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.
Jennifer Granick is quoted in a CNet News.com article on Internet companies being sued for the actions of their customers, Ruling could threaten content protections. Read more » about CNet News.com: Ruling could threaten content protections
While CIS continues work on the D.C. Circuit appeal asking the Court of Appeals to reverse the Librarian of Congress's Order setting royalty rates for digital transmissions of recordings, the Copyright Office is already preparing for new CARP hearings to set the royalty rates for 2003-2004. Collegiate Broadcasters Inc. (CBI) is participating in the new CARP Proceeding to ensure that educational stations' special needs and views are represented this time around. Read more » about CBI Moves To Bifurcate New CARP
InfoWorld has an article on this past weekend's Spectrum Policy conference, Spectrum allocation draws intense debate. Professor Lessig is quoted. Read more » about Infoworld: Spectrum allocation draws intense debate
National Journal Daily's Technology Daily PM Edition has a short story on this weekend's spectrum conference in Views On Spectrum 'Commons' Have Something In Common. Read more » about Technology Daily PM Edition
Dr. Mark Cooper will discuss threats to the dynamically innovative Internet posed by the anticompetitive practices of advanced telecommunications network owners. Cooper’s new book, CABLE MERGERS AND MONOPOLIES: MARKET POWER IN DIGITAL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS, combines “new economy” concepts of communications platforms with traditional industrial organization concepts. Read more » about Mark Cooper 3/3
The Stanford Center for Internet & Society Spectrum Conference is mentioned in a New York Times article, Pondering Value of Copyright vs. Innovation. Professor Lessig is quoted. Read more » about NY Times: Pondering Value of Copyright vs. Innovation