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Copyright Thugs

Copyright Thugs
The SDMI, the RIAA and industry lawyers better get something straight: preventing piracy doesn"t mean you can punish researchers.
Industry Standard, May 7, 2001

Just Compensation

Just Compensation
Congress should help artists get paid without delivering the Internet into the hands of the big labels.
Industry Standard, April 9 2001

Adobe in Wonderland

Adobe in Wonderland
In its Alice e-book, the bottle marked "Drink Me" increases public freedoms but the cake marked "Eat Me" strengthens control over content. Adobe"s efforts to find the right balance are laudable.
Industry Standard, March 19, 2001

The Rules of Law

The Rules of Law
Consistency may be the hobgoblin of small minds. It is also a basic requirement of prosperity.
Industry Standard, December 4, 2000

Copyrights Rule

Copyrights Rule
Courts are racing to enjoin alleged violators of copyright law, taking no account of the effects on the development of the Internet.
Industry Standard, October 2, 2000

Behind the Curtain

Behind the Curtain
It"s the other side of the privacy debate: Allowing consumers to find out as much about business and government as they know about us.
Industry Standard, September 4, 2000

Right Back at Ya

Right Back at Ya
The question remains: What were the principles behind Bill Gates" position on the Justice Department"s case against Microsoft?
Industry Standard, July 24, 2000

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