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Here we'll explore the nexus of legal rulings, Capitol Hill policy-making, technical standards development, and technological innovation that creates -- and will recreate -- the networked world as we know it. Among the topics we'll touch on: intellectual property conflicts, technical architecture and innovation, the evolution of copyright, private vs. public interests in Net policy-making, lobbying and the law, and more.

Disclaimer: the opinions expressed in this weblog are those of the authors and not of their respective institutions.

What Does "Copyfight" Mean?

Copyfight, the Solo Years: April 2002-March 2004

a Typical Joe
Academic Copyright
Jack Balkin
John Perry Barlow
Blogbook IP
David Bollier
James Boyle
Robert Boynton
Brad Ideas
Ren Bucholz
Cabalamat: Digital Rights
Cinema Minima
Consensus @ Lawyerpoint
Copyfighter's Musings
Copyright Readings
CopyrightWatch Canada
Susan Crawford
Walt Crawford
Creative Commons
Cruelty to Analog
Culture Cat
Deep Links
Derivative Work
Julian Dibbell
Digital Copyright Canada
Displacement of Concepts
Downhill Battle
Exploded Library
Bret Fausett
Edward Felten - Freedom to Tinker
Edward Felten - Dashlog
Frank Field
Seth Finkelstein
Brian Flemming
Frankston, Reed
Free Culture
Free Range Librarian
Michael Froomkin
Michael Geist
Michael Geist's BNA News
Dan Gillmor
Mike Godwin
Joe Gratz
James Grimmelmann
Groklaw News
Matt Haughey
Erik J. Heels
Induce Act blog
Inter Alia
IP & Social Justice
IPac blog
Joi Ito
Jon Johansen
JD Lasica
Legal Theory Blog
Lenz Blog
Larry Lessig
Jessica Litman
James Love
Alex Macgillivray
Madisonian Theory
Maison Bisson
Kevin Marks
Tim Marman
Matt Rolls a Hoover
Mary Minow
Declan McCullagh
Eben Moglen
Dan Moniz
Danny O'Brien
Open Access
Open Codex
John Palfrey
Chris Palmer
Promote the Progress
PK News
PVR Blog
Eric Raymond
Joseph Reagle
Recording Industry vs. the People
Lisa Rein
Thomas Roessler
Seth Schoen
Doc Searls
Seb's Open Research
Shifted Librarian
Doug Simpson
Stay Free! Daily
Sarah Stirland
Swarthmore Coalition
Tech Law Advisor
Technology Liberation Front
Siva Vaidhyanathan
Vertical Hold
Kim Weatherall
David Weinberger
Matthew Yglesias

Timothy Armstrong
Bag and Baggage
Charles Bailey
Beltway Blogroll
Between Lawyers
Blawg Channel
Chief Blogging Officer
Drew Clark
Chris Cohen
Crooked Timber
Daily Whirl
Dead Parrots Society
Delaware Law Office
J. Bradford DeLong
Betsy Devine
Ben Edelman
Ernie the Attorney
How Appealing
Industry Standard
IP Democracy
IP Watch
Dennis Kennedy
Rick Klau
Wendy Koslow
Elizabeth L. Lawley
Jerry Lawson
Legal Reader
Likelihood of Confusion
Chris Locke
Derek Lowe
MIT Tech Review
Paper Chase
Frank Paynter
Scott Rosenberg
Scrivener's Error
Jeneane Sessum
Silent Lucidity
Smart Mobs
Trademark Blog
Eugene Volokh
Kevin Werbach

Berkman @ Harvard
Chilling Effects
CIS @ Stanford
Copyright Reform
Creative Commons
Global Internet Proj.
Info Commons
IP Justice
ISP @ Yale
NY for Fair Use
Open Content
Public Knowledge
Shidler Center @ UW
Tech Center @ GMU
U. Maine Tech Law Center
US Copyright Office
US Dept. of Justice
US Patent Office


Date Index
October 2015
09: NASA Bulking Up Public Domain
03: Un/Fair Use Event at CfA New York

September 2015
25: Happy Not-Copyrighted Birthday
25: Sorry About That
09: What Kind of Listener Are You?
09: Sherlock Holmes as Classical Fairytale
03: Trademark Law Includes False Endorsement
03: Kickstarter Math
02: IP Without Scarcity
02: Crash Patents
01: Why Create?

August 2015
31: Facebook Admits it Might Have a Video Piracy Problem
23: A Natural Superfood, and Intellectual Property
21: WoWftVoE
18: Whatever You Write, Sell It
05: Open the Music Industry's Black Box

July 2015
24: Music and the Creative Groove
21: What If You Made a Record, But Nobody Knew?
20: If It's Not One Clause It's Another
13: At the End of this Hypothetical Day I Might Be Destroyed
10: Belgian Court Acquits Pirate Bay Founders

June 2015
29: Sometimes Saying Nothing is Saying Something
24: Europeans Make Really Stupid Copyright Decisions, Too
23: Dogs Now Fight in Slightly Cleaner Pit (Thanks, Amazon)
23: Future of Music Summit 2015 this October
23: Licensing Doesn't Outlive Patents
19: General Song Similarity Enough in the 4th
17: Avoiding the Simple Binary
10: Stupid Lawyer Tricks, Streisand Effect Edition
09: Did You Think Apple v Samsung Was Over?
09: Find Me Nine Less-Qualified People
08: Who Owns the Software in Your Car?
02: Yes, Virginia, People Are Still Ignorant
01: Is "The Lego Movie" Anti-Copyright?

May 2015
28: Yes, Virginia, Big Book Deals Do Exist
26: CAFC Yer Still Doin' It Wrong
26: Hi, I Still Exist

April 2015
07: Inventing a Genre
07: 3C is Fair Parody

March 2015
26: How's that Kindle Daily Deal Working Out for You?
19: Patreon Buys Subbable
08: Intellectual Property is in Everything
06: Who Made That Music?
04: This is More Like Going Steady

February 2015
27: Counting E-Book Sales is a Dark Art
24: Or You Could Double Down on Being an Idiot
19: Results Not Typical
18: What Do You Do When You Discover You're a Copyright Thief?
13: A Difference between Content and Carrier

January 2015
30: Nintendo Rolls Out Terrible Deal for YouTubers
20: SCOTUS vs CAFC, Round N+1
12: That Thudding Sound You Heard
07: A Smaller Piece of a Much Bigger Market
06: Jim Hines' Writing Income
02: Cory Doctorow Would Like You to Know About Downpour

December 2014
29: Too Many Words, Not Enough Readers
17: Yeah, No Thanks Toast & Butter
06: Apple I Reaches CAFC
02: Macmillan Pretends It Can Plug Analog Hole

November 2014
25: Pomplamoose is Still Making It
20: Why Make the Secondary Market?
19: Lexi Alexander vs the Copyright Cartel
13: Digital Homicide Studio v Fair Use
11: The Art of Asking for "The Art of Asking"
10: Two Copyright-in-Gaming
04: Molly Crabapple's 14 Rules
02: Should Copyfight Publish Stories to Benefit Charity?

October 2014
31: Eleventh Upholds Case-by-Case Infringement Review Concept
28: Everything You Need to Know About Doing a Kickstarter
27: Is Patent Valuation a Leading Indicator of Trolls' Demise?
23: Free Music in a Capitalist Society
20: Art & Law in Chicago
18: Compare and Contrast Approaches to the DMCA
17: CBS to HBO: Wait for Us!
16: Sometime Next Year, HBO Will Become Netflix
16: OpenMedia vs the TPP
15: CopyrightX 2015 (online course) Now Open
14: College Students vs Rising Textbook Prices
14: "Amazon is crowdsourcing their slush pile"
12: Rule 84 and Patent Trolls
11: Sports Continue to Tiptoe Away from Cable Monopolies
11: Google Asks for Supreme Court Review
09: Yep, DRM Sucks and is used for Bad Things
08: Making Money from Art is Professional (in the US)

September 2014
15: Does Book Touring Still Matter?
15: Music Business for 21st Century Independent Artists
13: Net Neutrality? Still Could Be Kept
09: Hey, Look, E-Books Still Suck

August 2014
25: Makers, Fan Art, Making it Pay
22: IP Analogy to Physical Property (in Architecture)
16: That Sound You Hear is the Anti-Neutrality Dam Breaking
11: Having (Mostly) Failed with Authors, Amazon Makes a Pitch for the Readers
07: And No Kill Switches, Either
05: Uncle Amazon Knows What's Best for You (and Itself)
01: Duplitecture

July 2014
30: Muddying the Natural (Patent) Waters
25: Congress Restores Bulk Unlock Rights
25: When is a Game a Clone?
22: Subscription Services for Books
21: Lest You Had Any Doubts, the ALA is on the Right Side Again
18: Deadly Effects of Unaffordable Medicines (TPP)
15: Planet Money on the Case Against Patents
15: FMC + Musicians vs FCC on Net Neutrality
08: Be the Potato Salad
07: These Businesses and Corporations are Not Your Friends

June 2014
25: Aereo Loses
21: When Politics and Copyright Collide
20: Generic Functions, Patentable Functions
20: Judge Posner Solves a Mystery
20: GIFs, Authorship, and Copyright
19: CAFC Wins, Alice Loses
18: USPTO Cancels "Redskins" Trademarks
17: YouTube's a Monopsony, In Case You Hadn't Noticed
16: You Keep Using That Phrase
15: You Keep Using That Word
14: Rader Resigns, But Don't Cry
09: One "Digital Native"s View on Getting Paid
07: Interesting Views on Two Ongoing Stories
04: GoGo Interfictions
03: EFF Making Mountains out of (CAFC) Molehills
03: If the CAFC Isn't Listening, Maybe Other Judges Are
02: More CAFC Volleyball
01: What Do "Real" Authors Do?

May 2014
29: A Contrast in Creator Stories
27: Grinding Copyright Wars Grind on
26: Is it Time to Abolish the CAFC?
18: TB on "Attack of the (Game) Clones"
14: Could Fandom "Fix" Copyright?
11: Please Sign the Petition for James Risen
01: Two Patent Cases from Sotomayor

April 2014
24: No, I'm Not Going to Bother Posting Another Revolving Door Pic
24: Google and You, Content Co-Creators
08: Old Tricks, New Rulings
05: Another Reason E-Books Suck

March 2014
30: Creativity and Copyfight
22: Another 'Ends with a Whimper'
19: Myriad Continues Fight Over BRC Genes
18: Why Did Copyright Shape Music and Books Differently Online?
13: Well Frell
11: What is the Solicitor General Arguing in Aereo?
10: Performance Rights, Aereo, and the Cloud
08: Google as "The Copyright Court of Last Resort"
07: Is There an Independent "Right of Performance"?
05: Did the Director-General of WIPO Steal Employee DNA Samples?
03: More Evidence People Don't Learn from the Past
03: Phoenix (music) Supports Free Use

February 2014
28: Robo-Papers "Flooding" Academic Conferences
26: Apple Appeals
25: Who's Taking All That Money?
25: Pointing the Troll Finger in the Correct Direction
24: Pay for (Broadcast) Play Rally
20: The Blog is Dead, Except on LinkedIn?
14: Interesting Patent Note: Reducing to Practice
13: This Would Be Why I Renewed My Pandora Membership
13: Talking Seriously About Games and the Public Domain
12: Would Congress Revisit Fair Use?
11: Big Pharma Continues to be Big Evil
11: MSF Opposes Patenting Hep C Medicine
11: F*ck Spammers
10: The Gospels of Publishing
06: Sony Throws in the E-Book Towel
04: Adobe Plans to Force Everyone to Change to New DRM
04: Money Sells

January 2014
31: Full 9th Sends Ad-Skipping Back to Trial
31: When an Artist "Makes It"
30: Mayo Coming Home to Roost
29: Three New Models for Journalism
28: Refreshingly Honest Corporate Greed
26: What Should Copyright Look Like Now?
16: The FCC Lost, not Net Neutrality
15: MPHJ Exposed
14: FCC Loses Again, and It's Their Own Damned Fault
10: Aereo Case Gets to SCOTUS
08: Fox Gets Henhouse Membership
03: There is (Still) a Hole in Your Mind

December 2013
31: An Artist's Take on American Classism
31: Author's Guild Remains Out of Touch with Reality
30: Open Market, 314, and Obviousness
29: Big Picture: You Don't Want to be King George
25: Youtube Can't Even Get Christmas Carols Right
21: If I Wrote Fiction Like This Nobody Would Believe It
21: Elsevier's "Feeble Facade" Crumbling
19: MSF anti-TPP Video
18: TPP Terminating Termination Rights
17: Cell Phone Unlocking (yawn)
13: Aereo "Killer" Killed
13: OK, Let's Stop Harassing Apple Over E-Books
12: Aereo Declines to Oppose Cert Motion
12: YouTube Steps Up Copyright Battle Against Game Channels
07: Elsevier Upping the Ante in its Opposition to Academics
06: Contributory Cybersquatting Not Viable in Trademark
05: Evolution, not Displacement?
04: Stageit Helps Artists Play for Fans, for a Price
04: Kickstarter to Pay the Musicians
03: Shortening the Long Tail
02: Washington Post Surprised by Obvious Actions
02: Is Pop Music Holding You Hostage?

November 2013
27: Beasties, Toys, and Fair Use
21: Contract Royalties Plummet, Concert Income Grows
20: MSF to TPP: Stop Attacking Access to Lifesaving Medicines
20: Derech Sodom
15: Google Wins, Author's Guild Loses, Do We Win Too?
15: Another Example of Why Monopsonies are Bad
13: TPP No Longer Secret
13: When Policy Trumps Common Sense
11: "You Sure You Want To Do This?"
06: Listeners Support Healthcare
06: End of a Stage in LimeWire's Troubles
04: Who Says Amazon Is Bad For Publishers?

October 2013
31: That Self-Publishing Experiment
29: What About the Listener-Supported Model?
29: Does Sampling Promote Sales (the Girl Talk example)
29: Who Knew There Was An Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries?
28: Self-Publishing is Work
22: The Day One Garry's Incident Incident
21: Will Piracy Data Tell Us Anything?
17: Creative Commons on Copyright Reform
15: Is the Chinese (Corporate) Approach to IP Changing?
10: Aereo Staves Off Preliminary Injunctions
08: Hollywood's Excellent Watermarking Adventure
04: Kids Today
03: What, Exactly, is Cable?
01: SCOTUS Looks to Move Back Into IP Disputes

September 2013
30: AM/FM Broadcast Royalties Fight in Congress
30: The Logical Extension of Copyright Maximalism
26: What (a Pair of) Lawyers Think You Should Do About 3D Printed Objects
26: Let's Teach Kids What They Can Do
24: Things That Make You Go Hmm, Small Bookstore Version
24: Copyright Cartel Goes to Kindergarten
23: perma.cc Tries to Combat Link Rot
23: Recent Developments in Trademark Law
20: When Game Consoles are Blu-Ray Players
20: Die, Spammers, Die
19: The World vs SOPA/PIPA
18: (Avoiding) A Digital Dark Age
17: Netflix Goes Where the (Pirate) Demand Is
16: How a Maker Made More Makers
13: Sample This (movie)
12: Encouraging Legitimate Sales by Legitimizing Sharing
12: What if Copyists(*) Created?
08: Vienna University Professor Exposes "Analog Hole" in E-Books
08: Apple's E-Book Terms Set
04: Smart People Saying Smart Things

August 2013
30: 3D Printing And the Value of Authenticity
28: New Zealand Bans Software Patents (Not Really)
28: "The Kings of Television Are The Creatives"
28: Are Intermediaries in the Sales Chain Patent-Liable?
27: "Fire in the Blood" Anyone?
26: I (Heart) NY, TM
25: EA Makes (some of) its Digital Games Returnable
23: Lessig, EFF Take On Copyright Maximalists
23: Makerbot Scanner Announced
20: Rip, Mix, (3D) Print
20: The NSA Takes Out Another Copyfighter
16: I Swear I'm Going to Make a New Blog Category
16: From In-SiDi-ous to Ridiculous
10: There is a Hole in Your Mind
08: SFX Build, Steal, Borrow, Adapt
07: Authors, Libraries, and E-Books
02: Another Football (Game) IP Question - Split in the 9th

July 2013
29: Academic Publishers, Historians, and Tenure
28: "We're Asking You To Pay For Content Because You Want To"
26: Dish Wins in the 9th
25: Games as Derivative Works
24: IP and Inequality
24: 3D Printing Patents Set to Expire
23: Has the Eolas Vampire Finally Been Put to Rest?
23: Will Steam Be Sued Over Game Resale?
22: The Two Voices of All Transport
19: Ohio Rules on the Cost of Infringement
18: A Relatively Balanced Look at Patent Trolls
17: The Music Has (Finally) Changed
10: Nook Costs B&N CEO His Job
10: Apple, the Mastermind, Guilty
10: Is Showing Live Play of a Game a Copyright Violation?
09: Is Rampant Copying a Good Thing?
08: Pandora is Not Happy at David Lowery
08: What Protects Medicine Sales, If Not Patents?

