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CIS Files Amicus Brief in Replay TV Case

CIS Files Amicus Brief in Replay TV Case

The entertainment companies are seeking a broad court order prohibiting EFF attorneys from reviewing -- or using in any way during the case -- the vast majority of the documents the court has ordered the companies to provide as part of the usual legal discovery process. The companies claim that EFF is a "competitor" with Hollywood because of public statements about copyright law policy and advocacy to Congress on pending and current technology legislation, including the proposed Consumer Broadband Digital Television Promotion Act. Read more » about CIS Files Amicus Brief in Replay TV Case

Information Technology and Libraries

"This is a first-rate and important book to read....The Web won’t go away, and neither will P2P file sharing, nor the next big thing that comes down the Internet pipe.....Perhaps the pendulum has moved as far as it will in one direction, followed by the inevitable return. In the meantime, read The Future of Ideas. It’s well worth your time."

Book Review, Tom Zillner, Information Technology and Libraries vol.21, no.3, September, 2002. Read more » about Information Technology and Libraries

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

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