Monthly Archives: April 2012

Kinder, Gentler Illegal Download Prevention?

Before SOPA and PIPPA’s fifteen minutes of fame, the Center for Copyright Information (CCI) was formed last September as an experiment in cooperation between content provider representatives and internet service providers. If it had been fully functional last winter, there might have been … Continue reading

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Toward a Copyright Unified Field Theory–Part 1

A cluster of recent litigation reports leaves me more discouraged than ever by the lack of agreement about the purpose of federal copyright law. We need a reset, and the adversarial process isn’t producing it. Maybe the only hope is academics who aren’t hired by one … Continue reading

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