Don’t Mourn for the Memes Just Yet

Over the weekend, a photograph taken by Jesco Denzel went mega-viral. Ultra-viral? Really really viral? Whatever. It killed. You must have seen it. It depicts […]

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Cake Fight: SCOTUS Decision in Masterpiece Does Not Turn on Expression

Because I opened my big maw in December when the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, I feel […]

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Recap Post — Too Much Going On!

Here’s an overview of stories to watch, including some I’ll be posting about soon: Senator Wyden Pitching ACCESS to Recordings Act In a post on […]

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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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