Finding INDUCE Act (IICA) "Consensus" by Sep 7
17: Hatch's Hit List #28 - Credit Card Companies
16: New Bizzness Law Blawg
16: Rumors of SHA-1 Vulnerability
16: Two Short Editorials on the INDUCE Act (IICA)
16: Hatch's Hit List #27 - DVD Jon's AirPort Express Hack
13: Broadcatching Roundup - Friday the 13th Edition
13: OutragedModerates.org - New and Improved
13: INDUCE Act (IICA) Roundup - Friday the 13th
13: Hatch's Hit List #26 - Player Pianos
12: Hatch's Hit List #25 - EFF's Digital Front of Television Liberation
11: Hatch's Hit List #24 - US Postal Service
10: Hatch's Hit List #23 - Email to RSS
09: The Future of Music Coalition Against the INDUCE Act (IICA)
09: The INDUCE Act (IICA) Harms National Security
09: Hatch's Hit List #22 - Torrentocracy
08: Cultural Protectionism, Copyright and Filesharing
07: Does the FCC Want Out of the Copyright Regulation Business?
06: Woody Guthrie's Granddaughter on JibJab Controversy
06: News Should be Objective and Impartial According to Our Standards - US Lawmakers Threaten First Amendment Rights
06: Tim Wu's INDUCE Act (IICA) Alternative
06: Internet Archive Game Videos Section Now Available
06: Hatch's Hit List #21 - TiVo to Go
06: State AGs Warn Filesharing Companies: Your Technology Too Dangerous!
05: The Future of Copyright, the Future of Technology
05: FCC Bestows Its Blessing on Technological Innovation
05: JibJabapalooza 3
05: Hatch's Hit List #20 - P2P Congress
05: States Warn Email Providers
04: One Way Darknets Are Vulnerable
04: "We the Media" Book Review
04: P2P = Patriot to Patriot
04: Hatch's Hit List #19 - Battle Torrent
04: DMCA Executioner Strikes Again, Prepares for Next Victims
03: Online Comic Artist Reveals Comic Syndicates Wear No Clothes
03: Department of Ooops: Apple FairPlay Edition
03: A Copyright Fable Relevant to the INDUCE Act (IICA) and Other News
03: Arlo Guthrie on JibJab Parody: An "Incredibly Wonderful Bit of Hilarity"
03: Hatch's Hit List #18 - Universal Turing Machine
02: The Presidential Election, Copyright, INDUCE Act (IICA) and Tech Policy
02: Higher Education Groups Oppose INDUCE Act (IICA)
02: Will Real's DRM Strategy Succeed? Signs Point to "No"
02: Hatch's Hit List #17 - Cellphones with Hard Drives

July 2004
31: JibJab Does File Lawsuit - "This Land" a Fair Use Parody
31: JibJab Files Lawsuit for Right to Distribute Parody?
30: Hatch's Hit List #16 - The New York Times
30: Better Tape Delay the Political Conventions
30: Optimal Level of DRM for Music Downloads = 0
30: JibJabapalooza 2
29: Alcohol Ads in Univ. Newspapers Legal Says Third Circuit
29: JibJabapalooza
29: Apple Gets Real Serious About Harmony
29: INDUCE Act (IICA) Press Roundup - 29 July 2004
29: EFF Defends JibJab Animation as Parody
29: Why Who Can Sue Under the DMCA is Important
29: Hatch's Hit List #15 - Ringtone Remixers
29: Fair Use, Normal Use, Competive Use and the INDUCE Act (IICA)
28: FCC Launches Inquiry Into Violence on Television
28: Are TV Networks "Inducing" Infringement by Promoting JibJab?
28: Can Real Sue Apple Under the DMCA?
28: Broadcatching Roundup - 28 July 2004
28: P2P Problem or Security Issue?
28: Hatch's Hit List #14 - Deepnet Explorer
28: Brief INDUCE Act (IICA) Roundup - 28 Jul 2004
27: Barbie on the INDUCE Act (IICA): From My Cold, Plastic Hands, Senator Hatch
27: RIAA Subpoenas for John Does Valid
27: INDUCE Act (IICA): Every New Feature Could Trigger Lawsuits
27: Hatch's Hit List #13 - Disaster Relief Communication Systems
27: Can Copyright Holders Sue Real for Converting Files from Helix DRM to FairPlay DRM?
