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Dan Wielsch

Dan Wielsch explores the evolution of technological architectures and legal institutions, focusing on the socio-legal implications of principles like modularization and e2e. In this context he concentrates on the intersection of antitrust and IP law. His general interests are in the fields of private, international, and constitutional law as well as political theory. Another emphasis of his thought is devoted to phenomena of self-organization.

CIS Files Appellate Brief For Webcasters in D.C. Circuit

On June 20, CIS's Cyberlaw Clinic, with Brooks, Pierce, McLendon, Humphrey & Leonard, LLP, filed a brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals in support of petitions for review of the Librarian of Congress's determination last year of royalty rates for compulsory copyright licenses that apply to webcasting. Download file CIS represents Beethoven.com, InetProgramming Incorporated, Internet Radio Hawaii and WhereverRadio. Brooks, Pierce represents Educational Information Corporation (WCPE FM).

Felten TC

Edward W. Felten, Understanding Trusted Computing - Will Its Benefits Outweigh Its Drawbacks? IEEE Security & Privacy May/June 2003, 60-62. Nice overview paper stressing that, from a competition policy perspective, the real danger of TC will be the power of application and service providers to deny interoperability with applications and services of competitors.

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