Recent IOM Posts

So Much Section 230 Noise, So Little Time to Waste

Just a few years ago, it would have been damn hard to find a random citizen who had even heard of Section 230 of the […]

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NYTimes Reports: Propaganda Mills Have Replaced Local News

“You provide the prose poems. I’ll provide the war.” – Charles Foster Kane, Citizen Kane You are probably familiar with “advertorials,” the relatively benign mash-ups […]

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American Entrepreneurs Trampled by Politics in Antitrust Hearings

In a post published in August 2019, I discussed the fact that online IP enforcement is not just about the people we think of as […]

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DMCA Review Should Be About Copyright, No?

On September 30, the House Judiciary Committee held a hearing to discuss the Copyright Office report, published in May, commenting on the efficacy of Section […]

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Google v. Oracle X: The Tao of Google

While reading a few other articles about this case, articles written by actual legal experts, I was reminded that Google v. Oracle, despite its epic […]

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