27: Parody or Satire? iRaq Posters, JibJab Animation, Fuse's Silhouette Ads
26: Les Vadasz on the INDUCE Act (IICA): A Bill That Chills
26: Entertainment Atty Rips INDUCE Act (IICA): Not Good For Artists
26: What Real's Hacking of FairPlay Doesn't Do
26: Hatch's Hit List #12 - FreeCache
26: Ernest Miller's Draft Substitute for the INDUCE Act (IICA) v2.0
25: Claim of Libel Threat is Made - No One Bothers to Check if it is True
25: Department of Pretentious Bullshit
24: Ernest Miller's Draft Substitute for the INDUCE Act (IICA)
23: Sen. Coleman Opposes INDUCE Act (IICA)
23: Sen. Hatch's Shifting Rhetoric in Favor of the INDUCE Act (IICA)
23: Hatch's Hit List #11 - Virtual Jigsaw Puzzles
23: Shredding the INDUCE Act (IICA) - CEA, IEEE-USA, NetCoalition
23: Backing Away from the INDUCE Act (IICA)
22: Book Review: The Anarchist in the Library
22: Felten's INDUCE Act Hearings Blog Party
22: Copyright Office on INDUCE Act (IICA): It isn't Strong Enough
22: Hackers, Lawyers, Society and the INDUCE Act (IICA)
22: Consumer Groups Issue Statement Against INDUCE Act (IICA)
22: INDUCE Act (IICA) Press Roundup - Pre-Senate Hearing
22: Hatch's Hit List #10 - 3D Scanners
21: Fmr Intel VP and CEI Oppose INDUCE Act (IICA)
21: Technorati Goes to the Democratic National Convention
21: The Cathedral, the Bazaar and Art
21: FCC Roundtable on Regulating the Internet
21: The Flip Side of Censorship - Mandatory "Good" Speech
21: Hatch's Hit List #9 - Darknets
21: Number of Co-sponsors for INDUCE Act (IICA) Growing
20: Witness List for INDUCE Act (IICA) Senate Hearing Now Available
20: Hatch's Hit List #8 - Worth1000 Photoshop Contests
20: Outragedmoderates.org - Not the Most Impressive Use of P2P
20: 2Michael P. - Answer the Tough Questions
20: Would You Like Some Surveillance with that Pizza?
19: On Walden, Continued
19: The Morality of Code
19: Some of the Background of the INDUCE Act (IICA)
19: Hatch's Hit List #7 - VoIP
18: P2P Company Interviewed Re: INDUCE Act (IICA) -- More on RIAA Letter
18: Mernit on Improving Online News Coverage - Some Responses and the Citizens' Media Press Pool Fund
17: The Next Generation of Journalists Will Start as Bloggers
17: Hearings to be Held on INDUCE Act (IICA)
16: Washington's Violent Videogame Law Held Unconstitutional
16: Hatch's Hit List #6 - Legos
16: The INDUCE Act (IICA) and Tertiary Liability
15: On the Burden of Persuasion for the INDUCE Act (IICA)
15: Hatch's Hit List #5 - Automatic Online Translators
15: Movie Studios Cooperate with Broadcast Censors
15: On Reporting Press Releases, Statements, Etc.
15: FCC Chairman Powell on Indecency at Always On
14: The Abridged RIAA Letter on the INDUCE Act (IICA)
14: The Excessively Annotated RIAA Letter on the INDUCE Act (IICA)
14: Hatch's Hit List #4 - Arcade Emulators
14: New DRM Coalition to Raise Barriers to Entry for Competitors
14: Does Audible Magic Violate Wiretap Laws?
14: Bill Gates: DVDs Soon to be Obsolete
14: Prosumer Camcorder Will Help Lead Content Revolution
13: 24/7 Internet Coverage of Political Conventions
13: New Technology Can Thwart Child Pornographers Without Inhibiting Free Expression
13: Destroying Some Artists so that Others Might Live
13: Not Much INDUCE Act (IICA) News
13: Hatch's Hit List #3 - AM/FM Transmitters
13: The Living Room Candidate - Not a Creative Commons
13: The Right to Hire an Attorney at an Academic Press
13: Outfoxed Rope-a-Dope Begins?
12: The INDUCE Act (IICA) and the Safe Harbor Provisions of the DMCA
12: Who Can Sue Who Under the DMCA?
