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After debate, ABA House calls for publication of privately drafted standards used in legislation
A resolution calling on Congress to make privately drafted parts of the law freely available attracted accusations in the House of Delegates that the ABA was trying to give away other people’s intellectual property.

When federal agencies incorporate privately drafted standards into their rules by reference, Resolution 112, passed by the ABA House on Tuesday, asks Congress to make the relevant portion of those privately drafted standards available to the public online. The measure, sponsored by the Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice, was intended to advance the idea that the American public should have access to laws that regulate things like food additives, windshield safety standards and toy safety. (This was the subject of an ABA Journal feature in 2014.)
law  publicaccess  intellectualproperty  civics  aba  accesstojustice  regulation  copyright 
august 2016 by geephroh
U.S. Copyright Office - Fair Use
USPTO's official (and extremely terse) circular explaining Section 107 "Fair Use"
fairuse  copyright  law  intellectualproperty  uspto  legal 
may 2014 by geephroh
Leibovitz v. Paramount Pictures Corp., 948 F. Supp. 1214 - Dist. Court, SD New York 1996 - Google Scholar
Litigation over the use of Annie Leibovitz's pregnant Demi Moore photo in a promotional poster for the Naked Gun 2 movie. Paramount argued successfully that their unlicensed rendition did not infringe Leibovitz's copyright because the primary intent was parody under the fair use exemption.
law  intellectualproperty  ip  copyright  demi_moore  decision  annie_leibovitz  fairuse  parody 
january 2014 by geephroh
30c3: Through a PRISM, Darkly - Everything we know about NSA spying - YouTube
Via +Boing Boing: "The Electronic Frontier Foundation's Kurt Opsahl -- a brillliant digital civil liberties attorney who has been suing the US government and the NSA over spying since 2006 -- took to the stage at the 30th Chaos Communications Congress in Hamburg this week to explain in clear and simple language the history of NSA spying. Kurt lays out the tortured legal history of American bulk surveillance, showing how an interlocking set of laws, policies, lies and half-truths have been used to paper over an obviously, grossly unconstitutional program of spying without court oversight or particular suspicion." 
civilliberties  nsa  video  youtube  eff  law  legal  surveillance  presentation  prism 
january 2014 by geephroh
American Exception Series - The New York Times (2008)
"Articles in this series will examine commonplace aspects of the American justice system that are virtually unique in the world."
law  newsarticle  nytimes  civilliberties  civilrights  comparativelaw 
july 2008 by geephroh
In One Flaw, Questions on Validity of 46 Judges - New York Times, 5/6/2008
Prof. John Duffy at GWU discovers a constitutional flaw in the way patent appeal judges are appointed.
law  patent  ip  intellectualproperty  judiciary  constitution  gwu  uspto  nytimes  newsarticle 
may 2008 by geephroh
"Computer Forensics Faces Private Eye Competition," Baseline Magazine, 1/2/2008
Analysis of S.C.'s new statute limiting admissibility of digital evidence unless gathered by a state-licensed PI.
law  ediscovery  forensics  newsarticle  baselinemagazine  government  courts  evidence 
january 2008 by geephroh
Chilling Effects Clearinghouse
Joint project of EFF and a bunch of law school clinics to catalog attempts to chill speech on-line both by government and private interests.
freespeech  law  imt550  searchsimulation  firstamendment  internet  privacy 
may 2006 by geephroh
PCWorld.com - Yahoo Loses Appeal in Nazi Memorabilia Case
1/12/2006 report on 9th circuit ruling against Yahoo in Nazi memorabilia case from 2000
aclu  yahoo  newsarticle  searchsimulation  firstamendment  law  freespeech 
may 2006 by geephroh
Concurring Opinions: Do No Evil and Perhaps Do Some Good: Google, Privacy, and Business Records
Dan Solove's blog "Concurring Opinion." Discussion of the "third party doctrine" for subpoenas as it relates to the 2006 USG demands for Google search logs and the danger it poses to Fourth Amendment protections.
blog  imt550  searchsimulation  google  fourthamendment  law  civilliberties  privacy 
may 2006 by geephroh
SSRN-Digital Dossiers and the Dissipation of Fourth Amendment Privacy by Daniel Solove
Article from Southern California Law Review, Vol. 75, July 2002 by Dan Solove (GWU Law). Outlines new dangers to Fourth Amendment posed by "third party doctrine," particularly United States v. Miller, 425 U.S. 435 (1976) and Smith v. Maryland, 442 U.S. 73
imt550  searchsimulation  privacy  civilliberties  journalarticle  law  fourthamendment  pdf 
may 2006 by geephroh
Silenced - The United States of America
Privacy International's free speech and censorship overview for the US. A couple of years old (2003), but has a few interesting post 9/11 items.
privacy  google  law  imt550  searchsimulation 
may 2006 by geephroh
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