Is Google Buying Policy Through Academia?

Image by nicholashan This week, the Wall Street Journal reports that Google has been funding academic research papers worldwide and, unsurprisingly, the conclusions in these papers […]

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A Lot of Noise on Spotify

When Napster appeared in 1999, it was a bit of a perfect storm situation for fans to rationalize music piracy.  Granted, people would have used […]

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America is a Creative Expression

Image by miflippo This past July 4th, NPR posted the Declaration of Independence in a series of 113 consecutive tweets; and in response, a number of […]

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Turkewitz: Why Equustek Decision is Good for Freedom

Neil Turkewitz, Senior Policy Counsel at the International Center for Law & Economics asserts that critics of the Canadian Supreme Court decision in Equustek v […]

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Castle: Mass NOI Loophole Still Being Exploited

Attorney and blogger Chris Castle continues his reporting on major players like Amazon “innovating” the hell out of a loophole in Section 115 of the […]

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