12: A Few Columns on the INDUCE Act (IICA)
12: Complaints About the Used Book Market - Again
12: Hatch's Hit List #2 - 3D Printers
12: Digital Millennium Competition Avoidance (DMCA)
12: Comic Book Free Expression
12: On Walden
11: Guerrilla Documentary Copyfighting
10: Happy Birthday LawMeme!
10: Content Subscription Shenanigans
09: No Guarantees with Content Subscriptions
09: Introducing Hatch's Hit List
09: Are the Opponents of the INDUCE Act (IICA) Claiming that the Sky is Falling?
09: FCC Chairman Powell Has a Blog - No, Seriously
08: FCC: F-Word May Still Be Used, But We Won't Explain When
08: LA City Council Votes to Regulate Cybercafés
08: INDUCE Act (IICA) Press Roundup - July 8, 2004
08: Microsoft is the Ogrethulu
08: The INDUCE Act (IICA) - Putting the Pornography Industry in Charge
07: FCC to Require Broadcasters to Retain Copies of Broadcasts for 60-90 Days
07: Lessig on Hollaar's "Sony Revisited" and the INDUCE Act (IICA)
07: Rosen and Hodder on Blogging, Political Conventions, and Journalism
07: TiVo vs. Media Center Edition vs. INDUCE Act (IICA) vs. Broadcast Flag
07: Filtering Out Blogs
06: Many Organizations Sign on to Letter Requesting INDUCE Act Hearings
06: Why I Support New DRM Standard for Oscar Screeners
06: Opposition to INDUCE Act (IICA) Getting Mainstream Press - Bill Still Moving Through Senate Quickly
06: The INDUCE Act (IICA) and the Broadcast Flag
06: Quote of the Day: Telecom and DRM Edition
06: The Debate Over Free Information 100 Years Ago
05: Album Sales Increase, P2P Blamed
05: Opposition to Violent Videogames Continues
05: Defending Civil Liberties Shortly After 9/11
02: 500 Channels with Nothing On? Nah - No Channels At All
02: Quote of the Day: Music Pricing Edition
02: SPAM: New and Improved with More Varieties Than Before!
02: The INDUCE Act (IICA) and the Notice and Takedown Provisions of the DMCA
02: Major Broadcast Networks to Decrease Convention Coverage - Author Experiences Schadenfreude
02: E-Mail Wiretap Decision: Out of the Wiretap Frying Pan, Into the Copyright Fire
01: Everybody* Should See This Film (*Age 17 and Below Must Be Accompanied by a Parent or Guardian)
01: FCC to Fine Only Viacom for Broadcasting Indecency - Why?

June 2004
30: Roland Emmerich: Copyright Pirate?
30: INDUCE Act (IICA) = Patent Extortion, but for Copyrights?
30: Quote of the Day - CD Burner INDUCE Act (IICA) Edition
30: Study Finds Americans Opposed to RIAA Suing Direct Infringers - INDUCE Act (IICA) Supporters Cheer
30: The INDUCE Act (IICA) and the Anti-Circumvention Provisions of the DMCA
29: First Thoughts on Ashcroft v. ACLU
29: The INDUCE Act and the Right to Prepare Derivative Works
29: Supporting the INDUCE Act
28: Go Ahead with the INDUCE Act - A View from Overseas
28: End-to-End Must Die So that National Security May Live
28: FCC's Adelstein on the Need to Protect the Children With Regard to DTV
28: Hollywood to Kerry: Here's $5Mill
28: INDUCE Act + Broadcast Flag Treaty = ???
28: Prove DRM Works - Eliminate the DMCA
27: Prosecutors Threaten Child Porn Legal Defender
27: Crawford on the INDUCE Act: Not With a Sledgehammer, But a Stiletto
27: Quote of the Day: Legal Programming Edition
27: PIRATE Act + INDUCE Act = ???
25: EFF's Mock INDUCE Act Lawsuit
24: The Obsessively Annotated Introduction to the INDUCE Act
23: Pro-DMCA Forces Strike Back
23: Happy Birthday Alan Turing!
23: Selling the Public Domain Short
23: Why the RIAA Should Continue to Sue Filesharers
23: Jarvis Decries Increased Indecency Fines; Other Media Silent
23: A Logical DRM Speedbumps Strategy
23: DRM and Darknets: A Response to Brad Hutchings
22: Potemkin Village - What Secrets DRM Encryption is Really Hiding
22: Michael Moore - Free Expression Hypocrite
22: Anti-DMCA Personal Technology Freedom Coalition to Launch
22: The Constitution According to Bush
22: Metaphors Gone Wild: On Pies, Ships, Regressive Taxes, DRM and Microsoft
21: Who is Bullying Who?
