Should Bot Disclosure Be Required by Law?

Recently, California legislators introduced the B.O.T. Act of 2018, which, as the Electronic Frontier Foundation summarizes, “would make it unlawful for any person to use […]

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Is the ACCESS Bill Mean-Spirited or Ill-Advised?

Last week, Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) suddenly—and I do mean suddenly—introduced a bill in the Senate that many of the usual copyright-haters are applauding as […]

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Trump’s Blocking Twitter Followers Unconstitutional Says Court

On Wednesday, a federal court for the Southern District of New York held that President Trump violated the First Amendment when he and his Social […]

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Jeers of a Clone: Doctorow Lies About the CLASSICS Act

If Cory Doctorow writes an article about copyright, “it’s only there trying to fool the public.” For instance, his recent missive about the CLASSICS Act […]

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National Review Says ALI Oversteps in Areas Other Than Copyright

What is the difference between standing on legal principle and engaging in legal activism? The wry answer, of course, is that the attorney, scholar or […]

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