June 2013
27: Copyright Law by V. Hart
26: Pricing, Scalping, and Concert Business Models
26: Dave Lowery is Still Mad At Pandora
25: DJ Spooky Goes CC-license
25: How to Value, How to Use, Patents
25: B&N to Exit Hardware Business, not E-Reader Business
24: How We Got Into this E-Book Mess
22: Samuels, Ultramercial, and It's Not That Easy
19: Wait! No! Stop Hitting Us!
19: New E-Book DRM Commits Piracy to ?Stop? Piracy
18: Two Things About Past Stories
14: MSFT to Region-Lock Xbox One on Launch
14: Myriad Genetics, One Opinion
13: Analyzing Netflix's Economics Misses Netflix's Long Game
12: Oh, Yeah, DOJ is Still Suing Apple over E-Books
11: Why CNN Makes Lots of Money Despite Sucking
07: Microsoft Turns Xbox One into DRM Nanny
05: NFB Settles with Free Library of Phila
04: The White House vs Patent Trolls - So What?
04: Solutions to Patent Trolling in Existing Laws

May 2013
31: Broadcasters Sue-alike Aereo-alike
29: Tobias Buckell Has a Giant Reality Check for You
29: Cable Is Still Dying, Or So They Say
28: Yes, Virginia, There Is Copyright In Space
28: Hey, Librarians, Can You Help (Save Reading Rights for the Blind)?
24: The Story of the Beginning of the Digital Revolution
22: Amazon Strikes Another Deal That Is Good for Amazon
21: Let's Try a More Rational Legal Approach to 3D Printing Law
19: Who Really Owns The Librarian of Congress?
18: It's a Cartel, Not a Class (Action)
18: When A Lawyer Isn't Enough, Get an IP Lawyer
17: Nintendo Decides It Can Own Fans' YouTube Content
15: Compulsive Looking and (Lack of) Copyrights At Museums
14: Why Does Fashion Have Lots of Copying and Creativity?
13: Software Patent Pro/Con in the WSJ
13: Two Proposals To Change The Rules - One Good, One Bad
12: CAFC Muddies Patent Waters - With a Power Blender
09: Patent Trolls for the Little Guy
09: The "Aharonian Test"
09: The Legal Structures Prenda Exploited
08: Prenda Law Gets Broadsided
08: While You Weren't Looking, Aereo Has Been Busy
07: Could the US Government Finally Be Moving on IP Law Problems?
06: And We're Back
03: Oh and by the Way
03: Tor Sees No Increase In Illegal Copies After One Year DRM-Free
02: Free Publication on "Seismic Shift" in CA Copyright Law
01: EFF Challenges Bad Patent Filings - But There's a Bigger Issue
01: Video Game Development Game Ironic Piracy
01: British Photo Copyright Orphans' Concern

April 2013
30: Mike Masnick Curb-Stomps Jaron Lanier
29: Microsoft Appears Ready to Relent on Xbox DRM
28: Second Circuit Restores Traditional Fair Use Tests
23: Who Should Be Using Broadcast-TV Spectrum?
23: Aereo Expands
22: MSF Joins Opposition to TPP
19: Safe Harbor (YouTube) Wins Another Round
18: Open-Source Creativity
18: How Is Self-Publishing Like Web Comics?
17: B&N Tries to Compete in Self-Publishing
17: No Kidding, Matt
16: At Least They're Asking the Right Question
10: Patent "Monetization" Entities... Which is to Say, Trolls
09: Where's My "Jaws" Theme Music?
09: Books on Board Shuttering
02: Spolsky Discovers NPEs
01: Redigi Loses Round One
01: Aereo Wins in the Second

March 2013
25: Name Your Price Webcomic
22: Legal Snark is Good Snark
21: More On Asking, Writing for Free
19: As Usual, SCOTUSBlog is Spot-On
19: SCOTUS Reverses in Kirtsaeng
19: Indian Court Upholds Compulsory Licensing Scheme
19: Authors and (Used) E-book Panic
12: Doonesbury Gets In On The Act
07: Salmon's Payment Economics
06: Next Moves in the DMCA Mexican Stand-Off
06: Taking Stock of the Farmer v Agribiz Case
04: Whitehouse Says Yes to Unlocking Phones; Librarian of Congress Yawns
04: 3D Printing Patents Not Such A Big Deal After All
04: The Art of Asking, The Art of Trusting
01: "Diffusion Lines" and the Freemium Marketplace

February 2013
26: Fighting Trademark Trolls (and Winning)
26: PeerJ's Disruptive Pricing "Secret"
25: For Your Convenience Your ISP is Now Spying On You
23: Sony Will Not Block Used Games
22: New Models, Hidden Sponsors?
21: Why TV Ad Revenue Goes Up and Internet Ad Revenue Goes Down
21: Indie Booksellers Sue Amazon, Misunderstand "Open Source"
20: WIRED, 3D Printing, and Patent FUD
19: Whitehouse Petition to Reinstate Cellphone Jailbreak Exception
15: Academic Disruption and the Difference Between Publication and Prestige
14: On the Used and Pirate Markets for Digital Goods
14: When the Tip Jar Offends
09: Can Meaningful Connections Be Profitable in Digital Music?
08: (Littlest) Cheese Crumbles
08: Dear Gamers Workshop, Welcome To Social Media Hell
06: Games Workshop Manages to Make A Whole Passel of New Enemies
05: What are the Economics of Producing a Streaming Series?
04: Vinyl Vault's Legal Dynamite

January 2013
31: Yeah, Like THAT's Going to Help
31: A Non-Profit for 21st Century Musicians
31: NMA on the WTO Dust-Up
30: YouTube to Serve Up Subscriptions
30: Android App Developers Being Targeted By Patent Troll
29: Legal and Illegal International Copyright Regimes
28: DMCA Violation Penalty Now Larger Than Terrorism Penalty
28: And What About CBS's Own Practices?
23: The Dust at CNET Has Not Settled
23: Is A La Carte Pricing for Television Economical?
22: Is "Six Strikes" A Trojan to Kill Free Wi-Fi?
17: Props to Greg Sandoval
17: See you at or after this weekend
17: One Author, One Title, One Set of Numbers
15: Why Do Creators Get So Little?
14: In Memoriam, Aaron Swartz
14: PledgeMusic - Is This the New Business of Making Music?
12: A Sad Loss
11: Highly Interconnected Creativity
11: Something Unprintable, I'd Say
09: More Dish on TV Failures
08: How The Media Misreports Stories
08: All the Free E-Books on Amazon
07: Can People Sponsor Many Authors at $20/year?
07: Similarity, Originality
04: (Digital) Music Sales Surge Post-Xmas
04: Can Freemium Models Work for Deep Journalism?
03: In the Land of the Blind, Data are King
02: Why People Hate (Patent) Trolls

December 2012
28: Sometimes There's A Story in What Didn't Happen
27: David Post on Copyright and Originalism
27: ProPublica Describes 21st-Century Investigative Journalism
24: Tim O'Reilly v Kirtsaeng
24: BBC: Nothing New in TV Show Piracy
21: Apple v Samsung: Surprises and Less At Issue
20: Streaming News
20: More Copyright Sanity from Outside the US
20: Instagram Isn't Owning, Just Granting Itself License
19: The (Littlest) Cheese Stands Alone - So Sad
19: Kappos Thinks AIA Will Fix Patents
18: Instagram THIS
17: Tobias Buckell, At Length, on His Kickstarter Experience
15: Is the Legal System Itself Creating Patent Trolls?
14: Fire Still Bad, Metallica Maybe Less
14: Google Makes Copyright Removal Data Downloadable
11: Dear ReadWrite: Granger-Causality is not Causality
10: Sega Using Copyright Claims to Restrict Fan Discussion
07: Guy Kawasaki on Self-Publishing
06: In Answer To Your Enquiry: No!
06: Guess What, E-Books Still Suck
05: When IP Hits Closer To Home
05: Termination Rights and Book Publishers
04: What, Exactly, Is "The Patent Problem"
03: Upcoming Book and Blog Stuff

November 2012
29: Batshit Insane Extradition Plan Derailed
29: Masnick Schools HSI
28: How Do We Make More Than Pennies Flow?
24: When Conservatives Are Optimistic About IP It Looks Libertarian
20: Analysis of the RNC Copyright Memo Kerfuffle
19: Could Something (IP) Good Come from the Republicans in Congress?
16: Fictionwise Shuts Down, Moves Customers to B&N
15: Geist v NPD
15: More Technical E-Books Going DRM-Free
14: We Are Not Amused
12: Lauren Weinstein Advocates "The Nuclear Option"
09: I'm Only Surprised it Took So Long
08: The Patent "Bargain" (in Canada)
07: Marketing by Lawsuit
05: FMC Music Summit Lineup
01: David Post on Aero

October 2012
30: Two More Stories About E-Books and Business
30: EFF Optimistic about Kirtsaeng
26: Who Needs Three-Strikes Laws When You Have Overenthusiastic ISPs?
25: Owners Rights Initiative Kickoff, and Other Kirtsaeng Action
24: CAFC, Abstraction, Mayo, and New Cases
24: Amazon's Flub (Finally) Hits Mainstream Media
23: Amazon UK About-Faces
23: HathiTrust, Copyright, and Electronic Library Media
23: Google Wins Again In Ongoing Google Books Litigation
22: This is Happening Right Now: Amazon DRM-nukes a Customer
22: Megan McArdle Takes Issue With The Knockoff Economy
19: Looking Forward, Looking Backward at Television
19: Myrvold Patents, Tech Review Flubs
18: On Google and Transparency in DMCA-land
18: On Bowman and How US Courts Work
17: Supreme Court Grants Cert for Bowman v. Monsanto
17: Posner on IP Restricting Creativity
17: Raid This!
16: There's A "Blue Suede Shoes" Pun In Here Somewhere
16: In "Year Zero" Copyright Will Be Funny
13: Upcoming Volokh Postings This Week
12: Is Streaming Music A Viable Business? For Whom?
10: Librarians as Booksellers
10: FOMC Annual Summit, Washington DC Nov 13
08: How Companies Get To Censor the Internet
08: Learning About Speech By Doing It Wrong
05: Get Your No-DRM On (just not through Amazon)
04: Why DRM Hurts the Blind, Which is to Say "All of Us"
02: Two Upcoming Events - NELA and Arisia

September 2012
28: More Insanity Associated with Aero
20: Wal-Mart Sniper-Kills Kindle
19: Copyright, Copying, and Magic
16: Because There's a Copyright Angle to Everything
14: Can Looking Backward Help Fix the Software Patent Mess?
12: More Finger-Pointing in the E-Book Price Wars
12: Doctorow on Byrne on Music
06: Who Knew The Economist Could Be Copyright-Optimistic?
06: The Only Winning Move Is Not To Play
05: Gaming, DRM, Piracy, and the Price of Working in PR

August 2012
31: Who Here Remembers Lexmark?
30: Demonstrably Insane, But Legal
29: Who Writes Your Documentary Films?
24: Drugs, IP, Convenience, and Price
23: More Musicians Pissed At Politicians
22: And How Canadians Think About Fair Dealing
22: Nice Primer on Fair Use
20: When the Judge Thinks You're On Crack It's Bad, OK?
17: How Far Does Copyright Extend in Functional vs Expressive?
16: Byrne's Long View on Music
15: As Others See Us
14: Great Artists Steal, But Not From Me
14: Gotye Remixes People Remixing Gotye
13: 16.9% vs 68.1%
10: Google Starts Down-Ranking DMCA'd Sites
09: Amazon Cuts Off Unglue.it
08: Game IP Hits Bigtime
07: Research Project on Growing Book Challenges in the US
07: When It's 20:1 Against. What Do You Do?
02: How Are TV Execs Like Music Execs?
01: Craigslist Swims Into New Anticompetitive Waters
01: The Oatmeal vs The Cartel

July 2012
31: Monopolism Is Not Limited to the Cartel
31: It's "The End of TV" Season
30: Record Labels, Funny Money
30: The Last Buggy-Whip Olympics
26: Are TV Execs Even Aware Of Where Their Viewers Are?
24: Does Copyright Drive the Internet Freedom Debate (in the US)?
23: Tor/Forge are now DRM-free
18: The Cartel Created This Mess, Deliberately
16: Three Papers, and Nature
16: UK Upends Research Publication Model - Default to Free from 2014
13: Paul Tassi Weighs in on Cable's Stupid Season
13: It's Stupid Season Out In Cable TV-land
11: CAFC Wants to Bring (Its) Order to Patent Eligibility Rules
11: Write Your Rep - Oppose the Intellectual Property Attache Act
10: Penny Arcade Tries to Kickstart an Ad-Free Year
10: Verizon are Utterly Daft
09: Def Leppard to Record Label: No!
06: Blogger Q&A
05: First Sale Gets A Second Life in Europe
03: If the TV Business is Collapsing It's Their Own Goddamn Fault
02: EFF's Latest Patent Effort Seriously Misguided
02: Unglue.it Posts Success

June 2012
30: E-Reader Phone Home
26: Answers to Lowery, with Facts
26: Another Coming 3-D Printing IP Nightmare
25: Stop the Extradition of Richard O'Dwyer
21: Daniel Moore Can Continue To Paint Red
21: SCOTUS Puts (Minor) Constraint on FCC Censorship
19: David Lowery Is Still on a Tear, Which is a Shame
19: Hollywood's Copyright Wars (book review)
18: C-11 Passes, Geist Retrospects
14: We Need New Government Models, Too
14: A Full (insider) View on E-Book Availability
12: You Can Model Anything (Just Not Legally)
12: Geist is a Go-To Guy
06: The Economist on AFP
05: Hey AOL! Sauce for the Goose...
05: NYTimes Discovers Palmer is Doing Something Different
04: (Trade) Publishers Have Virtue
04: John Scalzi Enters the Tor DRM-Free Waters, With Cautions
04: What Stewart Brand Actually Said
01: Justia, for Law Wonks With Short Attention Spans
01: The State of (Particularly Mobile) Internet Business

May 2012
31: Legitmix Enters Beta, Model Unchanged
31: Welcome to Life, Copynightmare Version
30: Copyright, Parody, and Domain Lockdown in Brazil
30: Is There A Model For Crowdfunding Start-ups?
29: Freehadists, the New Boss, and Another Point of View
28: Twain on Creativity
25: LP Responds on Creation, Avengers, Kurtz
25: AFP Kickstarter Funding Report, Part 2
24: Google Extends Its Transparency Report to Copyright
24: Creation is a Complex Process
23: David Post on Kirtsaeng
22: AFP on "Where Is All the Money Going?"
21: Drew Wilson and the Science of File Sharing
17: Ungluing Copyright
16: Elsevier Loses a Big Name, Publicly
14: How The Harvard Book Store is Reinventing Retail Bookselling
10: "The Mongoliad" As Business Model
09: Village Person Terminates Cartel Rights
09: Kindle Sales Dropping Already, Publishers Back Off IPad Apps
07: What to Read When Not Here
03: Amazon is Nobody's Darling Right Now
03: Scalzi on Palmer, Success, Sponsorship Model
02: UK Academics Move to Free Up Taxpayer-Funded Research
02: May 4 is Coming Again - International Day Against DRM
01: Two Follow-ups on B&N/MSFT and Palmer

April 2012
30: This is the Future of Music
30: B&N/Microsoft to Compete With Apple & Amazon
26: SCOTUS Grants Cert for Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley
25: Why Break/Abandon DRM
24: This Could Be Huge - Tor Dumps DRM
24: Is Academic Publishing Finally At A Crossroads?
20: JW on Big Companies, IP
19: Twitter Tries to Break Patent Logjam
18: Ignoring the Real Anticompetitive Behavior in the E-Book Antitrust Suit
17: Mike Masnick: No. Wrong. Stop That.
16: Cartel Trumpet "Crush 'em!" Strategy, Revise History, Still Miss Point
13: Thinking About the E-Book Lawsuit and What Is To Come
12: Nest Fires Back At Honeywell
11: How Did Jon Sargent Get So Divorced From Reality?
10: Mayo, Confusion, and What is Patentable
07: 2nd Circuit Rules on Viacom v YouTube
06: Copyright Official Fails, Techdirt Foams
04: Facebook Sues Yahoo! - Right Back Atyoo!