21: Blogging the Political Conventions
21: Froomkin on Supreme Court Cases to Watch
19: Volokh on the Future of Virtual Pr0n
18: Microsoft - Marketplace of Ideas Only for the US, Not Brazil
18: WSJ - Religious Insufficiently Patriotic Unless God Mentioned
15: True Patriots Recite the Preamble
11: Welcome Howard Stern Fans!
11: Valve Bullys Cybercafé
10: FCC "Responds" on Lack of Profanity in Clear Channel Consent Decree
10: Michael Powell's FCC Star Chamber
10: Where's the Profanity?
09: Re-Charter the FCC, Don't Abolish It
09: Broadcatching as Political Reform
09: Broadcatching Roundup - RSS v Syndication, RSS Radio and More
08: Kerry "Clarifies" His Straddle on Free Speech - Seeking "Middle Ground"
08: Mend the FCC, Don't Abolish It
08: BlogOn
04: Opponents of Cable Indecency Regulation
04: Attacking Violence on Television
03: Broadcatching, the Future of Television News and the Death of Chattering Monkeys
02: Significant Procedural Victory in Broadcast Flag Lawsuit
02: Organized Crime to Take Over Spam?
01: Media and Government Partnering for Emergencies - An Innovative Proposal
01: Microsoft Extends Software Support; Intuit Forces Obsolescence

May 2004
28: Who Says Videogames Aren't Political Speech?
28: Every PC a Server
28: They Fuck You Up, The F-C-C; They May Not Mean To But They Do
27: Advice for TiVo
27: Slate's Celebrity Playlist Article Misses Real Story
27: Marketing Media@Home
26: Execute Those Criminals in Steve Landsburg's Social Stratum
26: China Pushing Digital Set Top Boxes
26: FCC Indecency Crackdown Kills Live Shows at College Radio Station
26: Video Playlists
26: The Network Television
26: Violence is the New Profanity?
26: Broadcast Flag Quote of the Day
25: FCC Requests Comments on a la Carte Cable Subscriptions
25: Virtual Drugs in Virtual Worlds
24: Disney and the Pope in Agreement: Free Speech Too Dangerous
24: Is the FCC the Appropriate Agency to Regulate Speech?
21: Practical Memetics - The Science of Pornography Addiction and the First Amendment
17: Yet Another FCC Decision Regarding the Pulling Capacity of the Penis
17: Misleading DMCA Article
17: Public Profanity vs Broadcast Profanity
10: Attending E3
06: Cuz, You Know, They Said They Would Take Their Ball and Go Home
06: How to Heckle Veto the News
05: When is Indecency Regulation "Censorship"?
04: FCC Receives Numerous Complaints About Oprah Show
04: Darknet - The Blog, the Wiki, the Book

April 2004
30: F*cked by the F*CC
28: The Broadcast Flag vs. Indecency Enforcement
27: Crippled External Hard Drive for DVRs
23: A New Pentagon Papers Case - Newspapers, Blogs and the Diebold/Jones Day Memos
15: FCC: Notice of Inquiry: Broadcast Flag for Digital Radio
14: FCC's Latest Mancow Decision: Discrimination Due to Lack of Evidence
13: Howard Stern: Indecent But Not Profane
13: The FCC and Idiotic Idiot Box "Innovation"
12: Follow the (Political) Money - Use the Web
09: Steadicam for the Masses
08: Editing DVD Player on Sale Soon
07: The Broadcast Flag Treaty - Draft Available
06: Lynne Cheney, Feminist Hypocrite?
06: No Clever Name Comes to Mind for this RSS/BitTorrent/Broadcatching Roundup
06: Diagramming Indecent Language
05: A Fond Look Back at the Television Code of 1951
05: The Speech Powell Should Have Given on Indecency
01: FCC Commissioners - No Free Speech Please, We're Americans
01: Wal-Mart to Purchase Universal Music Group

March 2004
31: An Unenthusiastic Response to the Canadian Filesharing Decision
31: Alternative Compensation Systems and the Nielsens
31: Vignettes of Modern Life
29: RSS+BitTorrent in Action - Broadcatching Examples & Roundup
29: PIRATE Act - Wiretaps for Civil Copyright Infringement?
