Google Supports Child Slavery with Anti-SESTA Campaign?

That would be an incendiary claim, wouldn’t it? But let’s be honest. If a different industry (say the motion picture industry) were opposing the anti-trafficking […]

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Turkewitz: What to Make of “Unearthed” EU Piracy Study

Everybody loves a scandal, even though sometimes where there’s smoke there’s just more smoke.  German politician Julia Reda (MEP), the sole member of the Pirate […]

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Everything Online Cannot Be Speech:  The Equustek Story

Suppose you invent something.  A box that makes bitter vegetables taste like candy so kids will eat them. You call it KandyKale.  Then, along comes […]

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Internet Association Wants to Encode Safe Harbors in New NAFTA

As debate over renegotiating NAFTA heats up, the copyright interests will be duking it out with the internet industry over the inclusion, or not, of […]

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KinderGuides & Copyright:  A Tale of Wishful Thinking

An important and instructive decision was handed down this week by New York District Court in the KinderGuides case. KinderGuides is a series of children’s […]

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