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CA Supreme Court Hears Trademark DeCSS Case

The CA Supreme Court heard arguments yesterday in DVD-CCA v. Bunner, an appeal from an Appeals Court decision overturning a lower court's injunction against publication of the DeCSS software, based on the publisher's First Amendment rights.

American Airlines vs. Farechase

CIS today asked a 2nd Circuit Appeals Court to overrule a decision preventing a software company from accessing and republishing webfares to help consumers get the best prices.

Documents and case history here.

CIS files Appeal with 2nd Circuit

CIS today asked a 2nd Circuit Appeals Court to overrule a decision preventing a software company from accessing and republishing webfares to help consumers get the best prices.

Antispam measure gains steam in House | CNET News.com

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.

Granick on Panel re: Privacy, Terrorism and Citizenship

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

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