27: PIRATE Act Reveals Sen. Hatch as Strange Ally of Pornography Industry
26: TiVo's Quasi-New Extended Commercial Model
26: Divided 4th Circuit Invalidates Virginia's Internet Speech Regulation Statute
26: Newdow's Petard Paradox
24: Videogames Inspire Speedy Movie Zombies
24: RSS, BitTorrent, Broadcatching, Porn, Business Models, and Banned Music
23: Howard Stern Should Ask FCC: What is Profane?
23: RSSTV Emergency Broadcatching System
22: Broadcatching, RSS+BitTorrent Progress Report and Roundup
22: Outside the Creative Commons System
22: Minority Languages and Open Source
22: Copyfight - The Remix
19: FCC Revives Notion of the Profane
18: "True Name and Address" Bill for All Filesharers Introduced in Calif
18: Freedom of Speech as Distribution is a Good Thing
18: Broadcatching - The Good, the Bad, the Slashdot
17: Social Filesharing Networks Not So Social
17: Television's Pushme-Pullyu
17: Progress & Freedom Study is Anti-Progress
17: Security Know-Nothingism
16: RSS + BitTorrent Roundup - Broadcatching Isn't MS Active Channels
16: RIAA Monitoring BitTorrent?
15: RSS, BitTorrent and Broadcatching for Courts
15: Hey, Advertisers, Pay for My HDTV
15: Client-Side Remixing Conundrums
15: MP3 Player Dreams
15: A Race the FBI Can't Win: The Increasingly Asymmetric Costs of Wiretap Surveillance vs. Wiretap Avoidance
15: Republic.Press
13: Broadcatching Roundup
12: First Broadcatching App Available! (And Related News)
12: Ricin Patent Removed from PTO Database?
11: More Thoughts on EFF's Filesharing Plan
11: Library Surveillance in Garden Grove
11: Something's Gotta be Done About the Beatles
10: BitTorrent, RSS and Broadcatching, Catching On
10: Xerox PARC Founder George Pake (1924 - 2004)
10: Infoworld's RSS Tipping Point
10: Napster's New Music Delivery Service, Not So New, Not Efficient
10: FCC Indecency Rulings Politically Determined?
10: FCC Sued Over Broadcast Flag - Yay!
10: APEX's New Networked DVD Player
10: Why the ala Carte Music Model is Doomed
10: Dangermouse, the Jay-Z Construction Set and the Videogame Content Creation Model
10: Sen. Hollings Opposes Television/Flag Violence
09: Telecomm Regulation Encourages Media Consolidation
09: Information Cannot Be 0wn3d
09: Intel on the "Server in the Closet"
09: Technology Advances for "Server in the Closet"
09: Victory for EFF Creates Problems for EFF's Filesharing Solution
09: E Ink E Book Reader Soon
08: Klingon is Copyrighted
08: Berkman Center Should Talk to Shorenstein Center About DMCA
08: RSS + BitTorrent Announcement Soon?
06: Broadcatching - The Early Days
05: VoIP Hits Retail - Walmart Next?
05: If Marriage is for the Children, We Must Allow Gay Marriage
04: New Hacking Blog
04: Derek Slater Reports on Digital Music Forum
04: Employers Ripe for Filesharing Solution?
04: Court Using Linux Hears Lawsuit Claiming Linux Infringes Copyright
03: Audible Magic's Sleight of Hand
03: Avi Rubin's Day as an Election Judge
03: Broadcatching - Not Broadcasting
03: Happy 100th Birthday Dr. Seuss
02: Senator Advocates "Council of Decency"
02: BitTorrent + RSS = The New Broadcast
02: Lazy Database Protectors
02: Volokh's Amendment
01: Lessig on Eldred
01: Confusing DMCA "Database" Decision Not About Databases

February 2004
29: The Miller Marriage Amendment
28: A History Palette for Music
28: End of an Era
27: DeCSS Injunction Lifted in Trade Secrets Case
27: What Part of the First Amendment Don't You Understand?
27: Program My TiVo!
27: DMCA Decision on Databases
27: The Internet's Ragnarok?
27: The Anti-Miscegenation Amendment
26: Machinima and Games in Law School
26: Thoughts on the EFF P2P Solution White Paper
26: What is Marriage?
