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- Energy for Tomorrow Conference
- Brain Spyware
As if we don’t have enough to worry about, now there’s spyware for your brain. Or, there could be. Read more »
- Fair Use Project Amicus Brief
Fair Use Project Amicus Brief
The Fair Use Project, International Documentary Association, MPAA, and Film Independent ask the Fourth Circuit to recognize creators’ interest in repurposing copyrighted material for historical use. Read more »
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The CIS Blog
How Do You Ticket a Driverless Car?
You may be allowed to text while outside the car, but you can’t “drive” drunk.
Here's How to Legalize Phone Unlocking
In the wake of a public petition to allow people to unlock their cellphones for use on the wireless network of their choice, both the White House and the FCC came out in favor of a change in the law.