- Universal CEO: Pirates Are to Pirate Ships, as Fans Are to iPods
"These devices are just repositories for stolen music, and
they all know it," Doug Morris says.
- RIAA Explodes at Claim That It's Unfriendly to Fair Use
Cary Sherman claims consumer electronics industry is
- Europe-based Legal Advice for Free Software Developers
New "Freedom Task Force" will be based in Zurich,
Switzerland, advising and enforcing the GPL.
- Crimson Tide of Litigation
University of Alabama asks court to forbid artist from using
"famous crimson and white color scheme."
- GNU's Not Anti-trust
Full judicial opinion and commentary on Daniel Wallace's
attempt to have the GPL declared anti-competitive.
- Does Opt-Out Copyright Violate First Amendment?
Larry Lessig's Kahle v. Gonzales is heard by the Ninth
- ITU Makes Bid to Control "Security in Cyberspace"
The new secretary general of the UN's ITU Telecoms
Development Bureau, Hamadoun Toure, wants to take the lead
in governing security issues online.
- Who's Censoring Whom?
State Net censorship monitors the OpenNet Initiative talks
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