25: The "Moderate" Position on Gay Marriage
25: Why the FMA Would Be the Death of Marriage
24: Grey Tuesday
24: Constitutional Obedience in SF
19: Do Not Be Alarmed Citizen - The Computer is Your Friend
18: Speed Bumps on Your Car
18: Miller on Bernstein on Balkin on Free Speech
17: The Grey Album - No Copying Necessary
13: WIPO Honors Its Own - Valenti Gets Medal
13: Good News - MS Windows Source Code Leaked
12: DRM Dystopias on Parade
12: Extending the Broadcast Flag
12: Jim Griffin on the Future of Filesharing
11: RSS for TV, Music
11: I Have No Rights And I Must Scream
11: Collapsing Release Windows for Movies and DVDs
11: The Inefficiencies of Broadcast Television
09: New MS Windows! Now with less functionality!
09: P2P and Pornography: Cheap is More Convenient
07: Parody of a Parody
06: P2P Industry Association is Not Your Friend
05: Time for a Public Project Ocean
04: DRM - False Privacy Savior
03: Issue Ads and Responsibility
03: Janet, Justin and Michael Powell
02: CyberCafe Ordinance Decision - First Amendment Victory - Privacy Defeat

January 2004
27: Balkin on Sunstein, Blogging and Democracy
21: Comment Spam
21: Mix CD Starting Kit
21: To Save Copyright We Must Reform It
17: Pavolvich Free to Post DeCSS (Until Sued by MPAA, Anyway)
17: Fair Use, Free Use and Normal Use
16: Dress Warm in North Miami
16: Why Not Run Your Own Game Server?
16: A Brief Response to Susan Crawford
15: Book Publishing in Every School and Library
15: Hollywood Admits Third Screener Online
15: HP's Corporate Schizophrenia
14: Sen. Coleman to Convene P2P Summit
14: Advertising Keywords, Netscape, Playboy and Initial Interest Confusion
14: Twenty-one Oscar Screeners on the Internet?
14: Bad Boys, Bad Boys, Watcha Gonna Do?
14: Another Screener on the Internet
13: Mod-Chipping Legal in Italy
13: DRM as Protectionism
13: Aimster Fails to Get Supreme Court Cert
13: Makers of Copy Protected CDs Engaged in Piracy
13: A Beam in Hollywood's Eye
09: HP Goes Off the Rails
08: Solum the First Amendment, Copyright and Originalism
08: Neat Devices with Terrible Names - 2004 Edition

December 2003
19: Verizon Wins Against DMCA Subpoenas
18: Napsterization: The Blog, Debuts
18: OpenOffice in More Government Shops
12: Fight the Broadcast Flag - Give TiVos as Holiday Presents This Year
11: Porn, Compulsories and Filtering
10: Technology Continues to Challenge Legal Regimes
10: Felten's Challenge on Compulsory Monitoring Schemes
01: 60 Million Moral Exemplars
01: C|Net News Speaks Out Against Open Access

November 2003
20: Hollywood == Tobacco Industry?
20: Slater Wins One @ Harvard
20: Pop-up Ad Firm WhenU.com Beats Preliminary Injunction Sought by Wells Fargo
20: iRATE Radio
20: Federal Courts Adopt Linux Backend
20: It's All About the Distribution, Stupid
20: It's Freedom of the Press, Stupid
19: ICANN Troubles
19: Forgotten Father of the World Wide Web
19: Miller to Deep: What Derek Said
19: Get 'Em While They're Legal
19: Kucinich Posts Diebold's E-Voting Memos
19: The End of the Beginning: The Death of MP3.com
19: Congratulations to Frank Field!
19: FCC Inconsistency on HDTV
18: Free Mickey: 75 Years of Indentured Servitude
18: Rep. Lofgren Castigates FCC over Broadcast Flag
18: Bundling Music with Cars
17: Joke Isn't That Funny
15: Second Life and Machinima
15: America's Army for Xbox?
14: Games as Speech
14: Blogging the State of Play
14: Century 21: Property, IP and Creativity in the Virtual World
14: Email Access and Me
14: New IP Rules for Second Life
12: TV Producers Take Heart - TiVo Addiction
12: Wash Post Confused by DMCA
11: 321 Studios to Support EFF
11: Search Engine Ad Control
11: Merriam-Webster Responds to McJob Controversy
11: Phone Number Portability for All Ordered by FCC
11: McWimps - Merriam-Webster Caving to McDonalds Threats
10: Slater on Napster at PSU - Round 2
10: TiVo w/DVD Burner Rocks
10: LA Times Analyzes MPAA's New Sue-Em-All Strategy
10: Sony Video iPod a Reality
10: Semper Fi - Happy 228th Marines!