March 2012
26: What Do RICO and Botnets Have To Do With Copyright?
23: Property Advice for International Travelers
22: Cartel Abuse Goes South
21: Groklaw Summarizes Prometheus Ruling
20: SCOTUS Says Your Thoughts Are Still Unpatentable
20: Posting Newspaper Excerpts Ruled Fair Use
19: The Cartel Is the Law Now
19: FMC Releases Musician Income Case Studies
15: What If There Was A Tablet Before Apple's?
15: Yahoo! Sues Facebook, Bloggers Hyperventilate Massively
14: Aereo Launches Today
13: Smells Like Sarcasm, Reads Like A Smackdown
11: What is "KDP Select" and Does It Matter?
09: Copyright Rules for (College) Students
08: Indian Court Decision May End Cheap Generics
08: That Sound You Hear May Be An Oncoming Train
07: Apple May Settle Patent Suits Via Licensing
06: Dan Gillmor Goes Big, Goes Free, Goes Public
05: Is Cloud Retransmission Legal for Broadcast TV?
05: Kolko, Big Ideas, for Free
03: Apple Wins Again in Germany Against Motorola
02: Elsevier Backs Down on RWA
01: How To Make Things Better; How To Make Things Worse

February 2012
29: Who Decides What Books You Can Buy?
29: And Techdirt Gets An Apology, Too
29: Updates and Short Bits
28: Notice the System Not Working
27: In the matter of Anderson v Sherman
27: Hines on Amazon Re-Pricing Authors' Books
23: Is Wanting to Pay for Content "Entitlement"?
23: Und you VILL Sign Zis Contract Or Else!
22: When Tim O'Reilly Gets It and the Cartel Doesn't
22: How China Influences Your Big-Budget Movie Choices
21: We Are (the Net| the Media | the People) Winning
20: More "Post" SOPA
15: Just How Much Trouble Are Google/Motorola/Samsung In?
13: Three Stories from the Immediately Post-SOPA World
13: Patent enforcement entry updated
10: How Should We Enforce Patents?
09: Could There Be A Legal Secondary Market for MP3s?
07: Cuckoo's Nest
07: Tassi Isn't Done Yet
06: The Next Generation Joins The Copyright Wars
04: A Copyright Wars Primer for Libertarians
03: A Worthwhile Hour of Your Time (post-SOPA)
01: If I Can't Share, I Can't Dance

January 2012
31: Tyler Neylon on What Elsevier Should Do
31: Scalzi vs. Franzen on E-Books
30: The Peasants are Revolting (Scientifically)
27: Petition the Copyright Office - Remix Culture
26: Apple's Evil Sabotage
26: USPTO and Prior Art
25: What the Hell is Up with Copyrights in the UK?
25: Y Kill Hollywood
24: Apple Jumps Into iBooks - With Hobnailed Boots
23: On the Dissent in Golan v Holder
21: Jonathan Coulton on Megaupload/Piracy
19: Stallman on E-Book Evils & Privacy
19: Admin Update
12: Joe Konrath Claims USD 100,000 E-book Profits in Jan
12: Nate Anderson vs the MPAA
03: SF vs SF Ideas
02: Intellectual Property Panels at Arisia

December 2011
30: It's Not Just E-Books, Movie Prices Suck Too
29: Still More On E-Book Prices And Complaining
29: OK Maybe There's One Good Thing About E-Books
28: Gillmor on the E-Book Pricing "Swindle"
28: The Business of Science Fiction Writers is Not Prediction (But Sometimes They Do It Anyway)
22: Will Drugs IP Ever Change? Not if Johnson & Johnson Gets A Say
21: Scalzi Has Had Enough of E-Book Price Gripes
19: Can Legitmix Remix Copyright? (Hint: no)
19: BT Jumps on the "Sue Google" Bandwagon
15: Mediashift Just Slightly Misses the Mark
14: Me, Talking About Copyright And Patents
13: Gigaom Catches Up To 2010
12: Get Your Doctorow On (and help fund EFF)
08: E-Book Pricing War Gets DOJ's Attention
08: Why Is Anyone Even Vaguely Surprised By This Shit Anymore?
06: ZDNEt: Apple is in Worldwide Patent War
02: Will the Drugs IP World Ever Change?
02: Gaiman's Caution to Authors: Get Involved
01: Another Problem with Paywalls and DRM

November 2011
23: You Didn't Think You OWNED That E-Book, Right?
21: Two New Fights in Online Music
21: Openness as the Default
12: Tattoos as Speech
07: Two More Modern Business Copyfight Models

October 2011
26: Gaiman's Audible Line Publishes Its First Titles
20: David Post on DMCA and the Arab Spring
19: Silly People, Books Are For Selling!
17: How To Get Out of BitTorrent Lawsuits
13: EFF on Facebook's "Hotel California"
07: Free Copy of "The Macintosh Way"
07: Day's Way Continues
04: Mediashift on Apple E-Book Collusion Lawsuit
04: Are Mathematical Communities Unique?
03: We're Not Following You, We Just Patented A Method For It

September 2011
30: Sharing is Awesome, Two Years In
29: CBLDF Takes Possession of CCA Seal
27: How to Get Self-Published, How To Get Loaned
26: SCOTUSblog Goes Big, Stays Free
20: How Many E-Books?
19: No Books Means "Poor People Need Not Apply"
16: Scholar Experiments With New Media Models
14: What if You Deliberately Used BitTorrent To Distribute Your Book?
12: Is This A Future For Audiobooks?
09: Silly People, Books Are For Reading
05: It's Not Just The Cartel (Excessive Awards)

August 2011
25: Black Monolith vs Apple
23: May Their Memories Always Be A Blessing
22: "What.." Makes Fair Use Easier
18: Smack! Fatality!
17: Dear Daily Mail: You Suck At Copyright Infringement
15: Springsteen, Kool, Henley et al vs The RIAA
15: First Comes the Rumor
12: There's a(n Ebook) War Going On
11: Cory at SIGGRAPH
10: Big-Headed Dolls, Big Dollars Settlement
10: Obvious Troll is... um... Uninformed
09: Any Mac Users Out There? (OS X Lion Video DRM)
08: Those People Looking For Me on Google+ Will Not Find Me
07: Yes, Mark, But Exactly How?
03: How Felicia Day is Making It Her Way

July 2011
26: Two Creators' Takes On The State of Creating
14: Monkeying with Copyright
11: Sandoval (CNET) Does His Homework
08: How Is The Porn Industry Like The Cartel?

June 2011
30: The Need For Self-Promotion
30: Do You Read Books Once And Dispose of Them?
24: Is Self-Publishing Finally Coming Into Its Own?
22: WB Settles Face Tattoo Suit
22: Exquisite Corpse Seeking Collaborative Artists
21: Pi, As A Hand Dance, Not Copyrighted
17: When Are Physical Property And Intellectual Property More Alike?
16: Pandora and the Ongoing Search for Profits
15: Only Amateurs Care About Copyright Registration (in Hollywood)
14: Misuse of Dictionaries in Patent (and Other) Decisions
13: Apple Tries to Stop People Giving Away Their Products
09: Copyright Yo Face!
08: Vicarious Infringement in Corporate Settings
06: Drugs, Prices, and Patents
02: This is How We Mash, 2011 Business Models

May 2011
26: NYSE Claims Photo Violates Trademark - WTF?
25: Borderlands Shared Universe Reappears, Shares a Bit More
25: "The Power of Few" Calls on Power of Many
17: NHL Takes P.R. Lessons from Cartel
06: In Their Own Words They Damn Themselves

April 2011
28: RIP Keith Aoki
21: The Gaga Saga
07: Fans to Blame for "Tunes for Tyrants"
07: Facebook and Takedown Notices
06: Makena Update
04: TorrentFreak Reports on Domain-Seizure Failures
04: Can Do-It-Yourself Publishing Really Work?
02: Viacom et al. v. Youtube And Its Importance

March 2011
30: How to Steal Like An Artist
24: CNET (and others) Get It Wrong, Miss the Actual Story
22: Don't Kill - C-393 Follow-up
17: US Wants More Penalties on IP Violators
17: Copyright vs Free Speech at SCOTUS
16: Money, Patents, and Killing People
15: Obama Administration Continues to Export Jihad
08: Dangers of the Patron Model

February 2011
26: Sometimes Things Couldn't Be Better
24: Patrick Rothfuss offers to help Nathan Fillon buy back Firefly
18: Because These Things NEVER Go Wrong
17: The Shakespeare Conspiracy
10: How Could They Not Screw It Up?
03: When A Crowdfunded Project Goes "Off the Rails"

January 2011
31: Artists Should Earn Money
28: Thierry Guetta, Shepard Fairey, and Copyright Lawsuits
26: RIAA Continues DoJ Takeover
13: Canadian RIA Pays Up
07: Copyrights in a List
04: The Brads on Why DRM Doesn't Work

December 2010
29: 2010, The Year of the Mashup, is Over
02: Tune in to Tunecore (A 6-part series)

November 2010
18: A Sane Approach to Sharing (News Online)
11: Cartel Lawyers No Longer Shocked By Big Win

October 2010
25: A Personal Puzzler - Who Owns This Audio?
21: WOFF Proposal Looks Set To Solve Web Font Issues
20: Canadian Scientists Take Their Case to the Public
20: Gene Simmons Has A Big Mouth
19: First-Sale Doctrine Under Fire
18: Lego Loses EU Trademark; More Trouble Coming?
14: "Radical Extremists" and Canadian Copyright
14: "Pimps and Ferrets" and U.S. Copyright

September 2010
23: George Lucas Pirated Chewbacca's Image
14: Russia Uses Microsoft IP to Suppress Dissent
10: NY Times Weighs in on Plumpy'Nut

August 2010
31: Doctorow v eBook Publishers
24: A Historical View of the Cultural Commons
20: Experimental Derivative Art
09: This is Remix Culture Courtesy of Sunday Girl
05: Remix Age Youth and Plagiarism
03: The Revolution Will Have Permission

July 2010
28: Is Wikileaks the Napster of Confidential Information?
27: Breaking DRM Gets New Protections
26: DMCA, Dongles, and Breaking DRM
23: Killed by Code?
20: CCC Promoting its "Rightslink" Tool Upgrade
15: Pistols at Dawn, Sir!
15: "So Transparent It Has To Be Leaked"
14: Maybe They Think Tenenbaum Will Cover Their Legal Bills
13: Content vs Image
12: RIAA Gets Slapped; Tenenbaum Still Can't Pay
01: How A Real Musician Responds

June 2010
30: Dizzee Rascal and the Live Remix
29: Who Owns Your Android Apps?
24: This Looks More and Moore Sciento-illogical
23: Cory Doctorow, Radical Author
23: Michael Geist, Radical Extremist
15: The Fat Lady Has Sung, Taken Her Bows, and Now Exits
11: A Systemic Threat to the Rights of Legitimate Traders
09: Where is the Copyright War in Glee-land?
08: Digital Tickets Raise Ownership Questions
05: Brief Administrivia for Commenters
01: ACTA May Affect Physical Products, Too

May 2010
27: Typekit, Bad Language, and Good Fonts
26: It's a Fine Tradition, Charlie Crist
21: Walking On Eggshells
20: It's In The Times, So It Must Be Respectable Now
12: For There Will Be Musicians

April 2010
29: Cartel Thinks Child Porn "is Great"
26: Sita vs Netflix
22: Arguments Against Gene Patents
22: The Urge To Share
16: Whereas Cory Thinks We're At War
16: In Which Dear Fred Shows Himself A Hopeless Optimist
16: Nutriset Responds
15: iPad Lovers Just Skip This
14: Everything You Need to Know About ACTA (to this moment)
13: Another Step in the IP/Lifesaving Debate
05: Should Genes Be Patentable?
05: iPad Does What the Cartel Dreams Of

March 2010
24: In Need of UK-resident Readers
22: OK Maybe Bottled Water Wasn't Such A Great Analogy
18: More IP That Kills
18: Living Your Own Philosophy (remix)
11: Guterman Makes "Sandinista Project" Free Again
10: Apple to Germans: Und NO NIPPLES!
10: Apple to Developers: "Und You Vill LIKE IT!"
08: Lessig on the Remix Culture Vid and Who Gets It
08: Recording for People Who Want to Listen
04: Ephemeral Art, Writ Big-Name

February 2010
18: How To Rescue Things from the Slush Pile
18: CCC Has More To Say On Google Books
17: IFPI Commits Blogocide - Rules Be Damned
16: Reclusive Mathematician to Crowdsourcers: Hold On There
12: DOJ to Google Books: "Hold On There"
12: Air Force Repeats McCain Campaign Mistake
08: Remix As Social Activity
01: Mashup As New Music
01: Publishing for People Who Want to Read (Magazines)
01: Scalzi on Amazon Fail

January 2010
27: Obama v Tenenbaum
27: Banksy to Debut Film at Sundance
26: Copyright + Common Sense? Maybe So.
25: Good Hackers
25: Evil Librarians
20: OK Go Admit They're In Slavery
20: The Slush Pile and Self-Publishing
14: Mashups Go Mainstream - Cartel Notices
14: We Interrupt Your Copyright Wars for a Moment
13: Marshal McLuhan Paging OK Go
12: The (Public Domain) Day That Wasn't
11: Why Music Sounds Worse
08: FMC Promotes Tool for FCC Comment-Filing
07: Have Some International Schadenfreude
04: How Are Textbooks Like Prescription Drugs?

December 2009
23: Nokia N900 Unboxing
17: What Does That Make Us?
07: Who's a Pirate? The Cartel's a Pirate!

November 2009
23: It Doesn't Work for an Intermediary to Own the User
20: A Little Light Weekend Reading - Google Books Settlement
19: "Veihl'd" Assumptions
19: Income Breakdown for "Best Selling" Author
18: Cognitive Dissonance Writ Large
12: Must-See TV: ACTA
09: Now THAT's Funny!
05: In An Effort to Prove They Cannot Learn
03: It's People Like You What Cause Unrest

October 2009
22: Pandora in the NY Times
19: New Technology -> New Art
16: In Their Own Words
07: Dear Ralph Lauren - Choose Your Targets Carefully

September 2009
09: Dilbert Has a New Line of Business
03: Won't Someone Please Think of the Children
01: The Cartel Swallows Marvel - IP Contention Ensues

August 2009
21: UK Photogs Get A Chance
19: Typekit Promises to Unravel Font-Linking Rights
17: Untangling the "Civil Rights for Musicians" Debate
17: A Win Too Fair
17: The Struggle to be Noticed
17: BMO Responds to EFF
14: Burners Getting Burned About Play IP
12: Photographer, Not a Terrorist (UK)
12: "Civil Rights for Musicians Act " Fight Gets Nastier (and More Confusing)
11: Source linking back from browser copy-paste

July 2009
29: Dionne Warwick versus the Cartel
21: Amazon's Gaffe Isn't What You Think It Is
21: PhD Comics on Scientific IP
07: Do Patents Really Promote Useful Progress?
02: World e-Book Faire

June 2009
29: Proof That Even Very Smart People Can Say Very Stupid Things
21: A Win Too Far?
11: Eh, Mebbe Not
10: A Style Mash-Up
09: And Now A Pirate MEP
01: IAF Goes For The Sponsors

May 2009
29: Not Satisfied with Copying Policy, Canadian Think-Tank Copies Verbatim
28: EFF Launches "Teach Copyright" (free)
19: More Fun Free Things
14: Pay to Play May Come to Broadcast At Last
14: Real DVD Monopolies (or so says RealNetworks)
14: Interstitial Arts Foundation Event

April 2009
30: Can Tim O'Reilly Re-Invent the Book?
30: Sometimes It Is That Easy
20: Copyfight is Everywhere
14: More Good Free Science
13: Why Is This Still So Goddamn Hard?

March 2009
23: Anti-Staples Ruling Troubles Free-Speech Advocates
20: Is Silence the Price of Patents?
20: "Mash Up" Just Seems So Inadequate
18: Reverse Image Search
14: Thru-You, the YouTube Mashup
02: Newspapers are Laughably Expensive

February 2009
17: Who Does She Think She Is?
10: LimeWire Going Legit
09: DMCA Rulings Overbroad in Gaming Too
06: RIAA Takes Over DOJ
06: Bale Out
04: UK Copyright Law, In Verse
02: What Happens to Comics When Newspapers Cut Back?

