Monday, March 27, 2006
- Tales from the Public Domain: Bound By Law; hard copy; Joi Ito re same
- Copyright Criminals: This is a Sampling Sport, a documentary by Ben Franzen and Kembrew McLeod; small WORLD podcast interview with producer Kembrew McLeod
- Google Tech Talks: "Google Tech Talks are designed to disseminate a wide spectrum of views on topics ranging from Current Affairs, Science, Engineering, Humanities, Business, Law, Entertainment, Medicine, and the Arts"
- The Wired GC unpacks the Wall Street Journal unpacking law bloggers
- Ruth Edlund giveth cookies and taketh them away, in Blawg Review #50
- Eric Goldman examines a new Northern District of California ruling regarding the availability of the Section 230/Communications Decency Act defense in a case against Yahoo!: "Normally, I never meet a 230 defense that I don't like. So it may surprise you that I think the court rightly rejected the 230 claim. . . . "
- Ever able to discern and warn of a wafting malodor, Jeneane Sessum reminds us: Don't forget to wash your hands.
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