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The Associated Press has an article on Emily Somma's Peter Pan character case in Author's suit claims copyright has expired on Peter Pan. Read more » about AP: Author's suit claims copyright has expired on Peter Pan
The Associated Press has an article on Emily Somma's Peter Pan character case in Author's suit claims copyright has expired on Peter Pan. Ms. Somma is represented by CIS. CIS Founder Lawrence Lessig, Jennifer Granick and Elizabeth Rader are working on the case. Read more » about Associated Press: Author's suit claims copyright has expired on Peter Pan
"The Unreal-Estate Boom," Wired Magazine
My long-gestating article on the real-world economies of virtual worlds is finally out, on newsstands and online, in the January issue of Wired magazine. It's a heart-warming tale of geekery and commerce, but if you just want the executive summary, it's just about all there in the headline and subhead:
The powerpoint and audio from SLS alumni Alex Alben, Vice President of Public Policy at RealNetwork's talk at Stanford law School titled What a Long Strange Trip it Has Been: The Birth of Online Music is now available at the SLATA (Stanford Law and Technology Association) web site. Read more » about Alex Alben's Presentation Available
Professor Lawrence Lessig's blog, the Creative Commons project, and the Chilling Effects clearinghouse are all cited as The Best of the Web in 2002, in an article in Law Technology News. Read more » about Law Technology News: The Best of the Web in 2002
Jennifer Granick is quoted in a New York Times article on the ElcomSoft trial, Russian Company Acquitted of Digital Piracy. ElcomSoft faced charges related to directly designing and marketing software that could be used to crack eBook copyright protections, plus an additional charge related to conspiring to do so. Read more » about Granick Quoted in New York Times on ElcomSoft Trial