January 2009
12: Clay Shirky Predicts Media for 2009
08: NiN Giving It Away
07: Copyright Owners Contributing to the Destruction of Their Own Property
02: Watchmen Judgment Posted

December 2008
31: Are Resales Killing Publishing?
31: Why Proprietary, Locked Media Are Bad
30: IP and Me at Arisia 2009 (Jan 16, Cambridge MA)
30: Venue Matters
30: CBLDF Asking for Support from Creators
29: Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes?
19: RIAA Declares Jihad Over; ISPs to Slap Wrists (for now)
17: Support the EFF
15: Teach Your Kids to Break the DMCA
15: Creative Commons Turns 6 (NYC Party, Dec 16)
10: AC/DC Idiots?
05: Rebellyon - Amanda Palmer and Roadrunner Records
02: Continuing on the Morality Theme

November 2008
28: Euros Put Cost (to People) on Patent Lawsuits
28: Immoral Patents, or So Say the Europeans
25: Right to Own, Right to View
24: RIAA v. Joel Tenenbaum: The Fleet is in Motion

October 2008
28: An ASCAP for Books
23: Lala Land?
22: PvP vs The Cartel
22: Law Enforcement Seizes Biker Gang IP?
20: Business Models Blog Series Concludes
17: McCain Can't Win on Song Front Either
16: Maybe Art Isn't A Business
16: 21st Century Business Models for Artists
13: Steal This Comic
09: Apple Gets a Dock Patent
08: Rowling Wins Against Lexicon
03: Royalties on Digital Tunes Stable Through 2012 - DRM in Doubt

September 2008
30: Orphan Works and Emphatic Words
23: Burn (DVD) to Hard Drive
22: Politics and Song Rights
17: Public Art Commentaries
15: Disney and the Copyright on Mickey Mouse
04: Google Backs Up On Chrome EULA
03: Google, Chrome, and Copyright

August 2008
27: More Free (Online) Books
21: In Which Our Hero TriesTo Comprehend EU Copyright Issues
21: DMCA Takedowns Must Consider Fair Use
19: A CBLDF Benefit Mashup Thu Aug 21, 7:30P
11: An End To A 'Reprieve' - Bye Bye Web Radio?
06: Future of Music Coalition Events (Fall 2008)
05: People Want to Pay - Sort Of

July 2008
16: Tooting My Own Horn - MPAA vs The People

June 2008
25: Pi-Con 3
23: The War on Photography
20: Be Careful What You Wish For
18: The 21st Century Version of the Copyright Notice
16: Future Writers, Future Books
13: Tracking the Trackers
04: FMC Releases "Rock the Net" Compilation CD

May 2008
30: Who Pays MediaDefender to Disrupt Peer to Peer Networks?
23: Did Microsoft (over)Implement the Broadcast Flag?
14: Does the RIAA Have Legal Legs?
05: Help Cory Help Others

April 2008
30: Gin, Television, and 100 Wikipedia per Year, for Sharing
25: Gaiman, Final Thoughts, and McFarlane
22: Fair Use, One Author's View
18: Publishers vs Academics
15: Rowling versus the Lexicon, Round 1
14: What is the Value of News?
02: People Unclear on the Concept?

March 2008
31: Google Advanced Search Adds Licensing Info
26: The Onion Explains FCC Censorship
26: Update on the Gaiman Experiment
25: Sharing, Part of the Power of Everybody
20: Finding Legally Usable Pictures - compfight
17: Fleeting Words, Extensive Review
14: Did IP and Hollywood Shenanigans Sink New Line?
12: Artists and How to Support Them
04: More Media Offerings

February 2008
29: Go Get Your Free Book
25: Copying in Political Speech
21: Get Your War On, Cartoonists
20: Could BitTorrent Be Disabled Automatically?
15: As the Cartel Turns
14: Like YouTube for Business Documents
14: No You Can't
13: Like A Stack of Books 348 Feet Tall
12: How Much Potter Does Rowling Own?
11: Like Hope, But Different
11: It's More Complicated, And More Interesting
11: Can E-Zines Succeed?
07: Bye Bye (Buy?) Baidu
05: Qtrax Backtrax
04: Political Remixing & Cultural Copyright
04: Two Big Digital Music Service Moves

January 2008
28: Photographers' Rights
25: Shirts vs. Suits
22: Street Use (blog)
15: More Microsoft Woes
15: More EMI Woes
14: Pre-MPAA Films Being Shown (MA Fri Jan 18 & on)
14: File Under "That'd Be Nice"
09: Open-Source Beats Coming to Boston
08: A Serial Drama in Internet Form
08: Talk at Arisia (Boston, MA, Sun Jan 20)
07: Start With the Right To Speak Freely
07: 1-Click Patent Rejection
04: Even Fools Don't Invest in the Music Business
04: Get Yourself Some RIAA-Free Music

December 2007
28: The Smile of Success
27: Google One Up, One Down in Patent Decision
21: Cartel Makes PC World "Bad Behavior" List (again)
18: Jackson, New Line Settle - Hobbit to Go Forward
17: It's Not A Copyright Thing (?)
17: RIAA Continues to Backtrack on 2005 Statements
14: And the Winner Is...
05: As the Troll Turns
01: Mind the Spoof

November 2007
29: Burst, Apple Settle - Nobody Notices?
22: Prince & Fan Sites in Copyright Settlement Talks
18: An Industry of Excess
16: Getting Paid is the Name of the Game
15: Pimps & Ferrets: Work on Early Copyright
15: A Writer's Perspective on the Strike
09: The Hollywood Writer's Strike, in Under Four Minutes
05: Shared Free Science

October 2007
30: Oink Thumbs Its Nose At Cartel, Even In Death
30: NBC's Download Saga Continues
25: From Rock Gods to Ringtones
18: Too Many Cooks Spoil The Copyright?
18: And One Click to Rule... um, Something
05: Cartel Gets Big Money to Fill In Big Hole
04: Cartel Continues to Reinterpret Laws it Doesn't Like

September 2007
27: A Couple of PoD followups - Expensive!
26: Anyone Have An Opinion on Createspace?
26: Beautiful Repurposing
25: Apple v Burst, and Bad Reporting
21: NBC Makes Viewers' Lives Harder with Stupid Download Plan
21: OK So Maybe He Isn't All That Enlightened
21: "[G]iving away my books is selling the hell out of them."
20: Tear Down the (Digital Science Publishing) Walls
19: Attributor, Fair Use, and The Opposite of DRM
18: "Steal It, Steal Some More"
11: Record Exec States Obvious Truth, Greeted with Shock
11: Did Amazon "Beat" Apple in the Tiff Over NBC Shows?
05: Google Trademark Linking Suit Dropped
04: SFWA Shoots DMCA Shotgun, Hits Self and Innocents Too

August 2007
29: Why Upgraded DVDs Are Not Coming As Fast
28: Fair Use "Has Gone Missing"?
28: TorrentSpy Preemptively Shuts Down US Access
27: Teenager Cracks iPhone. Nobody Surprised.
24: Is Private DRM Public Failure?
24: Why Watermark? To Target Ads
21: Apple's Patent App and More on the Sad State
21: Universal to 'Watermark' non-DRMed MP3
17: I Bet Their Parents Also Drive Too Fast
15: How Hollywood Closed The "Analog Hole"
14: ATT to Pearl Jam: oops (not sorry)
13: The Sad State of Patent Effects
13: David v. Goliath, or Cowboys vs. Cartel
13: Microsoft Wins Two in Patent Cases
13: Judge Rules on Ownership of Unix IP
09: Don't Mess with My Negotiations... Pretty Please?
09: Blockbuster Buys Movielink
09: AC/DC Snubs iTunes, Makes Life Difficult for Fans
02: Sword Patents Get No Injunction

July 2007
30: How to Download Free (Legal) Music
25: Banksy's Web Site
25: FMC Policy Summit (Washington DC, September 17-18, 2007)
23: Getting Music To An Audience, 21st-Century Style
19: When is a Reprieve Not a Reprieve
17: FMC Files Complaint Against Clear Channel
12: Web Radio Stay of Execution About to Expire
06: Dadaism, Parody, or Just a Political Ad?
05: Don't Bother Me With Mere Facts
03: The Cartel's Reach is Long

June 2007
29: The Question is 'Why?'
25: Microsoft, Virtualization, and... DRM?
22: Clear Channel Are Scum-Sucking Bast... Oh, You Knew That
22: The Day The Web (Radio) Went Silent - June 26, 2007
21: Echos of Tasini in a "Curious Case"
21: QotD
20: Another Sputtering Moron Joins the Jihad
19: Just Like Artists Can't...
15: Is a Password-protect Like a Physical Lock?
15: "Vikings, Reindeer, Aurora Borealis and Cute Blond Girls"
14: MPAA Gets "Weapon of Mass Discovery"
14: ATT Joins Cartel Jihad
12: Fox to FTC: F**k Off
05: Worst "Company" in America

May 2007
31: Apple Puts (Your) Names in DRM-Free Music
22: Now THIS is Funny
15: This is almost funny
07: ...and Performs Around It
07: BBC Trust Issues DRM/Download Decisions
07: The "Power and Danger" of Web 2.0
03: Oh Nine, Eff Nine - the Song
03: Web 2.0 vs The Cartel
03: Internet Radio Gets (Temporary) Stay of Execution
01: Fair Use and Scientific Illustration
01: MSNBC vs. Well, Just About Everybody

April 2007
30: Will Congress Rescue Internet Radio?
27: Mandatory Licensing
27: Ding Dong The Lich Is Dead
17: No, Mr Web Radio. I Expect You To DIE!

March 2007
20: The "OK Go Phenomenon"
06: Yes, Call Congress to Ask for a Halt to Copyright Charges
05: Copyright Office Set to Kill Web Radio
01: Do Schools Teach Legal Self-Defense?

February 2007
26: Was a Plagiarist Busted by iTunes?
16: Sadly, Not Everything is on the Web
15: New Improved Cartel Jihad! Now More Efficient Than Ever!
15: BBC Signs on to MSFT DRM
15: Educating Judges on Patent Law
07: "DRMs haven’t worked, and may never work, to halt music piracy"
06: TiVo's in Ur House, Sellin' Ur Data
05: Apple Settles with Apple, Keeps Apple Name
05: Pilotless Drone Drone Drone Drone

December 2006
22: This Modern IP World; Or "NBC Is Smarter Than CNN"
15: Need Help Finding Examples
11: Barbie's Dream Lawsuit

November 2006
27: No "Sergeant Pepper" Law in the UK?
27: What Does IP Have To Do With Who Directs "The Hobbit"?
22: Are We Really Smarter Than Me?
13: See What Pirating Books Leads To?
13: No, No, CNN, Let *Us* Do It
13: Is Painting Still Like Photography?
10: CNN Remixes Itself
07: White House Remixes GWB
06: NTP Crosses Palm
02: People Really Frelling Unclear On The Concept
02: Remove Test Data Prior To Publication

October 2006
31: Writers, Wills, and Posthumous IP Care
26: DVD Jon Does It Again
24: Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Brainwashed
18: Put A LittleSeratoninInMe
17: A "Mock-You-mentary"
16: IBM to SCO: Shove It, And Here's Why

September 2006
28: How Fast Can a Tune Go?
22: Peace Breaks Out
18: Banksy v Hilton, Now With Pictures
13: But Do Watch The Video
05: New Meaning of the Term "Artistic Engagement"

August 2006
23: Copyright vs Scholarship
10: PLOS Growing Plans
07: Equivalent, High-Quality, Legal Alternatives
07: This Video Brought to You by the Letter 'U' and the Numeral '2'
04: New Yorker on Web Journalism
04: Apparently There Are No More Terrorists

July 2006
27: Cartel Inching Away from DRM Police State?
10: Delightul Re-Interpretation of Crusty Old Law

June 2006
28: Tim B-L on Net Neutrality
22: DVD Jon Moves On
21: Is "Blogswarming" a New Journalism?
20: Disabling Digital Cameras
20: Wendy debates MPAA's Fritz Attaway on DRM
15: Joyce vs Joyceans
15: "Public Notice" Problems with Issued Patents
15: The Web Never Forgets
09: Fair License or Fair-Use Threat?
01: More Governmental Malfunctions
01: Wardrobe Malfunction or Governmental Malfunction?

May 2006
31: Negativland on the US West Coast June 10/12
26: MPAA Dirty Tricks
25: What is the Future of the Book?
22: MLB vs Fantasy Baseball
20: Dilbert Has Patent Troubles
19: Music Genome Project Opens Pandora's Box
19: Musicians Join "Save the Internet" Movement
16: Why Can't I Play My Music Everywhere?
16: FMC + Pop Montreal
15: SCOTUS to Patent Holders: No, No, and Also No
11: IP Info for the Masses
11: What Does a Torrent Deal Amount To?
11: Your Tax Dollars at Waste
11: Apple Wins Another One... Against Apple
05: BPL "Rents" Digital Videos
03: Get Your Sneak Peak While Authors Are Allowed to Give Them
02: The Money Stops with Steve Jobs
01: More Follow the Money

April 2006
28: Follow the Money
27: Public Citizen Sounds Alarm on Trademark Bill
26: Did Patents Harm Microsoft?
24: Profit and Loss in Book Publishing
24: Dyson on Google and Books
24: RIAA Fails in Suit Against 13-Year-Old
21: Miro Heirs Quash Google Tribute
20: Give Mashups a Chance
17: Airport: Symbols in/for the Public Domain
15: Benkler on Social Production of Information
07: Startups Do Sue Big Players
07: Graham on Patents
06: The One-Eyed Man is King
04: No Sleep 'till I See My Video
04: Decoding the Drivel

March 2006
31: Be Careful What You Ask For
31: Patent Trolls or Patent Pushers?
30: Is Post-Punk Laptop Rap the Cartel's Waterloo?
21: Don't Miss Cato vs. the DMCA
20: Stupid Trademark Ideas?
16: Publishers Impose Page Limits on Amazon Browsing
16: U.Mich. Press Looking for Great Tech Writing
16: Publish to the People Moves Forward
15: Move Creative for Great Justice!
15: Creative Commons Copyright Upheld in Amsterdam
15: Google and the DOJ: I'm Feeling Watched
15: What Right in Digital Actors?
14: MPAA vs Usenet
08: Determining Ownership in Digital Urban Lore
08: Pope Benedict to Receive Nasty Letter from RIAA?

February 2006
28: Judge to NTP, RIM: Settle!
23: Google, Porn Images, Copyright Violations?
22: Apple's DMCA to the Max[xuss linkers]
22: Could They Outlaw Corporate Stupidity, Too?
22: Bill Graham Archive Online
22: Biting the Hand that Feeds the TV Show
20: RIAA Speak with Forked Tongue
18: It's Only Funny Because We Thought Of It First
17: This Week in Unnecessary Censorship
17: Felten Dissects Audio-Disk DRM
16: Paying for Radio Play
16: Author's Guild Warns on Trademark Protection Bill
09: Player-Created IP in MMOs
09: Bleep This
09: Cory at MIT, Feb 13
06: Linus on DRM
02: Anyone Know PostSecret?
01: Cartel Makes Business 2.0 Top 101, Twice

January 2006
29: Derek Slater Joins EFF
27: RIAA Actions "Not in Artists' Best Interest"
27: Who Can Say What is a Picture of You?
27: Because, You Know, Movie Piracy is WRONG
19: Austen making a publishing comeback (from the public domain)
11: The Million TM-infringement homepage?
09: Freeculture Urges Boycott of DRMed Disks

December 2005
29: A Study in Contrasts: eBaying pacemakers or pillows
16: Google Adds Music Info to Searches
15: RIM/NTP Mud Splashes Microsoft
14: Publish On Demand - Go Vote
13: Next, Appear Penitent
13: RIM, NTP Start Settlement Dance
13: No Tasini in National Geographic
13: Can Patent Policies be Socially Responsible?
13: Media Storage Lockers
09: A New Chapter
06: RIAA-Free Music
06: Brennan Center for Justice Report on Free Expression
05: Copyright Mythbusters: Believe It or Not, Fair Use Exists
03: Diebold and the Miracle of the Immaculate Certification
02: Fall of the House of Cards?
01: RIM Pushed to the Edge

November 2005
28: Pardon Me
23: Don't Confuse the Company and the Protocol
23: Most Sony Execs Don't Know When To Shut Up?
22: USC/Berkeley Report: over 30% of DMCA take-down notices are improper
21: BBC Catalogs Sony's Woes
21: Texas AG vs Sony Spyware
21: Don't Use Sony's SunnComm DRM De-Installer Either
21: Discussing the Sony Debacle
19: Canada lets Mega Bloks build on expired Lego patents
18: How the Sony DRM Debacle Can Benefit the Digital Music Market
18: Oops, Sony DRM Did It Again
17: Boiling Frogs with Sony's Rootkit
17: Hearing Recap: Fair Use in the Internet Age
17: Security Experts Develop Sony-BMG DRM Vaccine
17: Cultural Environmentalism and the Digital Commons -- 10 Up
16: Saving the Net: How to Keep the Carriers from Flushing the Net Down the Tubes
16: Bloggers: You Have a Right to Remain Vocal
15: Don't Use Sony's Web-based XCP Uninstaller
14: See Sony. See Sony Backpedal. See Sony Backpedal Fast.
14: Tell Us How You Really Feel
14: On the (Neglected) User in Copyright Law
12: Well THAT Didn't Take Long
11: DHS to Music Industry: It's Your Intellectual Property, *Not* Your Computer
11: You Should Be
10: Apple Trying to Patent "Tamper-Resistant" Software
10: How You Can Help Stop Sony's DRM Abuse
09: EFF Stops Pharmaceutical Giant from Using Trademark to Silence Medical News Website
08: Perhaps
08: On the P2P Problem: Where Do We Go Now?
07: Grokster Gives Up the Ghost
05: More on the Horror...the Horror...the Horror
04: The Horror...the Horror...the Horror
04: Who Holds the Liability Bag?
04: Just the Facts, M'am
03: Why We'd Kill the Web If It Was Born Today
03: Stop Blizzard Spyware with Sony's Rootkit DRM
03: Reining In Schroeder
03: Sony/BMG Still Not Coming Clean About Rootkit DRM
02: Felten's Four-Step Recovery Program for DRM Abusers
01: What's So Eminent About Public Domain?
01: A New Kind of Halloween Document

