Categories: copyright, DRM, p2p, SCO

Paul Duguid and Andrew Keen Debate

blogging, copyright, berkeley, photos, friends, research, podcasts, education, iSchool, wikipedia
Today, the [UC Berkeley][ucb] [School of Information] hosted, as part of its distinguished lecture series, a debate between [Andrew Keen] and [Paul Duguid], moderated by [Geoff Nunberg] (the event was co-sponsored by the [Berkeley Center for New Media],… more »

Carl Malamud, "(Re-)Defining the Public Domain"

system, elections, copyright, open source, patents, berkeley, photos, research, policy, usability, legal, podcasts, education
[Carl Malamud] gave today's [Distinguished Lecture] at the [UC Berkeley School of Information] entitled, "(Re-)Defining the Public Domain". Audio of the event is [here][1] and some pictures are [here][2]. It was a fascinating talk -- almost a perf… more »

Richard Stallman Speaks at the iSchool

copyright, open source, patents, berkeley, photos, p2p, policy, DRM, legal, podcasts, iSchool
Richard Stallman gave the first [UC Berkeley School of Information distinguished lecture](http://www.ischool.berkeley.edu/about/events/dls) of the year today on "Copyright vs Community in the Age of Computer Networks". Here's the abstract: > Copyrig… more »

HR811 Does Not Require Source Code Disclosure

elections, reform, standards, copyright, news, secrecy, politics, problems, friends, research, policy, legal
Many people seem to erroneously think that [HR811] requires the disclosure of voting system source code. For example, in a recent press alert, Doug Lewis of [The Election Center] says: > The provision that covers source code is giving a blueprint fo… more »

A Window into the Hart Document Review of the California TTBR

elections, certification/testing, reform, vendors, standards, copyright, hacks, news, secrecy, privacy, berkeley, research, policy, usability, legal
Well, it has been more than 45 days since we submitted our document review report on the Hart System 6.2.1 to the California Secretary of State under the Top-To-Bottom Review (TTBR). According to [our contract] (see page 10): > No Principal Investig… more »
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