Kim Dotcom wins major legal milestone in New Zealand – judge rules the police warrants used to seize hard drives were not legally valid.
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As copyright becomes more and more of a hot-button issue on the Web, inevitably more and more authors are releasing books on the topic. The notable books (and controversial) books on the topic released in the past few years have included Digital Barbarism: A Writer’s Manifesto by Mark Helprin, The Cult of the Amateur: How [...]
Based on the (thankfully) limited time I have spent in and around prison, there is a clearly defined pecking order amongst inmates, with child molesters occupying the nadir and (failed) bank robbers at the zenith. Illegal immigrants and petty crooks generally fall comfortably in the middle. But I wonder where someone being sent to prison [...]
Those who argue for balanced copyright policies are often characterized as anti-copyright. Yet in my research I’ve seen at least two examples that suggest that the characterization (which I would prefer not be used at all) might be appropriately applied to the collectives, at least with respect to how the Supreme Court of Canada interprets copyright. [...]
Unless you’re from Mars, a distinct possibility since it’s so close, you’ve probably heard about Judge Moore. Regardless of where your beliefs stand, here are some additional observations to consider. Tuesday’s Los Angeles Daily Journal (you may need a subscription to view) featured an article that a statue of Moses, holding the ten commandments, is immediately above the [...]