June 28, 2005 | By Derek Slater

Grokster Around the Blogosphere

We're sure to have more here for you on Grokster, but don't miss the excellent commentary elsewhere. Ernest Miller has a round-up here, and group discussions are still going on at SCOTUS Blog and Picker MobBlog.

As we did yesterday, Aaron Perzanowski and Ernest Miller explore the fidelity with which the Court imported active inducement from patent law.

And some are already beginning to play pin the lawsuit on the technology. Mark Schultz and Ed Felten wonder what courts might say about BitTorrent.


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