Copyfight, by Donna Wentworth
Copyfight--the Expanded Edition
Big news, all.
After mulling it over for a few months, I've decided to make Copyfight a group-authored weblog--and it debuts today. Copyfight has no
FCC Moves to Regulate Hate Speech?
Ernest Miller has (yet) another must-read today--a lengthy analysis of the FCC decision (PDF) on the Bono/Golden Globes "f-word" incident (see the FCC
Trump Now in the IP Biz
Donald Trump is seeking ownership of a brand new property. Nope, not another skyscraper/casino. He wants the catchphrase from his new hit show, The Ap
Ernest on CA Anti-Piracy Bills
A marvelously thorough smackdown of the two terribly misquided anti-"piracy" bills introduced before the California legislature. The bills would requ
Score One for the Public Domain
Kudos to the talented group of freedom fighters @ Stanford's Center for Internet and Society for scoring this important victory in the ongoing Golan v
Help a Library Win a Copyfight
[This post title pilfered directly from BoingBoing's open pockets. Or did Cory steal it from me? Dang. This IP stuff is so confusing.]
Where It's At
As Derek Slater says, So many links, not enough time.
For those similarly time-pressed, here's terrific one-stop shopping for debate over EFF's whi
EFF Joins Suit to Stop Broadcast Flag
Fred von Lohmann in an EFF media release about the new lawsuit to stop the broadcast flag: "The FCC's digital broadcast television mandate is a step i
Victory for Fair Use--Priceless
Jason Schultz: "Back in 2000, Ralph Nader ran a bunch of ads critiquing the corporate interests behind the Bush and Gore campaigns. To make his point,
Food for Thought
From Brother Ernest: Victory for EFF Creates Problems for EFF's Filesharing Solution.
Notable + Quotable
Michael Geist, proposing that Canada take the lead in using blanket licenses to resolve the conflict over peer-to-peer systems (hyperlink, mine): "Unl