10: Sony's CD DRM Makes a Comeback
10: Printed Porn Dying - Publishers Blame Old Models, Not Piracy
10: Fish Poachers and Digestible RFID
10: Slater's Civil Disobedience in the Harvard Crimson
10: FREADOM
09: America's Army 2.0 Released
09: NY Times Looks at Diebold
09: Madster Seeks Supreme Court Cert
09: Wash Post Columnist Rips Broadcast Flag
08: WW2 Metaphors for the Future of Telecom
08: McTrademark Follies
08: Linux Desktop in the Workplace
07: Motion Picture Studio Chiefs Want MPAA to Adopt Anti-File-Sharing Litigation Strategy
07: Copyright Scholar Ray Patterson has Passed Away
07: Proprietary Content a Deadend for WiFi Networks
07: The Grinch Who Stole Linux
07: Fight the Broadcast Flag! Use Spread Spectrum!
07: Desperate Music Industry Mergers
07: Notes on Napster's Matriculation at Penn State
07: Who is John Simpson? Journalism, Lawyers and Blogging
06: W3C Working Draft on Anti-Robot Tests
06: The Problem with Incompatible DRM
06: Advances in Portable Hard Drive Tech
06: Linux Boxes via Amazon only $199
06: The Television Tax - aka Broadcast Flag
06: Neat New Tool to Be Affected by Broadcast Flag
06: The iTunes Catalog is Cool
06: Longhorn and the Server in the Closet
05: Broadcast Flag's Impacts Felt Beyond Television
05: The FCC - Stupid or Dissimulators?
05: Peer to Peer a Boon to Child Porn Investigations
05: Broadcast Flag Loophole Watch - Manufacture for Export
04: FCC Mandates Broadcast Flag
04: Abusing Trademark to Control Searching
04: Beastie Boys Sampling Not Infringement
04: Siva Tracking Latest E-Vote News
04: Harvard's Unjust Application of the DMCA
04: EFF, Stanford Support Diebold Countersuit
04: Advertising Effectiveness and Media
03: Introducing Beloved Comrade Palladium

October 2003
31: An E-Voting Machine Goes "Boo!"
31: Independent Creation, the "Halloween" Mask and Classic Movie Makeup
31: Pumpkin Carving DRM
31: Knott's Pirates Offer a Solution to File Sharing
31: Happy Halloween, Nosferatu (No Thanks to Copyright)
30: The Future of Voicemail
30: Microsoft Overtures to Google
30: RIAA Now a Proponent of Rating and Filtering
29: Civil Disobedience to Diebold Moves onto P2P Networks
29: DMCA Exemption Rulemaking to be Challenged
29: Would We Still Have Libraries?
29: Props for Jack Valenti
29: Diebold Protest Growing
29: Blogger Fired for Security Violation
28: Diebold Countering Civil Disobedience with More Notice-and-Takedown Letters
28: Swarthmore's Professor Burke on the Diebold/Swarthmore Scandal
28: Ancillary Works on DVD DMCA Exemption Denied
28: Videogames Big in Baghdad
28: Fictional Quebecker Terrorists Out of Bounds
28: Google Investigating Book Search Feature
28: TiVo is Officially an Endangered Species?
28: Broadcast Flag Update - Some Success for Consumer Rights Groups
28: Volokh on Blogging and Libel
28: Consumer Electronics, Linux and the Broadcast Flag
28: This is not the Link You're Looking For
28: FCC Comments on Regulating Internet Explained
28: The VoIP Regulatory Debate Revealed
28: Next Gen DVD - Now Even Less Useful!
27: Copy Protection Robs the Future Deja Vu
27: You Want WiFi With Your Fries?
27: Microsoft to Apple: Vae Victis!
27: Diebold Filing False Notice-and-Takedown Claims?
27: Billions and Billions ... of Addresses
27: FCC to Regulate Whole Internet?
27: Fire Rages - Hundreds of Thousands Left Without Gov't
27: Microsoft DRM - Headaches to Come?
27: The Chronicle on the Swarthmore Controversy
27: DRM Companies Fund Felten's Attacks on DRM
27: Poor Traffic Light Engineering Practices
27: China to Regulate and Standardize "Troublesome" CyberCafes
27: Copyright Law Creates Analog Resurgence?