October 2005
31: Yale Conference: Regulating Search, December 3
31: If It Quacks Like Malware...
31: Alito on Copyright
31: Speaking Volumes, Part II
30: Button Up for Creative Commons
30: Sounding the alarm for interoperability
29: Attack of the Printing Press
28: Dvorak on Creative Commons: Now I Get It
27: Copyright and the Evolution Wars
27: What She Said
27: Colleges Shouldn't Be Cops, Either
27: RIM Delay Denied
26: A Copy Is As a Copy Does
25: 53MB of Copyright Violations
25: Could Blackberry Be Shut Down? Doubt It
25: Word of the Day: Coulrophobia
25: Metatags or Meta-DRM?
24: Why "DRM" Are the Most-Hated Letters
24: The Broadcast Flag for Dummies
24: Speaking Volumes
19: Publishers Pile On
19: DVD Jon Gets A Real Job
19: Content Communists
18: Danger, Wil Wheaton
17: Redefining "Copy" in the Digital Era
17: Leggo My Ego
17: Little. Yellow. Cracked.
17: A Charter for the Future of Intellectual Property
15: EULAlyzer
15: DRM Your Breasts
14: iTunes 6.0: If I Can't Crack It, I Don't Want It
14: Delicious
14: I Spy With My Little EULA
13: DRM Is Not a Contract, Part II
13: Hacking Is Not Fair Use
11: Cahill and the Blogger: Anonymity ruling helps us all
10: Anthropologie Sues Wal-Mart for Stealing Boho Chic
10: Dear Recording Industry: You're Being Had
10: Stopping the Signal: Broadcast Flag Update #2
07: DRM Is Not a Contract
07: Why Your Mom Keeps Telling You to Wash Your Hands
07: Surprise: Your Reps Actually Listen When You Complain About the Broadcast Flag
07: Google Goes to Washington
07: Lessons from Oz
06: Is _That_ What This Is All About?
06: Legal Protection Resources
06: You Lose Some
06: Australian High Court Deals a Blow Against Ubercopyright
06: RIAA looking to break "record" button on satellite radios
05: Amen
05: Danke Schoen
05: Night of the Living Broadcast Flag
03: And When Force is Gone, There's Always Mom. Hi Mom!
03: Music (Download) Money Muddle
03: Metoo!
03: Peter Suber: Does Google Library Violate Copyright?
02: MPAA Sock Puppets on Parade: Who Supports the Broadcast Flag?
02: In Praise of First Sale, Part II
01: More on Microsoft/Eolas
01: Wassup at WIPO

September 2005
30: US Alone in Fighting Development Agenda
30: Stopping Bad Law Before It Becomes Bad Law
30: In Praise of First Sale
30: Whaa?
29: RentMyDVR. Buy my lawsuit?
29: Compare and Contrast
29: Northern Rights
29: Results 1 - 10 of about 1,490,000 for foot bandage
29: It's Not Like the Broadcast Flag - It's Worse
28: Until You're Ready for OpenCourseWare
28: Microsoft Desperately Searching for Stake and Holy Water
28: The Word from WIPO
28: The Pizzaright Principle
27: More on "Middleman" Rights for Webcasters
27: More Rights Are Wrong for Webcasters
26: At What Price, Injustice?
26: The new threat: Subway map sharing?
24: Patry Reverses Course on Google Print Library Project
22: Google Print Library: Clash of the Titans
22: Verizon's Deal with the Dev..er, Disney
22: A New Guide to Freeing Your Speech on the Internet
21: Sue All the World; Sue All the Children
21: Tempest in a Tunepot
21: Google Print: a Story in Modern Web Harmony
21: Google Sued for Massive Copyright Infringement
20: More on the Stealth Push for Webcasters' Pseudo Copyrights
20: Family Values
20: Felten on How MovieLabs Will Fail
20: Brandy Karl Stole the Tarts
19: Future of the Digital Commons - MIT Communications Forum
19: One IP Right to Rule Them All
15: The meaning of TiVo's DRM bug
14: Kids: Understand the USPTO's reality distortion field
14: Blog Vacation
09: RIAA to Congress: Give Us Control of Digital Radio
09: Rip, Mix, Share (TV)
09: Open Rights Group Has a Blog
08: Portrait of the Copyfighter As a Young Man
08: What Can't You Do With the New IPod Phone?
08: RIAA in Santangelo Case: Umm...Can We Do Over?
08: When MSM Won't Comply, Control Them (or Beat Them Up)
07: Waking the Sleeping Giant
07: Wal-Mart = Copyfighter?
06: Patricia Santangelo Speaks
06: Canadian Copyfight: Geist Rebuts Recording Industry Spin of KaZaA Ruling
06: Roberts vs. the Future
05: Australian Court on KaZaA - Stop: Napster Time
04: There Is No West Coast on the Internet
02: The Latest IP Crime: "Box-Wrap" Patent Infringement
02: What Good Are Blogs Anyway?
01: The Customer Is Always Wrong: A User's Guide to DRM in Online Music
01: Courts on DMCA: You Can Repair Products, But You Can't Improve Them

August 2005
31: How Creative Is Creative?
31: Cross-Platform Media Player Will Support Microsoft Multicast Media Streaming
31: Your Employee IP Agreement May Become a Non-Compete
30: On Microsoft's "Position" vis-a-vis Hollywood
30: Santangelo Lawyer: There's No Limit to the People We'll Represent
30: They Shoot Emerging Markets, Don't They?
30: Peerflix
29: Next, MPAA Will Pass Stamp Act, Establish Discriminatory Levy on Tea
29: Do It Right Or Not at All
29: Blogging RIAA v. the People
29: Redefine Bootleg
28: Architecture and Copyright: Order Without Law?
26: Lending? To Whom?
26: All Kids Love Log!
26: Copyfight-Colored Glasses
26: Yet Another Reason to Go to the FMC Policy Summit
26: To DMCA or Not to DMCA - Australia Decides
25: Free/Open Source Software Law Center Looking to Hire
24: Grokking the 'Ster
24: HOWTO: Keep Up with Copyright Scholarship
24: Jon Stewart on Filesharing "The Daily Show"
24: Fed. Circuit Smacks Down Bad DMCA Decision Re: Independent Repair Techs
24: Gaiman Audio Excerpt
24: CDT Endorses Broadcast Flag
24: A Novel Kind of Library
24: Open DRM = Dry Water
24: Pretty Please with Sugar on Top?
24: Lord Save Us From Patent Reform
23: When Libraries Try to Compete
22: A Missed Opportunity
22: Filesharing Amnesty - For Real, This Time
19: How Now, Smart Cow?
18: How Do We Preserve "Essence of Library"?
18: More on the Mother of Acrimonious Acronyms
17: Copyfight Quote of the Day
16: Dave Matthews Band v. DRM?
15: Google Print Is As Google Print Does
15: P2P Now Number 2
15: The Copyfight Down Under
15: Blogito Ergo Something
15: Why Wait for Apple?
15: Google Print Library: Shoulda, Coulda, Woulda
15: What the DMCA Is "Good" For: Marginalizing Open Source
15: Unregulated, Unprotected Access to Readily Available Facts
14: Where It's At: The Picker MobBlog
14: I'm Still Not Buying It
12: Your "Million Dollar Idea" Is My Million Dollar Idea
12: Siva Vaidhyanathan: Google Is Right to Hit Pause on Library Plans
12: If You Build It, They Will Come
12: Dumb Ideas, Part 3 - Competing Standards
12: Said, Didn't Say
12: Google Sells Out Users to Publishers
11: Dumb Ideas, Part 2
11: Dumb Ideas Never Die
11: Just a Little Bit More Than the (IP) Law Would Allow...
11: Using Others' Names Creatively
11: And the EFF Blog-a-thon Awards Go To...
10: Who Are You Calling a Thief?
10: The Berkman Center Is Hiring
10: Open Source, Open Access, Open Science
09: Your PC = = A Toaster
09: Where Does Hollywood Make Its Money?
09: Coopt Yourself Before Someone Coopts You?
08: The Mother of Acrimonious Acronyms
08: Links on the Periphery
07: The Chill Felt 'Round the World
07: Cracking the Books
05: First Test of New Anti-Camcorder Law
04: Granick on "Ciscogate"
04: Piss Off SCO, Go to Jail? (in Europe)
04: Blackberry Case Gets More Complicated
03: Entertainment Industry Pretending to Have Won Grokster Case
03: Rabble Browsing
03: Things to Keep an Eye On
02: Battle Brewing Over Network Neutrality
01: Question the Nominee
01: The Difference Between Software and Drug Patents
01: Declan on IP Policy Laundering in Canada
01: Coming Attraction: Measuring the DMCA Against the Darknet
01: DRM Inside
01: That Breaking Sound You Heard Was MS's New DRM
01: Gaiman on Audio & MP3 CDs

July 2005
30: What Does "Copyfight" Mean?
29: Hammers and Mercury Again
29: Patry on the Senate Commerce Committee on Grokster
28: Give Hatch a Going-Away
28: Future of Music Policy Summit 2005 (Sept 11-13)
28: Does the UK Need an EFF?
28: Behavior is Always More Complex
27: Library Journal Talks to Siva Vaidhyanathan
27: Brother, Can You Spare a Patent License?
27: You Probably Can't Blog at Wal-Mart Either
27: How Microsoft Is Selling Out the Public to Please Hollywood
27: Biting the Hand That Buys From You
27: DRM Chops Off the Long Tail
26: Talking 'Bout a Revolution
26: Quantify that Obscenity, If You Please
25: EFF Blog-a-thon Deadline Extended!
25: Coordinator of International Intellectual Property Enforcement
25: Taking a Page from Microsoft's Book
25: Reader's Guide to the Orphan Works Roundtable
24: Copyfighter's Karma
22: That's Not a Copyfighter
20: The Upside of Misunderstanding
20: Post-Grokster Lawmaking?
20: Mining the Nominee's Views
19: EFF Launches Blogathon for Freedom
18: Copyfight Up North
18: A Shared Playlist for Copyfighters
15: HYMN Project
14: Hyperlinking Considered Infringement Down Under
14: Downloads Up, CDs Down
13: No Kidding
12: Cringely's Podcasts
12: Classical Myopia and the BBC's Beethoven
12: Opening Up the Wayback Can of Worms
12: (Permission) Culture Study
12: More Schooling for Posner
12: Patents "More Burden Than Benefit" at Venture Level
11: Canadian Judge Issues Harry Potter Gag Order
11: Sony-BMG Deal with iMesh?
11: If You Put Your Fingers In Your Ears And Sing "La La La!" Very Loudly...
11: Copyfight - the Conference
11: Hollywood Breaks Losing Streak?
11: Brazil and Abbott Labs Reach Deal
09: Thou Shalt Not 'Ster, Part II
08: Toward a Common Market for Digital Rights
07: Prayers
07: Torrent to the People
06: More on Sling(boxes), Arrows, and Outrage
06: Slings and Arrows of Outraged Hollywood
06: EU Parliament Votes Down Software Patents, 648-14
05: Grokster Decision Leads to Web 2.0?
05: Schooling the Judges
01: Justice O'Connor to Retire
01: Don't Get Confused -- Adjust Your Blogroll
01: A Grokster Quid Pro Quo for Copyright "Incumbents"?
01: Grokster Pop Quiz: How Liable Are You?

June 2005
30: James Boyle on EU Software Patents: Question Your Assumptions
30: Is Bram Cohen Guilty of Grokster "Thought Crime"?
30: Home Taping Saves Shared Culture
30: Robot Renegade IP Maximalists
28: Thou Shalt Not 'Ster
28: What Wall Street Tells Us About Grokster
28: Whither Movies?
27: There, Isn't That Better?
27: That's the Question
27: Fred von Lohmann on How to Read Grokster (Again)
27: And in the Other Corner...
27: Grokster Q & A with Gigi Sohn
27: Susan Crawford: The Supremes Got Grokster Just Right
27: EFF on the Supreme Court Grokster Ruling
27: And Now, a Word from the Grokster Defense
27: MGM v. Grokster -- What Happened?
27: Supreme Court Reverses Grokster -- Unanimously
27: Open Access Denied
27: Story Updates
26: Patry Has Spoken
26: On Grokster Punditry and Power Laws
26: More from SCOTUS Blog on Where to Watch Grokster
25: More on the BSA's 'Statistics'
25: How to Read the Supreme Court Ruling in Grokster
24: Lies, Damn Lies and BSA Statistics
24: Friday Fun Stories
24: No, Really. No Broadcast Flag This Time
24: Wish I Was There
23: The Waiting Is the Hardest Part, Part II
23: BlogHer on Bloggers' Rights
23: The Waiting Is the Hardest Part
23: Psst - Copyfighters Meta-Blog Grokster
22: Broadcast Flag Hasn't Snuck In Yet - Danger Hasn't Passed Though
21: A Belated Birthday Message to Support Free Culture
21: The "H" Word
21: Podcast in iTunes Now - Why Wait for Apple?
21: iTunes Design Dispute
21: Rolling the Music DRM
21: Blizzard v. BnetD Oral Arguments - Listen for Yourself
21: Scrivener's Error Replies to Stallman
21: If Literature Was Patentable, Would Great Novels Be at Risk?
20: More Reports from the Blizzard v. BnetD Oral Arguments
20: Broadcast Flag to Sneak Through Senate Tomorrow?!?
20: Blizzard v. BnetD - Just As Important As Grokster?
20: Stealing the David
20: More Cringely on Apple-Intel
20: More IP Maximalism Than You Can Shake a Stick At
20: Canadian Pay Radio
20: Not Today
17: Axiomatizing Software Patent/Copyright Terms and Statutes
17: How Stupid Are BitTorrent Users?
17: From a Torrent to an Avalanche
17: Let's Make It a Threesome
17: Who Is He Talking About?
16: Let Them Eat Cake
16: The Church of Copyright
16: PSP Hacked, Nobody Surprised
16: Oxford Lucks Out
15: Rush Limbaugh: Copyfighter?
15: United Way CTO Fires Salvo at Fundraising Patents
15: BSA Frustrated that People Actually Analyze Their Copyright Infringement 'Statistics'
15: 21 iTunes Per iPod
14: EMI Joins BMG in Customer Harrassment Program
14: Behind the OECD Report
14: Using the DMCA for "Good"?
14: Obviously We're Not Using Enough of Google's Disk Space
13: Do You Know Your Rights?
13: HarperCollins Fights Secondary Market
13: NYT on the Freedom to Tinker
13: The Street, in Real Time
13: Making Copyright Work for Democracy
13: Following JD
13: No Demonstrable Link Between Filesharing and Lost CD Sales
13: Free Science in the Public Interest
13: Your locked-down digital future
11: A Little More Bread to Finish the Cheese
11: Right On
11: Why Copyright Needs a Remodel
11: Where's the Carrot?
11: iTunes Isn't Number Two, After All
10: Taking Derivatives, or How Many Copies Fit on a Disc
10: Patent Suspension? Or Let Them Die?
10: iTunes Now Number Two
09: The cutting edge of licensing rights
09: Rep. Barton Defends Fair Use
09: Grease and Desist: The Musical
08: Gratz on Shrinkwrap Licenses for Books
08: The legacy of Jack Valenti
08: A Copyfighter's View of the Apple Move to Intel
08: It's Not About the DRM, Stupid
08: Collage Artistry Ain't No Sideshow
08: Linkable + Thinkable: The Ernie Miller Special Edition
07: Shrink Wrap Licensed Books
07: A Photofinish for Copyright's Unintended Consequences
07: A Kind of Cover
06: Science Commons Promotes Open Access to Legal Scholarship
06: Fair use and grassroots media
06: Talking digital rights
06: Welcome to JD Lasica!
06: "Restricted Use" vs. "Licensed" Works
06: Apple Cultists: The Perfect Guinea Pigs for DRM
06: Because Giving the Customers What They Want Always Gets You Sued
06: Patry on Bridgeport: A Policymaking Riddle Inside an Analysis-Free Enigma...
06: The Right Question
03: Offering != Distribution
03: Users' Infringement Powers Napster Case
03: Whose Turn Is It to Call Off the Dogs?
02: When Congress Has to Blog Because Mainstream Media Won't
02: Fair Use Day - July 11
01: The Copyright Cartel: Hard at Work on the Panopticon
01: Teleread on the Entertainment-Copyright Complex
01: We Are The Law
01: CommDaily: MPAA May Not Seek Broadcast Flag in DTV Bill
01: Meanwhile, the Music DRM Marches On
01: Leveling the Journalists' Playing Field

