Tuesday, October 07, 2003
Jon Healey previews the re-release of Napster, scheduled for Thursday, and a proposal due out tomorrow from the Distributed Computing Industry Association designed to pay the music industry for works shared over P2P networks. ("New Napster to Play by Music Industry's Rules")
Jube Shiver Jr. analyzes the 9th Circuit's decision yesterday in Brand X Internet Services v. FCC (PDF), which struck down FCC rules preventing other Internet service providers from selling high speed access over cable networks. ("ISPs to Get a Crack at Cable Broadband")
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