2002 November 1 [1:31 pm]
(entry last updated: 2002-11-01 18:42:58)
A good article in the New York Times on international copyright enforcement (or not)
Aimster/Madster in the sights of the RIAA. The New York State legislature sees its own variant of the California 7-year-law
The Shifted Librarian updates us on the eBay bans on the sale of CD-Rs.
After today’s ESD.10 lecture, Chris Hardin told me that Siva Vyadhyanathan and Jonathan Zittrain will be giving a talk at the concluding forum of the semester, copyright and culture, in the MIT Communication Forum’s series at the MIT Media Lab’s Bartos Theatre on November 6 from 5-7 PM. Don’t miss it!
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An interesting look at the extent to which Chinese artists have to go to protect their intellectual property in a country where copyright is honored more in the breach than in its enforcement.
The "Madster" (Aimee Deep) has a weblog that you may want to see with a chronology of the fight..
A first person account of what lengths eBay and the RIAA will go to protect their distribution model.
You never know what you’ll find when you click on a link. The link for the upcoming Viadhyanathan boook led to a host of interesting content, including this NYTimes article on Viadhyanathan finding an unpublished Mark Twain manuscript on copyright.