27: Swarthmore Civil Disobedience Campaign Growing
27: FCC to Regulate Routers - Critics of Broadcast Flag Get Mainstream Press
27: Alternate Reality Visions of the Computing Future from Microsoft
27: LAMP, MIT and Unintended Consequences
26: Politically Significant Trademarks in China
26: Symposium on Wearable Computers Highlights
26: Weather Report - Partly Smoky, Slight Chance of Ash Showers
26: Tauzin's MPAA a Lesser Threat
25: Electronic Civil Disobedience Spreads - Students from 8 Universities Participate
25: Finkelstein to Swarthmore - Don't Give in to Chilling Effects
25: Valenti Out - Tauzin In?
25: GPS Metadata and JPGS
25: GAO - Capitalism Good for Cable Companies
25: Another NY Times v Tasini? Amazon's Book Search Hits a Snag
25: California's Recommendations to Businesses on Privacy and Security
25: Defense Dept. Gung-Ho for RFID
24: Reimerdes and Linking Re: Swarthmore
24: California VoIP Regulation Update
24: The Birth of SAMBA
24: One Way Convergence "Loop" in NY Times
24: Your Friendly Neighborhood Electric IP Company
24: Cyber-Fatwa Against Hosting Matters?
24: These Facts © Major League Baseball 2003
23: Swarthmore Crackdown on Protesting Students Reaches New Low
23: The Fragility of Data
23: Looking into the Connected Future
23: Airline Security: Ineffectual As Usual
23: Free WiFi Makes Good Business Sense
23: VoIP Update - Int'l Regs, McLaughlin, Wash Post Summary
23: Swarthmore Actively Opposes E-Civil Disobedience Campaign
23: Microsoft Haters - MS Wants to Hear From You
22: Nittany Newspaper Nonplussed by File Sharing
22: Fucking-A: The Mainstreaming of an Expletive
22: Gator to World: Stop Calling Us Spyware or We'll Sue
22: Georgia (Telephones) On My Mind
22: Thanks for the Memories
22: Keep a Close Watch on Ex-Servicemen
22: FCC Heading Down Wrong Path on VoIP Regulation?
22: (Electronic) Civil Disobedience at Swarthmore
22: Camera Phone Backlash
22: Fly the Privacy Friendly Skies
22: Dell, Convergence and the Broadcast Flag
21: 1) Respond to Nonexistent Threat; 2) ... ; 3) Profit!
21: CDT's Broadcast Flag Report
21: FCC Foolishness on the Broadcast Flag
21: Dear Public Television - Thanks For Nothing!
21: Open Source Migration Guidelines from the EU
21: Schizophrenic Reporting from the Guardian
21: Announcing Gnomoradio
21: The Vonage Discussion Continues
21: Rep. DeGette Doesn't Get It
21: Victoria's Not-So-Secret
21: First Drugs, Now Textbooks - Parallel Import Trade Taking Off
20: Geist on Copyright Law Through Treaty
20: Copyright Liability Insurance: A Response to Dan Fingerman
20: Some Broadcast Flags are Better than Others (But None is Best of All)
20: IP Justice on IP in the Free Trade Area of the Americas Treaty
20: Miami Vice Just Won't Be the Same
20: Future of Digital TV Threatened By More Than Broadcast Flag
20: Copyright Liability Insurance for File-Sharers: An Idea Whose Time Has Not Come
19: Two Thumbs Up for the "Piracy Meter"
19: Endgames: Waco Resurrection Debuts
19: Yang Liwei © 2003 CNSA All Rights Reserved
19: RIAA Thrown Into Briar Patch
18: Telecomm Regulation Madness and Vonage
17: Dynamo - Social File Sharing in Public Spaces
17: Original Gummy Fish Not So Original
17: Microsoft on iTunes for Windows
17: Requiem for BountyQuest
17: Disbarring for Downloads
16: Nokia's All Seeing Eye(s)
16: Confusing P2P Pornography Arguments
16: House Adopts Microsoft Software "Solution"
16: The Public/Private Distinction in Gaming Servers
16: Famous Crypto Case Ends With Whimper, Not Bang
16: Broadcast Flag Rule by the End of the Month
15: TechTV to Violate DMCA?
15: SunnComm Brouhaha Continues
15: How the Future of File-Sharing Might Be Like Sex
15: Ethics and the BSA ... Inherently in Conflict?


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