Court for the District of Columbia has upheld a magistrate's order preventing peer-to-peer file-sharing defendants from proceeding anonymously. Hard Drive Prods. v. Does 1 - 1,495 , 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 137719
(D.D.C. Sept. 26, 2012...
warming isn't just about global temperature. That's the typical context, but
what about society's warming to an
idea or a transformation? One might argue that global warming is now turning up
the heat on copyrights. If this is true...
The European Court of Justice (Third Chamber) recently
ruled that general, indiscriminate monitoring cannot be forced upon ISPs in the
event of illegal music sharing. The ruling, a setback for copyright
representative Société belge des...
I ♥ SOPA. Not for its law but for its resilience. You have to appreciate its will to live, like the roach
surviving a nuclear winter. Its opponents laud, "SOPA is dead," but when they
turn away, something crawls forth from the ashes...