EFF Sides With Goliath (again) in Opposition to CASE Act

Now that the bill creating a small claim provision for independent authors of works is making progress in Congress, EFF has pivoted to its standard […]

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NYT tech editor Jeong sticking copyright criticism where it doesn’t belong.

Holy whiplash segues, Batman.  There I was reading a perfectly interesting article by Sarah Jeong on the potential hazards of selling one’s personal data, when […]

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Really, Cory? Then how the hell did we get to now?

“One of the reasons Hamilton found the word democracy so offensive was because he realized that the vast majority of American citizens had not the dimmest […]

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Petitioner Asks SCOTUS to Hear ReDigi Case

A new business called OmniQ has filed an amicus brief urging the Supreme Court to grant cert in ReDegi v. Capitol Records, alleging that the Second […]

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Flipping the Narrative on the Effects of Social Media

Many years ago while still in college, I was on the train to New York City—a beautiful ride along the eastern banks of the Hudson […]

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