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How's that Kindle Daily Deal Working Out for You?
If you're Jim Hines, apparently pretty well . Hines reports on the experience of having his Libromancer selected for the cut-price (USD 2) deal. He reports that the result was a surge in sales, a competitive price cut from other retailers, and apparently there's some noticeable pull-through of...
Morel Denied Attorneys’ Fees In Long-Running Suit Over Photos Lifted From Twitpic
Daniel Morel uploaded iconic Haiti earthquake photos to Twitpic and shared them via Twitter. Getty Images and AFP republished the photos without permission, and Morel scored a big $1.2M verdict when when the jury ruled in his favor. However, the court denied his request for attorneys’...
UN Human Rights Council Appoints Special Rapporteur on the Right to Privacy
The Electronic Frontier Foundation is pleased with the United Nations Human Rights Council's (UNHRC) decision to adopt a resolution appointing a special rapporteur on the right to privacy. This decision is a key step forward for the UNHRC; it elevates the right to privacy to the priority level that the...
How The Leaked TPP ISDS Chapter Threatens Intellectual Property Limitations and Exceptions
By Prof. Sean Flynn, Associate Director, Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property (PIJIP), American University Washington College of Law Reposted with permission from, original here. I released a statement earlier today opining that the today’s leak of...

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"Is it legal for US military to scan the public's computers for kid porn? Law-enforcement...
David Kravets of Ars Technica has an article that begins, "A federal appeals court is having second thoughts about its decision frowning on the US Navy for scanning every computer in the state of Washington accessing Gnutella, a large peer-to-peer network." And at "Just Security," Steve...
Indiana Governor trying to boost sales of my book... showing the wickedness that religious exemptions require.
Texas Bill Would Make It Illegal for You to Film a Cop Beating You
Section 38.15 of the Texas Penal Code makes it an offense to interrupt, disrupt, impede, or otherwise interfere with "public duties," including those being exercised by a police officer. That's the law pretty much everywhere, of course, but the question...                   Related Stories...
The Latest Attempt To Slow The Revolving Door At The SEC
I have argued in a paper that the revolving door seems much less problematic than conventional wisdom would have it....

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