Category: p2p

Pam Samuelson: "Did MGM Really Win the Grokster Case?"

copyright, open source, SIMS, berkeley, p2p, policy, legal
##### (Full disclosure: Pam is my adviser) Via the [RSS feed] of [Pam Samuelson]'s *[Papers]* page comes her forthcoming (Oct. 2005) article for [CACM]'s Legally Speaking column: *"[Did MGM Really Win the Grokster Case?]"*. Here's the take-away and… more »

No p2p setbacks in Taiwan...

music, copyright, SIMS, p2p, policy, legal
Courtesy of [Doug](http://tygar.blogspot.com/2005/07/taipei-times-ezpeer-found-not-guilty.html): > ### [Ezpeer found not guilty in landmark copyright verdict][1] [1]: http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/front/archives/2005/07/01/2003261705 > #####… more »

Mary on what to do in an era of Grokster...

blogging, copyright, SIMS, p2p, friends, policy, legal
[Mary] makes a pointed observation (*["The 5-8 Year Problem: Asking the Ocean To Turn Back Won't Work With Digital Media Tides"](http://napsterization.org/stories/archives/000480.html)*): [Mary]: http://napsterization.org/ > Chatting with Jason Sc… more »

Design communications that leave no trace?

copyright, hacks, open source, chilling effects, p2p, policy, legal
(I'm so chatty lately... sorry...) While reading a post of Ernie Miller's on the interesting issues posed to open source by the Grokster decision (*"[Grokster and Open Source: Will Open Source Force the Court to Confront Sony?][1]"*), I realized wha… more »

Crappy NYT editorial on Grokster...

copyright, wtf?, p2p, policy, legal
Take a look at this piece of shit of an editorial... I grow farther from the NYT every day (*"[Stands Strongly Against Theft on the Internet ...](http://www.nytimes.com/2005/06/28/opinion/28tue2.html)"*): > In another landmark decision, the Supreme C… more »
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