Digital Rights Activists & the TPP

If the TPP is secret, how accurate are its biggest critics? I can’t claim expertise (or even substantial knowledge) on the subject of international trade, […]

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Music Creators Seek Reform of Consent Decree

In his recent testimony before congress, songwriter and president of ASCAP Paul Williams remarked that it was astonishing to realize that he and fellow witness, […]

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Fresh Scholarship on Copyright

For quite some time, too long perhaps, a considerable amount of academic scholarship has trended toward focus on copyright’s negative effects, or at least doubt […]

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Lighten up, Derek Khanna

A legal cub named Derek Khanna, rather than finishing his law degree and taking the bar exam, has been steadily transforming himself into something of […]

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LA Times editorial addresses outdated DMCA

The 1998 Digital Millennium Copyright Act is obsolete, and everybody knows it.  The DMCA was the topic in the House Judiciary Committee hearings on copyright […]

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