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Reboot Groklaw.net: an Open Letter to PJ.

The NSA is scary.  I get it.  I have slight­ly less sym­pa­thy for you (a U.S. cit­i­zen) as I am not a U.S. cit­i­zen — which makes my sit­u­a­tion all-the-more pre­car­i­ous, BUT:
GrokLaw is need­ed now, more than ever.  The war against … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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CRIA Caught Stealing the Cookie Jar: Nobody Surprised

I’m going to start with the head­line of a post to Michael Geist’s blog this morn­ing:  Cana­di­an Record­ing Indus­try To Pay $45 Mil­lion To Set­tle Class Action Over Copy­right Infringe­ment. Go Read.  I’ll wait.
Now I’d like to say some­thing stronger:  The … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Who’s Right? My Copyright Rant

Being a math­e­mati­cian at heart, I tend to return to first prin­ci­ples to resolve an issue.  To talk about the mod­ern mess that is copy­right and/or intel­lec­tu­al prop­er­ty, we’re going to con­sid­er the pur­vey­ors of this mess: cor­po­ra­tions.  Why is … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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