The Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School is a leader in the study of the law and policy around the Internet and other emerging technologies.
Antispam measure gains steam in House
By Declan McCullagh
May 23, 2003, 7:16 AM PT
Antispam sentiment on Capitol Hill is growing, with a new proposal in
the House of Representatives promising to slap the worst bulk
e-mailers with prison terms and millions of dollars in fines.
Today at 4:00 PM, CIS Executive Director Jennifer Granick will be speaking on a panel at the Stanford Social Sciences Department on Privacy, Terrorism and Citizenship. Other panelists include:
Karen Cook, Associate Dean of Social Sciences, moderator
Laura Donahue, CISAC
Fred Turner, Dep't of Communication
Michael Keller, University Librarian
May 22, Thurs., 4:00 - 6:00. SSRC
Reading Room in BingWing of the Main Library
IP Justice Media Release
Contact: Robin Gross, Executive Director, IP Justice
firstname.lastname@example.org +1 415.863.5459
May 15, 2003
IP Justice Asks Copyright Office to Empower Digital Media Purchasers
Proposes Exemptions to Allow Users to Access DVDs, CDs, and Ebooks on Devices They Choose
Stuart Schechter et al., Trusted Computing, Peer-To-Peer Distribution, and the Conomics of Pirated Entertainment, May 2003. The paper argues that trusted computing architectures can be employed to protect P2P networks from technical and legal attacks by the entertainment industry.
This is the Appellate Court ruling in favor of the Cyberlaw Clinic position that the defendant in a First Amendment retaliatory lawsuit is entitled to attorney's fees if he would have been the prevailing party on a pending anti-SLAPP motion, even if the plaintiffs dismiss before the court can rule on the motion. Download file