May 2005
31: PostSecret
31: Will the RIAA Let You Share Music with Yourself?
31: Packing Light
31: Googlezon Down Under
28: Googlezon Deconstructed
28: What He Said
27: Broadcast Flag Rears Its Ugly Head in DTV Transition Hearings
27: Abusing Amazon Images
27: Free Culture RFC
26: Blankenhorn to Hollywood: Stop the Madness!
26: The Fire This Time
26: Point Counter... Oh Screw It
26: PWN3D by the Feds
26: More Fun With Distribution Models
25: Geist on Canadian Copyright Clashes
25: Where the Rubber Meets the Roadcasting
25: Hatch Subcommittee Meeting on "Piracy" Today @ 2:30 p.m.
25: New Terms of ART
25: Open Registration for Webcast Conference: "Pirates, Thieves and Innocents"
25: The Economist Rails on Flawed BSA Piracy Study
24: DC Circuit Rejects Challenge to Congress Removing Works from the Public Domain
24: Google's Scan Plan Draws Critics
23: BitTorrent Search
23: Piracy is Good, Part 2
23: Public Photography Becoming "Illegal"
23: What is the Role of the Anonymous Source?
23: Repositories vs. Spreaders of Knowledge
23: Collaborative Citizen Journalism
23: Copyright Holder Nixes Performance of Play Due to Race of Performers
21: A Shameful Act of Censorship and Betrayal
20: Intellectual Property Justice League
19: 50 Cent Ain't Sweatin' Da Repercussions of P2P
19: Canadian Appeals Court Denies P2P Subpoenas
18: Big-time Copyright Geekery over at Patry's Blog
18: Pesce on Hyperdistribution, Part 1
18: Ganging Up on the Copyright Office
18: David v. Goliath - Starring Warren Beatty as David
17: EBay Wins Another Round
17: Pesce on Piracy
16: May the Farce Be With You
16: CBLDF Knocks Out Censorship Law
16: How Much Profit Is In Downloadable Music?
13: "Broadcast Flag?" "Yes, Master?"
13: Negativland Has No Business
13: In the "Are you S**tting Me?" Category
13: MPAA vs. TV Lovers
13: St. Lawrence Univ. Abuses Copyright Law to Determine Identity of Anonymous Bloggers
13: Peter Beagle's Alternate Distribution Experiment
12: Record Labels Squashing Cover Ringtones?
12: Layman's Starter on Fair Use
12: Yahoo! Jumps! Into! Music! Game!
11: More on a Common Platform for Copyfighters
11: Subcontinent Copyright Wars
10: Evolution of iTunes
10: Online Journalism Investigating Itself
10: A Patent System Gone Awry
10: Kaleidescape Loses Round One; DVD Group Continues Assault on Video Servers
10: Did Frank Zappa Invent Music Downloading in 1983?
09: Swim Together, Sink Together?
09: Will the Broadcast Flag Rise Again?
09: Hilary Rosen Laments Apple's DRM Strategy
06: Court on Broadcast Flag: You Can't Hide Elephants in Mouseholes
06: Broadcast Flag Regulation Shot Down
05: We Want YOU to Help Protect Orphan Works
05: The Republican Tech Agenda
05: Microsoft Loses a Round in Eolas Patent Case
05: Australia Considers Codifying Fair Use
04: Gives New Meaning to "Rent A Cop"
04: "Podcasting" Experiment
04: Patents and the Software Industry
04: Apple Gets Support
04: Good Faith, No Belief
04: Follow the Money
04: More on the "Edelman Effect"
04: Fear-to-Peer Debate @ Princeton, May 6
04: Alert the Troops
04: Are Filesharing Penalties Unconstitutionally Excessive?
04: DRM Non
03: On Copyfight Battle Strategy
03: How to Fight Spyware (Effectively)
03: These Aren't the Nodes You're Looking For
03: Zuckerman on How to Blog Anonymously
03: Join the Party Party!
02: Process Patenting the Internet
02: Brilliant
02: I Can't Believe It's Not Cory
02: US Rejects Canadian Rejection of DMCA
02: Doonesbury vs DRM
02: A Price of Licensing

April 2005
29: Surprise! Students Disagree with Gonzales on File-sharing
29: Mickey Mouse Joins Public Knowledge
29: Creative Commons Star Wars?
29: Because a Nationwide Outcry Wasn't Enough the Second Time Either
29: When More is Too Darned Much
29: New Copyright Law Blog
28: Help Break the IP Stupidity Pact
28: Kembrew McLeod v. Dean Garfield on P2P
27: This Data Just Wants to Be Public
27: Fortinet Settles over GPL Violations
27: Yeah, But It Still Has 1/10th the Market Share
27: Felten Debuts "Dashlog"
26: Roget's New Millennium Reveals the Truth!
26: Cracks in Omerta
26: First File, Least of their Problems
26: VoIP South of the Border
26: P2P TV? Nein!
25: Engine vs. Caboose
25: Fabulous Presentation on Beatallica & Ulrich v. Sony at Signal or Noise
25: French Court Outlaws DRM?
23: Frank Field on Boyle's "Deconstructing Stupidity"
23: Solum Reviews "Free Culture"
23: Happy Birthday, Free Culture!
23: Listen or Die
22: More on the Family Movie and Copyright Act
22: DMCA, the Right of Access, and Consumer Choice
22: The Revolution Is Thirsty
22: James Boyle on Copyright Stupidity
22: Fred von Lohmann on the Family Movie Act
22: Tech Reality != Business Reality
22: Art, Expression and New Tech
22: Some Downloading Is Legal (and Updates Every 6 Hours)
21: RIACLU Studies Obvious
21: House Hearing on Patent Reform: What's Up?
21: Felten on the Family Movie Act
20: Intertrust Up, Macrovision Down
20: What, Exactly, Did Congress Propose to Legalize?
20: Pope Palpatine I
20: Publication, the Public University, and the Public Interest
19: Uses for Useless DRM
19: Interesting Video re: Software Patents
19: Someone Hire This Kid
19: Conservative Copyfights
19: When Are You Going to Sue the President? - the Website
18: Rated LG: Legal Guidance Suggested
18: What the Cartel Thinks
18: Tiger, Tiger Suing, Right?
18: A Bigger Threat than P2P
18: One Hopes the Results Will be Public Domain
18: When Are You Going to Sue the President? - Transcoded
18: The Women of IP Law & Policy: More than a Footnote
15: When Are You Going to Sue the President?
15: Because Suing Your Customers is SO Effective
15: Shades of Burst
15: Nation Won't Let Nation Touch Its Preciousssss
15: Comcast Sued, Studios Settle
15: Starbucks Seeks to Patent Evil
15: Typically, the Major Labels Have Lost Interest
15: PyMusique Hackers Back to Crack Napster
15: Usher Journalist Definition Project
14: An Un-Funny Onion Story
14: What Happened This Week @ WIPO
14: Do You Know Where That Picture Has Been?
13: Tools for Participatory Culture
13: Love Me, Love My iPod Playlist
13: Am I a Journalist?
13: How to Free Your Speech
13: BBC Rips, Mixes Creative Commons
13: Aharonian on IBM's Patent Hypocrisy
13: Whither MusicNet?
13: President Bush: Fair User or Darknet Thief?
13: SCOTUS Are You Paying Attention to the PSP?
13: More Science, More Evidence
12: Geist, Copyright, and Canadian Medicine
12: News Organizations Speak Out in Apple Case
12: Half-Time Report from WIPO
12: The Law and Economics of Blogging
12: Court Stops Payment on Hollywood Royalty Check
12: A Torrent of Government Documents
12: Jamming the Charts
12: Fired For Sharing the Public Domain?
12: Andrea Dworkin, RIP
12: Grouper: A Baby Step for Your Aunt, A Giant Leap for Copyright Law
12: IFPI: The World's "Nicest" Litigators?
12: Jail or CDs - You Decide
11: Bloggers Speak Out in Apple Case: Journalism Is a Verb, Not a Noun
11: EFF Posts Day 1 Notes from WIPO Meetings
11: Threatening America's Most Cherished Economic Assets
11: Clash of the Titans
11: IBM: Profit Through Sharing
11: A Fresh Take on WIPO
11: Do As I Say, Not As I Do
10: "Creative Archive" Poised for a Trip Back to the Future
10: Copyfighter of the Week
09: The Return of the Boston Strangler
09: WIPO Politics, Quantified
09: Canadian Copyright Continues
09: Death of the CD?
09: Still More on the "Is Linking Legal" Question
09: Movie Downloads, Maybe
08: News Groups, ISPs Weigh In on Apple v. Does
08: Hal Varian on Grokster: It's the size of the pizza, stupid
08: Two Birds with One Stone
08: Bollier on US Hypocrisy Regarding IP Policy for Developing Countries
08: Felten on the Interoperability Wars
08: Gigi and Mike on Grokster
08: Petition for Users' Rights Under Canadian Copyright Law
08: Weinberger Blogs "Signal or Noise 2"
08: Conferences: Signal or Noise, Cyberlaw in the Supreme Court
07: How Not to Get Fired for Blogging
07: The Supreme Court Rules
07: Linking? Nein!
07: Congratulations, EFF Pioneer Award Winners!
07: What the Entertainment Industry Really Wants to Do to the Internet
07: RFC on Capitol Records v. Naxos
07: You Say Tomato, I Say Tomato
06: Grokster Transcript Available
06: The long tail of future TV?
06: Open-source webcasting tool
06: On Balancing Idealism and Realism
06: Pssst
06: WIPO Spins Lockout of Civil Society Groups
06: A Common Law Expansion of Copyright?
06: Cruel Intentions
05: Mark Cuban on the beginning of the end of CDs
05: Fred von Lohmann: Noncommercial Gripesites Rejoice!
05: Chronicle of Delocator, Located
05: Chronicle of a Birth Told
05: EULA/Anti-EULA
05: ICANN ".travel" Scandal
05: Trademark, URLS and the UDRP
05: Michael Madison on DMCA Misuse
05: EU Parliament Gives EU Council a Free Pass on Software Patents Debate "Glitch"
05: Relocate the Delocator
05: I'm Not Only a Member of the Hair Club for Men, I'm Also...
04: Starbucks Delocator, Delocated
04: YACC - (Yet Another Cool Conference)
04: You Want Standing?
04: Induce: The Second Coming?
04: Grokster As a Lovers' Tiff
04: Copyright "More Important than God" Part II
04: Gearing Up for "World IP Day"
02: Copyright Decision Deals Blow to New Technology
02: Welcome, Walt!
01: No Joke: Grimmelmann Live-Blogs 'Global Flow of Information' Conference
01: En Route to Grokster, Valenti Signs Betamax Tape
01: Looks Like Cory's Gotta Call Fred Again
01: Siva Vaidhyanathan Fires Ann Bartow
01: Canadian court stays decision
01: Doctorow Issues DMCA Takedown for BoingBoing Parody Site

March 2005
31: Grokster Tea Leaves: Justice by Justice
31: Stand and Deliver
31: M&Ms - The Dark Side
31: EBay wins another round
31: Tasini comes to the database world
30: Matthew Yglesias: Copyfighter
30: Gratz Fixes "Orphans" Errata
30: Miller on Armstrong on Grokster
30: What He Said
30: Parody is still protected, right?
30: Fred & Larry Tag-Team on Grokster
30: Go, Joe
30: Wait - There's More
30: Mark Cuban: Q & A on Grokster
29: Copyfighters Ready for Their Close-up
29: NYT on the Grokster Oral Arguments
29: C-SPAN: Fred von Lohmann v. Theodore Olson
29: Scalia: How Can an Inventor Know How an Invention Will Be Marketed?
29: Supreme Court Worried About "the Guy in the Garage"
29: MGM v. Grokster: The Showdown
28: Welcome, Blawgers
28: A-listers on the Copyfight
28: Why Microsoft Won't Fight the Broadcast Flag
28: The revenge of Sapir-Whorf
28: Alternative Music Compensation: The Big Mac Plan
28: Updated Geist column
28: MGM v. Grokster: A Field Guide
28: All Your Internet Are Belong to Us
28: The Fish & Chips Defense
28: Sony Day
27: Mark Cuban Comes Out
25: Dinner with Wendy Seltzer
25: Hammers and mercury
25: TOS for Citizenship
25: Penalizing computer users
25: United States v. WIPO's Development Agenda
25: How to Fix the Orphan Works Problem
25: Hollywood Profits v. Technological Progress
25: Copyright, Copyfight
24: More Grokster Coverage Than You Can Point an Aggregator At
24: When IP kills
24: Blogger-friendly election rules
24: Copyright Reform Update: Canada Moves Toward Balance
24: On Trade Secret Law v. Free Press
24: Thinking more about PyMusique
24: Reason #85,0027 That Business-Method Patents Suck
24: Pick your lock
24: Clam up! Or not...
24: Panning about
23: Letting them speak for themselves
23: Consumer groups weigh in
23: Dogbert copyrights stupidity
23: EEJD = = Excellent
22: EFF Files for Appeal in Apple v. Does
22: Bollier on "OurMedia"
22: Google Alchemy
22: Johansen Reopens iTunes "Security Hole"
22: CIS Event: Cyberlaw in the Supreme Court
22: FEC to bloggers - relax
22: Je Suis la Propagande!
22: Those whacky French
22: Finkelstein Picks 'Em
22: Doctorow, Scoble & Schwimmer on Google's AutoLink
22: Felten on PyMusique: What Really Happened
22: How Does the US Justice Department Do Legal IP Analysis?
22: Penning new Pan
21: Goodbye, PyMusique
21: Grokster Webcast
21: A Declaration of Technology Independence
21: Self-Healing Networks, Part 2
21: Self-healing networks
21: WIPO Shenanigans via RSS
21: Music Wants to Feel Free
21: Hacking Harry
19: Why Apple Should Stop Threatening Journalists
19: On Trademarking the Color Brown
18: How many copyright violations per page?
18: What was RIM v NTP actually about?
18: EBay lost, but may have the last laugh
18: Burst won? So says Bob X
18: Signal or Noise 2
18: Anyone got a stake handy?
18: MAKEing Copyfighters
18: Felten Updates Godwin's Law
18: Something for Marty
17: Countdown to the Grokster Showdown
17: Free Fiona!
17: Johansen Creates DRM-Free Interface to iTunes
17: IP for banks
17: Swiftel BitTorrent case to test Australian DMCA-alike
16: DMCA cases post-mortem
16: Copyright Bull***t
16: NTP, RIM settle
16: Quote of the Week
15: First Hilary Rosen, Then Fritz Attaway
15: "Journalist" Is a Verb
15: Welcome Back, Beatallica
15: Good News from the Broadcast Flag Fight
15: Seltzer on the Copyfight and Democracy
15: Sony DRM Incompatible With Its Own Devices
15: Michael Geist: Government Information Wants to Be Free
14: More on Marvel v. NCSoft
14: Up, up, and... well, not quite away yet
14: Freeze!
14: del.icio.us Does WIPO
14: IM as performance art
14: Apple v. Does: The Real Deal
14: Burst update
13: On Protecting Journalism and Democracy
13: What's So Fair About Fair Use?
11: Bubble bursts
11: "Balance" at WIPO
11: French Court Says Downloading for Private Use May Be Defensible
10: WIPO Comics Remixed
10: Torrent torts down under
10: Hold on there, hoss
10: What You Can Do About WIPO
10: Help Send the Grokster Team Off to Victory!
10: Canadian MP: Handcuffing Students Won't Help Artists
09: Journalogging
09: French "Felten" Fined for Posting Security Research
09: Roundup: Apple v. Bloggers
08: AZ Copyright Conviction
08: Back to that theory about illegal links...
08: Cal-Induce Now a Mandatory Filtering Bill
08: Copyright "Thievery" Gives You Undereye Circles
08: How to Save the Orphans
08: Are Fox News Reporters "Journalists"?
08: What Happens When You Have a WIPO Meeting...
07: Risks of patents in the EU
07: Nasty business, this music-sharing
07: Declan on blog journalism
07: Balkanize the net
07: WIPO Shutting Out Public Interest Voices
07: The Politics of Spectrum Control
07: European Council Gives Software Patents an "A"
07: Rebirth of a Nation + Q&A at Harvard this Friday (Mar 11)
07: Mike Godwin Has a Blog
06: A Journalist Is As a Journalist Does
06: Yeah, Right
06: Make: The Magazine for Reverse-Engineers
06: The Comedy of the Commons
06: Build Your TV!
06: The Question Grokster Will Answer
05: The Connection Between IP and Social Justice
05: The Long Tail vs. Lessig
05: Copyfighter's Library in Your Palm
05: Stay Free! to FEC: Come and Get Me, Motherf***ers
05: Resistance Is Not Futile
04: Conservatives on Grokster: Don't Legislate from the Bench
04: IP Attorneys: EFF Wants You
04: Apple v. Bloggers - No Ruling Yet
04: Thinking through the numbers
04: NYPL Digital
04: Design for reading, linking, aggregation
04: No, Blogging Will Not Be Regulated by the FEC
04: FEC to bloggers: shaddap and siddown
04: Don't block, just "improve quality"
04: Grokster, Ye Harlot
04: *Of Course* the Government Should Decide Who Can Speak!
04: Apple 1, Bloggers 0
03: Get Your Civic Voice On
03: The Fine Art of Sampling
03: Grokster Press Conference Now Online
03: The Incentive for Keeping P2P Illegal
03: Growing Disquiet at WIPO
02: For Your Ears Only
02: Torts, Retorts, and Distorts
02: Slashdot: Here's Why P2P Is Valuable
02: Eben Moglen & Co. on Grokster: Look Past the Rhetoric
02: Media Profs on Grokster: Don't Forget Fair Use
01: Berkman Profs: Betamax Ain't Broke. If There's a Problem, Let Congress Help.
01: Intel: If Betamax Ain't Broke, Don't Fix It
01: Let's make downloading more attractive
01: Venture Capital Speaks
01: Familiar Bedfellows
01: Grokster Ass-Kicking Commences

