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Phil Zimmermann

Philip R. Zimmermann is the creator of Pretty Good Privacy. For that, he was the target of a three-year criminal investigation, because the government held that US export restrictions for cryptographic software were violated when PGP spread all around the world following its 1991 publication as freeware. Read more » about Phil Zimmermann

Edward Lee

Professor Edward Lee is a Fellow and Special Advisor to the Center for Internet and Society. Previously, he has served both as an instructor at Stanford Law School and a supervising attorney for the Center’s major litigation projects. He currently is involved in the Center’s constitutional challenge to the Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act and Section 104A of the Copyright Act, a provision that removes numerous works from the public domain granting them “restored” copyrights. Read more » about Edward Lee

Chilling Effects Clearinghouse

Chilling Effects Clearinghouse

The Chilling Effect Clearinghouse is a joint project of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Harvard, Stanford, Berkeley, University of San Francisco, and University of Maine law school clinics. Do you know your online rights? Have you received a letter asking you to remove information from a Web site or to stop engaging in an activity? Are you concerned about liability for information that someone else posted to your online forum? If so, this site is for you. Read more » about Chilling Effects Clearinghouse

Greplaw

Greplaw
Greplaw's goal is to create a frequently updated, highly interactive forum for the dissemination and discussion of legal news concerning information technology. We aim to bring together the top legal minds in the field and the technology-oriented individuals and organizations whose activities are the subject of IT law. Read more » about Greplaw

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