(entry last updated: 2002-07-27 19:50:56)
Some more details on the Princeton-Yale lunacy at SFGate. It just gets stranger and stranger.
I find myself wondering if we’ll look back on this past week as the beginning of the end, or just a really awful low point in the annals of internet regulation. To read Doc Searls’ rundown of the week, I can’t tell which way things will go.
A nice article at Wired on the potential horrors of Berman-Coble. And more information on what’s the latest in the Peru-Microsoft game.
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- Microsoft is reportedly cracking down on internal P2P nets.
- ZDNet has a little more on the Australian decision allowing Playstation mod-chipping.
Michelle Delio describes in some detail just how noxious the Berman-Coble bill’s outcome could be.
- More information on Bruce Perens’ decision not to describe how to circumvent DVD region encoding can be found in this Wired.com article.
- Wired also has an update on the situation with the Peruvian legislation to require open source in government operations. There’s a Slashdot discussion<