February 2005
28: EU Software Patents Moving Forward
28: Sue your customers, now with extra vitriol
28: Copyright As the Engine of Censorship
28: This Is Your Brain on Copyright Law
28: What's Next on Capitol Hill?
28: Killing P2P Will Stop Internet Porn
28: I Dunno, I Kinda Like My Digital Media Hobbled
28: On Creativity, Or The Tale of the Squawking iPod
27: Bill Thompson Retracts
27: Fred von Lohmann on Google's Auto-Link
27: Free As In...TV?
27: Do Not Taunt Happy Fun Ball
27: It's About Freedom
26: Groklaw News Picks
26: This Isn't a Copyfight
26: A2K: All Ye Need to Know
26: Larry on CC and "Moral Rights"
26: Understanding the Spectrum Wars
26: Ink Think Blink, Part II
25: Blogging Against Commercial Culture
25: Help Save the Orphans
25: James Boyle: Public Information Wants to Be Free
24: Your ISP Knows You're a Dog
24: P2P for academic geeks
24: Open-source press?
24: What's Your Poison?
24: Mo' Better Siva
24: What's Up With WIPO?
23: EULA Nets Careful Reader $1,000
23: Patents vs. Science
23: Ink Think Blink
23: Crawford on BF Oral Arguments
23: God created love; God created boobs too
22: Judge Says FCC "Can't Regulate Washing Machines"
22: Apple Bites Students; the Woz Bites Back
22: Stay Free - The Blog
22: Going Back to the "Future"
22: Gary Shapiro on the Environment for Innovation
21: Court Denies Lexmark Rehearing
21: Thank You, Guardian!
21: See Michael Think
21: See Derek Think
21: Copyright Criminals - the Trailer
21: No Mandate for Broadcast Flag Tech Mandate
20: Even Lars Approves
20: Ouch, There's a Patent in my Palm!
19: Grokster Update: Time Out for the US Solicitor General?
19: Notable + Quotable
19: How Does Your EULA Suck?
18: Speaking of Which...
18: Bright ideas, delivered to your desktop
18: Can your voice be heard on IP?
18: It's a shame those UK viewers are so...
18: Broadcast Flag "Just As Important As Grokster"
18: New Law Proposes Reduced FOIA Fees for Bloggers
17: Everybody into the pool
17: Copyfight: The Documentary
17: What They Said
17: What He Said
17: Tattoo Artist Sues NBA Star for Copyright Infringement
16: Susan Crawford: What Would Ben Franklin Do?
15: The One Where Richard Stallman Calls Bill Gates a Communist
15: Gizmos. Up Close and Personal. Feb. 22
15: Canada's Copyfight Explained
15: The Vision Thing Does Copyfight
14: More on who's a journalist
11: Thank You, Dutch Parliament!
10: Poland Can't Do It Alone
10: Look But Don't Reverse Engineer
09: Ready for Your Close Up, Mr. Lessig?
09: Toward a Kinder, Gentler Debate?
08: Toward a Kinder, Gentler WIPO
08: Uh Oh
08: Gigi Takes High Road, Reaches Middle Ground
08: Palm: How to Lose Fans and Alienate Developers
08: Hollywood Gambling on Orphans?
08: Ed Felten Predicts Post-Grokster Confusion
07: Harry Potter Author to Sue US Army Over Copyright?
07: David Post Predicts Grokster Will Be Overturned
06: RIAA Sues Dead People
04: Comments Are Back
04: Are Bloggers Journalists?
04: The DMCA wants to be violated
04: Commons, Anyone?
04: Comments, Anyone?
03: BitTrickle
03: Ding Dong, the EU Software Patents...
03: Something for Nothing
03: The DMCA Is to the Eiffel Tower As...
03: Don't cross the Dell and HP streams
02: Information wants to be paid for
02: The Hegemony of the Copyright Treatise
02: Teaching Still Legal
01: See, Apple deserves bashing
01: Mark Cuban on Grokster
01: Listen (Shhh) to What the Librarians Say
01: The Other FUD
01: Software Doesn't Infringe Copyright, People Do
01: DRM Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry
01: An Apple by any other name

January 2005
31: Copyfighters at Speakers Corner
31: Enough Already with the Crocodile Tears
31: On Copyright Law and Myopia
31: The Digital Millennium Canada Act
30: More on Copyright v. Culture
30: Eyes on the Copyright Fight
30: Kill P2P to Save TV?
30: Myth(TV) Becomes Reality
29: Build-in Against the Broadcast Flag Mandate
28: Why EFF Is Fighting Apple
28: Won't Someone Please Think of the Orphans?
28: What Can't I Do Today?
28: The Enclosure of the Parking Commons
28: Breaking It Down
27: Cookie-right
27: Smearing Gigi
26: Lasica Burns the Broadcast Flag
26: Anti-porn, anti-IP
26: Dr. Alan Wexelblat Joins Copyfight
26: DHB looking to open our Eyes to the Prize again
26: "Ready to Share" Conference, Jan. 29
26: On Creative "Originality"
26: Cory's Copyright Speech Video
26: Letter from Santa to RIAA
25: Grokster Pessimism
25: Once More Into the Betamax Breach
24: Grokster Briefs via RSS
24: The Grokster Briefs - Same Old, Same Old?
24: EFF Announces Endangered Gizmos List
20: Righting Copyright: Fair Use and "Digital Environmentalism"
19: California Senator Wants to Throw Ed Felten in Jail
19: A New Kind of Induce Act
18: A New Kind of Civil Disobedience
18: And You Thought Region-Coding Was Only for DVDs
17: On Rathergate, DRM, and Fair Use
14: Come Hang Out with IPac - Monday, Jan. 17
14: How Does IP Law Affect Art?
14: Where the "Wow" Went
13: And the Winners Are...
13: Let a Thousand Googles Bloom
13: Gates on "Creative Communists"
11: Apple v. Bloggers
11: IBM Does a Creative Commons
11: Jailed for a Song
11: Canada's (Copy)fight for a National Digital Library
11: EFF Is Not Representing Think Secret
10: Siva Vaidhyanathan RFC
10: EU Software Patents? Think Again
10: EFF to Apple: Back Off
07: Lessig on "Creative Communists"
07: New Berkman White Paper: Content and Control
05: EyeTV: Get Your Fair Use While the Getting's Good
05: What's a Clip?
05: Ed Felten's Predictions for 2005
05: Cory in Pop Sci: How Tech Sold Us Out to Hollywood
05: DRM for DVDs Remains a Stupid Idea
05: Reform Copyright, Stimulate Economic Growth
04: Grey Album Named Best of 2004

December 2004
20: Copyfight on Holiday Until Jan. 4
17: Wishing You an Un-Merry Christmas
16: More on Schultz v. Patents
16: Eli Noam on P2P
16: P2P for CC
15: Siva Vaidhyanathan RFC
15: EU Publishes Copyright Consultation Submissions
15: Finalists for Arts Project Moving Image Contest
15: Linkable + Thinkable: Google Edition
15: Title 17 v. Reality
15: Tiny P2P
14: C-Span on Digital Libraries
14: Copyfight Scorecard
14: Trump Violates Patent Law
14: Google Wow
13: Software Patents Circumvent EU Parliament
13: Patent Systems Don't Tax Innovation, People Do
13: Good Santa/Bad Santa
13: New MPAA Lawsuits Target BitTorrent, eDonkey
13: "Freedom v. Control," Dec. 15
13: ACS Sues Google Over "Scholar" Trademark
13: Patent Vulture Firms Circle Broken Patent System
13: How to Support IPac without Selling Your Soul
12: Hero Worship Break
12: All Your Fair Use Are Belong to Us
12: Zittrain on the De-Evolution of the Net
12: The Cure for Infringement
12: In the Future, Everyone Will Have Fair Use for 2-4 Weeks
11: Teen Given "F" for Nuanced Thinking
10: Internet & Society 2004 - the Scoop
10: Mystery Solved
10: Turkewitz Sets Straw Men a-Dancing
10: Breaking News: Cert Granted in Grokster
09: How to Fix a Broken Patent System
08: DVD CCA on the Prowl
08: FTC Sticks Up for P2P
08: High-Stakes File-Sharing Case Seeks Supreme Court's Ears
07: Keeping Up with Berkman
07: FCC as Backdoor for Failed Copyright Law
07: Australian Govt. Reconsiders Copyright Legislation
07: Smells Like Free Culture
07: What's a Blog?
06: Digital Mix Conference, December 10
06: Piercing the P2P Myths, Part II
06: New Wu
06: Artists on P2P
06: Blogs v. Big Media
06: Berkman on Copyright in EU
04: Software Patents = = WMD
04: A Blogger's Defense Fund?
04: Sony v. Kottke: Point/Counterpoint
03: She's Gone Digital
03: What's a Blink?
03: Supreme Court to Hear Open Access Case
03: L'il Infringers
03: TiVo and the New Copynorms
03: Who Let the Dogs Out?
01: Where to Watch the KaZaA Trial

November 2004
30: By the Way
30: How to Get In the Game
30: Copyright Reform Is Not a Spectator Sport
29: When EULAs Bite
29: Piercing the P2P Myths
29: It's Starting to Look a Lot Like Eldred
29: Beyond TiVo (Or Not)
23: Not That the IP Extremists Are Gonna Take That Lying Down
23: US Proposal on Webcasts Sidelined
22: Judging IP Policy on Its Merits
22: Jumping Off the Omnibus
22: Perfect 10 Sues Google
21: The Future of Digital Media
21: Copyright Odyssey 2010
21: Fair Use -- for $350
18: Journalism Happens
18: Whoomp, There It Is
17: Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed
17: Copyright Wars 101
17: On the Birth of TiVo-tising
17: Blogging WIPO 2.0
16: Copyright Mashup Remains a Threat
16: Kids Smell Bull***t
15: Grimmelmanniacs Rejoice
15: On the Roots of Copyright Activism
09: RIAA bloodlust not satisfied with 12-year-old Brianna, sues 10-year-old downloader
08: The Grokster Case - Once More Into the Breach, Dear Friends
08: Postal Service to Promote Postal Service
08: Mitchell v. Project Gutenberg .au: Lawyer Surprised by Effect of C&D
03: In Recovery
01: Krispy Kreme goes after 36-year-old ice cream stand for TM infringement
01: E-voting Night(mare) Watch

October 2004
29: Boyle Responds to Epstein on Open Source Sustainability
29: NY DA Appeals Bootleg Decision
29: Sony BMG Inhales
29: Aren't There Any Terrorists Out There?
28: NBC Chief to Congress: Please help save the Copyright Clause!
27: Copyright Balance Gone With the Wind?
27: I'm Mad As Hell, and I'm Not Going to Pay For It Anymore
26: The Key to a Good (Fair Use) Defense
26: More good Lexmark quotes
26: Lexmark ruling: Chock Full O' Nuggets
26: Sixth Circuit reverses Lexmark DMCA Ruling
25: More on Me2Me: Market No Savior
25: The Real Threat: Me2Me
25: Wendy Seltzer: The Engadget Interview
24: Fisher on P2P Crisis and Opportunity
24: INDUCE's biggest threat: Me2Me apps
23: Bang Bang Maxwell's Silver Ecomonic Model of Copyright Comes Down on First Monday
22: The Difference Between Larry and Siva
22: Bush, Kerry Want to Save Betamax, Grokster
21: Whatever Happened to the Induce Act?
20: Who Holds the Copyright to the Universe?
20: Too Much, Too Little, Just Right
19: How Do C&Ds Affect Fair Use?
19: Copyright Takedown Experiment Reveals Horrible ISP Policies
18: HBO freezes fair use; plugs analog hole
15: Disney Caught Pirating from Public Domain -- and Children!
14: Verizon lawyer chats about online privacy and RIAA case
14: Banner Day
14: Senator McCain shows spine on IP; defends controlling your own TV/DVR
14: Olsen Twins take a page from Arnold's playbook; threaten t-shirt maker
13: DoJ Endorses PDEA, Induce Act
12: FvL on Grokster Cert Petition
12: Supreme Court Denies Cert in RIAA v. Verizon
08: Copyright Mashup in the Works
08: New Patent-Battle Hotspot: WiFi
08: BusinessWeek: Are the Copyright Wars Chilling Innovation?
07: Induce Act Runs Out of Gas
07: Phew
06: Creative Commons Blows Up
06: Meet the New Induce Proposal, Just as Bad as the Old Induce Proposal
06: CNN Abusing DMCA Takedown?
05: Sivacation
05: Copyright v. Democracy
05: Another Strike at IP Uber Alles
04: Massive Victory for Copyfighters
04: Oregon's (Donald) Duck
04: Tackling Canada's Cultural Deficit
03: Click Here to Allow Unlawful Restraint of Trade
01: Click Here to Lose Your Fair Use Rights

September 2004
30: Free Speech Vindicated in OPG v. Diebold
30: Induce Act Stalled
30: BSA Steps Back Into the Ring
30: Induce Act Rhetoric Kicks Up a Notch
30: WIPO 2.0, Part II
30: Father of MP3 Format says DRM is killing the Digital Music Industry
29: God and MGM at Stanford
29: And More on the PDEA
29: More on IPac
29: Part of PATRIOT Struck Down
29: PDEA + Induce = Very Bad Law
29: A Tax on Innovators
28: Yet Another Way to Say No
27: Closing Canada's "Innovation Gap"
25: Quoth the Nazgul, "Nevermore"
25: Copyright Terms Must Have Limits, Part II
25: Toward a Gentleman's Agreement on Copyright
24: Induce Act 2.0
24: Copyright Terms Must Have Limits
23: Permission Culture v. Education
23: The Induce Act - the View From Across the Pond
22: WIPO 2.0: A Declaration for the Future of IP
21: Induce Boosters Send Email to Grammy Members
21: Cory on the Creative Archive
20: Cutting Patent Claims Back Down to Size
20: Linux Australia "Shot in the Dark" by MPAA
20: Induce Act on the Move
15: MIA
13: Stop Induce & Save Betamax - Call Congress on Sept. 14
13: This Is Your Brain
11: Calling the DRM Bluff
10: What the Fox Proposes for the Henhouse, Part 2
10: Updating the Copyright Clause
10: Hasta La Vista, Balance
09: Books Were Written
07: RIAA Lobbyist: DRM 'up or INDUCE is gonna getcha
06: M$ for Choice? - Er, Not So Much
03: What the Fox Proposes for the Henhouse
03: The Importance Of...Listening to Ernest
02: The Irony of Digital Music DRM -- More Choices, Fewer Options
02: Know the Enemy 2: The LA Times Talks With Dan Glickman
02: M$ for Choice
01: HDTV: Engineering for Incompatibility
01: Know the Enemy: New MPAA Chief Dan Glickman

