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Thursday, February 10, 2005

Copyright discussion difficult? I just don't see what's so hard about the basics: it's not property, it's a limited grant to spur innovation. *Resists urge to insert Princeton jab.*


TV Piracy. It's those darn TiVo's fault, somehow.

'It was easier before the computer.'

Miller makes nice distinction between copying and public performance.

Lessig on West Wing. Strange, but cool.

Middle ground?

Chicago parks are now copywritten.

Orphan works bill.

SSRN paper on the high cost of lawsuits.

Analysis of artist's earnings and copyright in a digital world.



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