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link Text of Justice David Souter’s speech

via Harvard Gazette Online

4 years ago

June 21, 2010
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He is telling us to stop dreaming of oracular judges with perfect answers to simple constitutional questions. He is telling us, in other words, to grow up.

4 years ago

June 21, 2010
link FCC Votes for Reclassification, Dog Bites Man

via Larry Downes

4 years ago

June 20, 2010
link The Battle for the Internet:

via The Volokh Conspiracy

4 years ago

June 11, 2010
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It’s not just the lawyers who are confused here. U.S. consumers, riled up by stories in mainstream media, seem to live under the misapprehensions that they have some legal right to privacy, or that the protection of personal information that can be enforced in courts against corporations. That is true in the E.U., but not in the U.S. The Constitutional “right to privacy” detailed in U.S. Supreme Court decisions of the last fifty years only applies to protections against government behavior. There is no Constitutional right to privacy that can be enforced against employers, business partners, corporations, parents, or anyone else.

4 years ago

June 11, 2010
link Congress to Review Telecommunications Law

via NYTimes.com

4 years ago

June 8, 2010
link A Third-Way Legal Framework For Addressing The Comcast Dilemma

via Broadband.gov

4 years ago

June 5, 2010
link PocketJustice

4 years ago

June 5, 2010
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Researchers from Microsoft have come up with a sensor widget concept that provides alerts and lets users control and monitor exactly what other users see from their webcams, microphones, and other live data streams.

4 years ago

June 5, 2010
link recent reading: Bartow on Zittrain

via Rebecca Tushnet’s 43(B)log

4 years ago

June 5, 2010
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4 years ago

June 5, 2010