August 2004
31: Skylink Wins! Fed. Cir. Shoots Down Chamberlain's DMCA Claim
31: Copyright and Cultural Damage, Part II
31: The Willful Blindness of Jack Valenti
30: The Boston Globe Editorial Board ! = Copyfighters
30: New York Times Editorial Board == Copyfighters
27: When You're the Schoolyard Bully, Everyone Has to Play with You
27: Reform(aliz)ing Copyright, Part II
26: Patenting Punctuation
25: Reform(aliz)ing Copyright
24: Judge Posner: Misuse Remedies for Copyright's Chill
24: This Song Is Our Song
24: Alt.InduceAct
24: A Different Kind of Hollywood Contract
23: SP2 Bandwidth Suck Leads Colleges to Block MSFT Updates
23: What's Wrong with the Induce Act?
23: On Innovation - How Holy Is the Grail?
23: Boston Globe Touts Grokster, Slams INDUCE, Plugs EFF's VCL
23: The Pixies ride the New Wave of Internet Distribution
23: Call Me Dick
23: Posner Blogs on Fair Use and Copyright
19: The Grokster Decision - Where It's At
19: Powerful Language from the MGM v. Grokster Decision
19: Ninth Circuit Affirms Grokster v. MGM Ruling
19: Hypocrite, Thy Name Is Real
18: Induce Act = Farm Subsidies
18: Head of DoJ Task Force on I/P Speaks
18: Grokking Gilmore
17: Copyright and Cultural Damage
17: NYTimes Publishes Anti-INDUCE Op-Ed
17: Competition to Apple: Get Real
16: Future of Music Coalition on the INDUCE Act
16: Weasels, Ferrets and Beagles, Oh, My!
13: State AGs to Al Gore - Fix the Internet!
12: Guest Room
11: No Crystal Ball for outcomes of proposed copyright changes
11: Outta Here
09: Ok/Cancel: The sunk costs of innovation vs. litigation
09: Monday Must-Reads
07: FCC Out of Copyright
06: Copyright Law Wasn't Made for You and Me
06: Disney's Not-So-Hidden Agenda
06: The Induce Act - Surgically Enhanced
06: A Spin-Spin Solution
05: TiVo's Pyrrhic Victory
04: Freedom Fest 2004
04: "We the Media" Book Review
04: There's One Born Every Minute
03: Perfect 10 Ruling Rates a 2
03: Bobblehead Manufacturer Settles with Schwarzenegger
02: Notable + Quotable
02: Jack Valenti Says Goodbye in the LA Times
01: Embargo Lifted

July 2004
29: More Free Music Than You Can Listen To
29: Two on Tethers
29: Apple vs. Real: A DRM Story
29: Apple vs. Reverse Engineering
29: Oops - I Seem To Be Standing On Your Shoulders
29: This Use Is Fair Use
28: Guess I'm Going to Have to Buy the White Album Again
28: The 9/11 Report -- A Bestseller from the Public Domain
27: IP and the Internet Meltdown
27: Barbie's In a Blender
27: Lessig's Free Culture on Third Printing Despite/Due to Free Downloads
27: Parodist Fined for Getting People Interested in Politics
27: Are You Experienced?
27: Woody Guthrie on Copyright
26: Movie Industry Exercises Restraint
26: Bravo
26: Rip, Mix, Sue
26: On Fair Use and Politics
25: GD gets its GIF Back, Patent-Free
24: You Bought It. They Own It.
23: RIAA Goes After Store that Supports Music Sales
23: On the Difficulty of Retrograde Motion
23: Hatch: Even More Wrong
23: The Induce Act - The Video
22: Hollywood (Finally) Turns on TiVo, Part II
22: Book Review: The Anarchist in the Library
22: The Induce Act - The Blog
22: A Call for a Wiki of the 9/11 Commission Report
22: Listening to the Induce Act
22: Is Your Computer a Loaded Gun?
22: Hollywood (Finally) Turns on TiVo
22: Same Blawg Time, New Blawg Channel
21: Software vs. Music Infringement
21: Surprise! Competitive Enterprise Institute Finds INDUCE Act Anti-Competitive
21: Duke University Induces iPod Education
21: Them's Fighting Words
21: The Induce Act Hearing: Just the Facts, Ma'am
20: What You See Is Where You Are
20: Audible - Do Not Distribute, Alter or Edit Audio of 9/11 Hearings
20: Judiciary Committee To Discuss Induce Act Thursday
19: Story of Our Times
19: TiVo for Radio in the UK
18: Landes and Posner on the Political Economy of IP
18: U.S. Clings to "Britney" Business Model, Japan Asks Why We're Not Interested
18: Rock and Roll Scheduled to Enter Public Domain in Europe Soon
17: Freedom to Fisk
16: Fair Use It Or Lose It - More Talking in the Library
16: NET Caucus Posts H.R. 107/DMCA Event Webcast
16: Audible Magic Only ...an Illusion of Security?
16: eBay Quietly Tests Facilitating Sales of Digital Downloads
16: Reading Between The Lines
16: Copyright Term Cheat Sheet
16: Copyfight's Guide to LawMeme's Guide...
14: Bush Backs Fair Use
14: Seltzer on "OutFOXed"
14: Fair Use It or Lose It, Part III
14: Speaking of Acacia
14: IP as "Property": Point/Counterpoint
13: Totally Jeffersonian
13: Online Colloquy: Fair Use & Academic Publishing
13: EFF Dodges Silver Bullet, Debunks Audible Magic
12: Fox on Fair Use: Lose It
12: University Press Refuses to Be Fair Use Guinea Pig
12: Absurd Copyright Claims Collection
11: Fair Use It or Lose It, Part II
09: Buzzkill at Doctorow's Car Audio Paaartay
09: NY Times on DVD DRM
08: Camera & Cell Phone Batteries = Next DMCA Frontier?
08: BMG Sells It Like It Is
08: Cars + WiFi + Digital Music = Induce Bait
08: RCN's New Tethered Music Service
08: Will Someone Please Think of the Pornographers?
08: EFF's Top Ten Patents That Shouldn't Be Granted
07: Fair Use It or Lose It
06: The Induce Act - Got Questions?
06: Tech Companies Rally Against the Induce Act
05: A Tale of Two Tethers
03: Shout Out to JP
02: Culture of Hope
02: FCC Commissioner-for-a-Day
02: Backblog: The Induce Act
02: If You Build the DTV Revolution, It Will Come
02: Bloomberg on Hollywood and Internet Piracy

June 2004
30: Amazing Grace - the MST3K Definition
29: RIAA Wooing California District Attorneys with Free Drinks, CD give-aways
29: Hiawatha Misunderstands Again
28: More on Barbie's battles...
28: Mattel Spanked for Bringing Objectively Meritless Suit Against Artist
25: Should Libraries Let Patrons Annotate e-Books?
25: To Litigate or to Innovate
24: Ashcroft to Brewster Kahle: Get Lost
24: Playing RIAA Attorney for a Day
23: Government seeks Summary Judgment in Golan v. Ashcroft case challenging copyright restoration
22: Book Publisher Knopf Rattles Copyright Saber
22: Tiffany's sues eBay under shaky TM theory for failure to police counterfeits
21: Fourth Circuit Affirms that Passive Hosting/Viewing of Web Content without Knowledge is not Copyright Infringement
21: Bravo Zulu
21: Fair Use in Education: Point/Counterpoint
20: There, That's Better
18: Rep. Smith Introduces Clean Flicks Bill
18: DRM Is Bad for Monopolists, Too
18: CD DRM Keeps Music Off P2P Filesharing Networks
18: You Just Can't Trust BMW Owners
18: Some Good News - Support for Anti-DMCA Increasing
18: Hollywood Begging State AGs for Legal Help
17: Cory on DRM @ Microsoft
17: Declan on INDUCE Act
17: Should Have Seen the INDUCE Act Coming
17: All Your Public Domain Are Belong to Us
16: INDUCE Act is Free Speech Killer
16: INDUCE Act = Son of Hollings?
16: RIAA Killed the Radio TiVo
16: The Sony-fication of Apple?
15: Videogame Publishers Launch DMCA Lawsuit
15: OpenTextBook.org
15: DirecTV Drops "Guilt-by-Purchase" Strategy
14: Now Is the Time for All Good Men...
14: Lessig Legal Team Seeks Copyright Stories for Brewster Kahle v. John Ashcroft lawsuit
14: What Colour Is Your Paradigm, Part III
14: What Colour Is Your Paradigm, Part II
11: What Colour is Your Paradigm?
10: Wanted: Stupid Patents
10: Study on Copynorms in First Monday
10: Incredibly Dumb DRM Tactics - iTunes Example #1
09: WIPO - It's a Wrap
09: Monolith - An Uninteresting Experiment in Copyright
08: Statutory Copyright Damages- doing the math
08: BlogOn
08: WIPO - Notes from Day Two
07: WIPO - Notes from Day One
07: Defining "Copyfighter"
07: Defining Open Access
04: Blogging Copyright Infringement
04: WiFi WANs and LANs
03: Ms. Peters Tells Her Side of the Story
03: The Rise of the Videogame Sprite Comic
03: Commercials - Rip, Mix, Post on a Website
02: Burning DRM's CDs
02: Cable Theft or Cable Sharing?
01: It Is All About Locking Down the System
01: Canada to Embrace Permission Culture?
01: Fruit Baskets, Free Riders, and Fair Use
01: First Sale Hurts Videogame Market Claims Gamespot Guest Columnist
01: Dumb Mobs

May 2004
28: Of Chimps and Copyrights
28: Slater on Miller on Hutchings on Von Lohmann on iTunes
27: Danish Alternate Compensation Scheme for Porn
26: PIRATE Act Sneaking Through Congress
25: UnFairPlay - Prior Art
25: From Japan, a Broadcast Flag Preview
25: UnFairPlay: Von Lohmann on DRM v. Competition
25: Must Read Must-Read List
25: Die Duckomenta
24: Calif. "True Name" Bill Passes Senate - Sponsor Misleads About Purpose
21: How Has Copyright Restoration Harmed You?
21: Liberals, Conservatives Favor Different Kinds of Censorship
20: Roll On, Golan (v. Ashcroft)
20: Penn State v. Education II
20: Penn State v. Education?
20: New NPD Study: P2P Recommends CDs for Its Users Who Buy CDs
19: How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love the Past
19: The DMCA on (Mock) Trial @ Caltech
18: Lawsuit Launched Over Schwarzenegger Bobbleheads
17: Compromising Darknets
17: Free Ringtones
17: Post-ILAW Post
15: What I Missed
14: Fair Use - Theory v. Practice
14: Talking About an Evolution
14: Lessig on Free Culture, Squared
14: ILAW Field Notes
13: Internet "Governance" - Is There a There, There?
13: Another Reason to Support the DMCRA
13: Lessig & Zittrain on Regulating Speech
12: Common Sense on Compilation Copyright- The Dorothy Parker Case
12: Is Congress Ready for DMCA Reform?
12: No Infringement = A Lesser "Kill Bill"
11: Trifecta: Legal P2P?
11: Sony Electronic's Sad, Preventable Decline
10: Fair Use Gets Fair Play on Capitol Hill
10: Copywrongs and Godwin's Law
08: Romantic Notions II
08: DRM is a Folding Chair
08: Romantic Notions
07: Copyfighters @ ILAW
07: Furdlog on Cynicism and DRM
07: The Latest Hollywood Movie Villain
07: Why Use DRM If It Doesn't Work?
06: Video Art or Copyright Crime?
05: More on Cynicism, Indecency, the FCC and the Broadcast Flag
05: Plus Dessert
05: Two Great Tastes...
04: Tales of DRM Terror
04: Volunteers to Conduct Broadcast Flag Treaty Survey Sought
03: The New "Piracy Surveillance" - Whither Due Process?
03: Free Strategic Advice for the RIAA
03: Musician Survey Says P2P lawsuits aren't helping
03: The Broadcast Flag is Well-Designed Regulation
01: Valenti on the Little (Engineer/Linux User) People

April 2004
30: Free Speech? Not on the Gubernator's Watch
30: Schwarzenegger Threatens to Sue Over Bobblehead Doll
30: iTunes Hacker on Australia's "DMCA"
30: Australia's "DMCA" - The Bad News About the Good News
29: Meet The New iTunes, Less than the Old iTunes
29: Copyfight Quote of the Week
28: One Way for the RIAA to Go on the Offensive
28: Bush/Trump Mash-up Raises Copyright Questions
28: The Best Defense is a Good Offense
26: It's All About the Distribution - Free Speech, Telecomm and Copyright
26: Defining Speedbumps
23: Brewster Kahle on Universal Access to Human Knowledge
23: Trusted Computing/DMCA v. Diebold's Pentagon Papers
23: CFP: Gmail v. Corporate Mail
23: 1,000 Songs is Enough
22: FBI Raids Public Schools in AZ
22: CFP, Take 2
21: MichaelFroomkinWiki: Are You Copyright Experienced?
21: Start Your Engines
20: Bad Faith Fair Use
20: The Killing Fields of Free Culture
19: Prelude to a CFP
19: Bad Patents in for a Spanking
19: Take Me to Your Movement
19: Court Rules Yoga Nonprofit Has Standing for Declaratory Judgment suit against Bikram
19: Shoulda, Coulda, Woulda
19: Take Me to Your Leader
19: IAAC - I Am A Copyfighter
18: Reimagining Mickey Mouse
18: Blogging CFP, ILAW
18: Wendy Seltzer on Free Culture
18: Fake "Clean Slate" Gone - How About a Real One?
17: Did the RIAA illegally lobby the FCC for digital radio DRM?
16: Copyright in Fireworks Displays
15: The Logical Incoherence of Universal DRM
15: AT&T Wireless to ID radio songs
15: Salon on Groklaw's Open Source Approach to Legal Research
14: Bowie and Audi Team Up to Mash-Up
13: Support Our Troops: Legalize Music Sharing
13: PK's Gigi Sohn on how the FCC is screwing Up digital media
13: Copyright Education Done Right
12: Felten, Boorstin and Filesharing
12: All the News That's Fit to Re-post
12: Annotated Potter and a Call to Support Marginalia Generally
12: Felten's Grand Unified Theory of File-Sharing
12: Where Have I Heard That Before?
09: Canadian Politician OK with P2P
09: Dashiell Hammett and the Case of the Public Domain
08: Broadcast Flag, Supersized
08: The Year 1632 Was a Good One for Copyright
06: Free Culture - The Collaborative Chinese Translation Edition
05: All Your Time Shifting Are Belong to Us
05: NYT on UNC/Harvard P2P Study
03: Wilco Accepts P2P, Applauds Donations from Downloaders
02: FCC Ya Later
02: WiFi Hotspot
02: Crawford Addresses Copyright Office
02: EFF Announces Two New Blogs
01: Gmail and Copyright (or The Revenge of Moore's Law)
01: Clarke Unhappy with Remixed Campaign Culture
01: Amazon Receives Patent on Browser Cookies; Stallman Protests

March 2004
31: Record Labels Using "Pirate" Data to sell more CDs
31: Is Hollywood Undercutting Music Sales?
31: Rental Nation
31: Remix, Reuse and Vote
31: Korean Copyright Owners Demand Reduce Functionality for Cellphones
30: Piracy in Progress
30: Your Permanent Record
30: The King of Copyright Has Left the Building
30: Reuters on Headlines and Bloggers
30: The Annotated Lessig and Other Stories of Free Culture
29: Judge Posner: "Skillful Googlers" Reason to Preserve Privacy in Abortion-related Medical Records
29: New UNC Study Finds File-sharing Has No Effect on CD Sales
29: Listening to Larry
29: Berkman on iTMS
29: Copyrighting Headlines and Bloggers
29: Can the Walkman Become a Social Experiment?
28: To Jack Valenti - A Simple Goodbye
28: And the Meme Goes On...
28: Wish I Were There
28: Larry Flynt, Poster-Child for the PIRATE Act
27: Nashville Songwriters Lament Their Dying Profession
27: Errata
27: Funding the War on Filesharing
26: Potentially the Favorite Toy of Every Copyfighter
26: Center for Citizens' Media Proposal
26: Free Culture - Now With Even More Free
25: Copying Newspaper Headlines
25: Where is the ICANN Ombudsman?
25: UN Task Force Seeks Additional Control Over Internet
25: Copyrighting Newspaper Headlines?
25: Lessig's Free Culture is also Free Content
24: Slashdot Calculates RIAA Lawsuit Layaway Plan
24: Comictastic: Napsterize the Comics' Prize?
24: Real Hypocrisy
24: Larry's Latest Evaluated
24: The Creative, Scientific Commons
23: George Romero's Night of the Living Dead in PD; on Archive.org
23: Crawford on the Broadcast Flag
23: Birds of a Feather Volokh Together?
23: Music Format Shifting to be Legal in NZ
23: Breakfast Cereal Icons and Independent Creation
23: What Would You Say to the Copyright Office?
22: Bway To Offer RIAA-proof DSL?
22: Godwin/Public Knowledge on DRM
22: Eldred III
22: Copyfight--the Expanded Edition
22: Namespaces Will Collide. Let Them. Part Deux.
22: Return of the .XXX Top Level Domain
22: Slater on Sony
20: Scoping out Trademark Abuse Online
20: Voluntary Collective Licensing--Got the Picture?
19: FCC Moves to Regulate Hate Speech?
18: Trump Now in the IP Biz
18: Siva on Free Culture's "Scholarly Partner"
17: Mobile Phone Maker LG Clashes with Korean RIAA over MP3 Phone
17: Sharing Creativity: BNL & RvB
17: Another Hollywood Insider Caught With Hand in the Cookie Jar
17: Lessig on Copyright at OSBC
16: District Court Rules In Golan v. Ashcroft
16: RIAA Monitoring BitTorrent
15: Automakers Use Secret Codes to Fight Aftermarket Competition
14: User Rights Aren't Loopholes

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