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A Letter to Bill

A Letter to Bill
The pivotal question in the Microsoft case is the principle of the right to innovate. What principles will Bill defend?
Industry Standard, June 5, 2000

Battling Censorware

Battling Censorware
Copyright law is limited by the Constitution. But when there are conflicts with the First Amendment, some courts lean the other way.
Industry Standard, April 3, 2000

Cyberspace Prosecutor

Cyberspace Prosecutor
Before the courts race to join the content control freaks" chorus, they should pause to consider our national tradition.
Industry Standard, February 21, 2000

Patent Problems

Patent Problems
Every method of doing business in cyberspace by definition is instantiated in technology - code. Thus, every method becomes subject to a patent.
Industry Standard, January 21, 2000

The Net, Version 2000

The Net, Version 2000
Through code or through contract, business seeks to change the design of cyberspace to make it more commerce-friendly.
Industry Standard, December, 27 1999

The Code of Cyberspace

The Code of Cyberspace
Congress should help artists get paid without delivering the Internet. The Internet will not cause the "withering away of the state." If we"re not careful, government could instead wither the Net.
Industry Standard, December 6, 1999

Filtering Content

Filtering Content
In this world where business regulates instead of government, what do we do when business goes too far?
Industry Standard, October, 1999

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