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bIPlog has Moved!! Please Change RSS Feed and Links - bIPlog has moved to Boalt.org, the student organization for Boalt Hall, UC Berkeley's Law School. We have a number of new writers who will join bIPlog, including Aaron Burstein, Brian Carver, Will DeVries, Alex Eaton-Salners, Christen Lee, Elizabeth Miles, Aaron Perzanowski and Tara Wheatland. All are law students at Boalt, and active members at Boalt. It's exciting to have bIPlog expand with new folks writing on the topics of IP, security, privacy and digital media ....
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EFF Announces New Blogs - Deep. "Note worthy news links from around the internet." Mini. "A byte-sized companion to Deep Links." In the interest of choice, I'm hoping they do a demi. You know those marketing guys say that when you offer small, medium and large, by far the biggest seller is medium. Demi-link. How 'bout it? The tagline could read: "Like two espressos after lunch, with grappa. An EFF-correcto." Anyway, I'm thrilled the EFF has brought active blogging back ...
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Extension on Early CFP Registration - 7 More Days ....
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Last Day to Register on the Cheap for CFP... - Computers, Freedom and Privacy that is, Ap 20-23, 2004. The major tech policy conference of the year gets more expensive if you register after today. Act now Students are $75 today! And with a program like this, you can't justify *not* going to some of this (It's at the Clairmont Hotel in Berkeley) ....
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File Sharing Lawsuits At Berkeley - Well, everybody including Mark Cuban (the owner of the Dallas Mavericks who just started blogging) is talking about music and copyright somewhere, it seems. Cuban has suddenly become very active on Pho talking about the Leahy-Hatch bill proposing to make file sharing criminal. (Side Note: Mark mentioned a company he started selling powered milk as an example toward the entrepreneurial spirit he thinks the music business and RIAA should consider, instead of fighting file sharing ...
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China's Digital Future Conference at the JSchool Ap 30 and May 1 - Info here. From the invite: You are invited to a conference on "China's Digital Future" at the UC Berkeley campus on Friday & Saturday, April 30 & May 1, 2004, sponsored by the Graduate School of Journalism. The conference features a keynote address by Stanford University Law Prof. Lawrence Lessig and presentations by many scholars, technologists, business people and journalists who are experts on China. (Ed. Note: Jonathan Zittrain will be there too.) Check the ...
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PEW Asks Musicians... - What's the impact of the internet on your work. If you are a musician or songwriter, fill it out! Very important considering the "spate" of lawsuits that keep "flooding" consumers (sorry, just had to make fun of those words that those reporters overuse ). Jason Schultz does the math though, figuring that each filesharer would need to set aside $0.01483 cents per month average in order to cover settlements across all filesharers. But then Jason points ...
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Copyfight Grows... - Donna Wentworth sends news that some folks will be joining her: Elizabeth Rader, Ernest Miller, Jason Schultz, Aaron Swartz, and Wendy Seltzer. Good luck guys! And now to take off for 48 hours of much needed rest ....
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Spring Break... - Taking a couple of days off back Wednesday ....
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"You're Outsourced" Still Available - Donald Trump is trying to trademark "You're Fired" as of 2/4/04. (I think Fuck may still be available too. Or at least Fuck the FCC.) Courtesy of the Smoking Gun. Update: doncha just love how the press deals with IP? So ABC is talking about how Trump has filed a "copyright" request with the PTO, and Left, Right and Center on NPR just said that Trump has filed a "patent" request for "You're Fired." I'll ...
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Behavior Mod by Comcast, or Mickey Mouse Internet - by Farhad Manjoo/Salon (sub req or watch ad). "We use the Net as a lifeline," George says. "For anybody for whom this isn't their native country, you'd understand." But Comcast, the company that provides George's high-speed Internet service, didn't understand. Last August, the company sent him a letter telling him to quit it -- he was using the Internet too much. The firm said he was violating Comcast's "acceptable use" policy, that he was somehow ...
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Dylan/Garamond Make Digital Music Together - Sean Savage says: I know, you're not quite so sure about Garamond. But you -know- you're into Bob Dylan. So give it a chance. Indulging my fantasies about moveable typefaces. Course, the Zepplin/Times NR is pretty hot, though BigG/Baskerville has really nice letters. But the Beatle's Dear Prudence/Book Antiqua has to be my fav. Now that's art ....
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Matrix is Losing Member States - Due to privacy fears. John Schwartz/NYT reports that only 5 of the original 16 states are still in the program. Matrix was supposed to relate databases across many states and had funding from the Homeland Security Administration, and the purpose was to sift through records to find patterns of suspect behavior, among other things. BIPlog reported on this before, though it wasn't mentioned in any of the presentations at the Privacy conference I attended this ...
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Privacy on Several Fronts - Yesterday, I attended the Stanford Law School Center for Internet and Society's "Securing Privacy in the Internet Age" Symposium. It's going on today but I'm not attending. Too many conferences, and I have a lot of work to do before tomorrow. So it was a great day, interesting presentations on lots of privacy issues, including but not limited to leaky technologies like RFID, Sensor Networks (Pam Samuelson's new research area), as well as policies on ...
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DRM? Chris Willis Nails It - On screen now at Media Morphosis Day 3: "Insure content security with baked in Digital Rights Management." Chris: What's the point? Michael Silberman: I think DRM could be used to keep people from stealing, and get them to pay for content. And it could be used to facilitate the making of content. No. Not. DRM for news? Okay, your content has high value for maybe, 24 hours? You want to lock it up? There is ...
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