Everybody thinks Rupert Murdoch is crazy for wanting to hide his web properties from Google, but I’ve been thinking: maybe he has a point. Bloggers and podcasters say that Rupert doesn’t
My latest IP Osgoode post is up. In it I discuss the difference between what consumers expect when they buy digital content or a network connected device and reality. This post expands and clarifies
I apologize if this is hopelessly I-just-read-CCH of me. No doubt it’s all been said before, but when has that stopped me? Copyright only protects “original works”. But original
Stuart Freen posted a reply on IPilogue to a Cato Institute article claiming that software patents are analogous to literary patents. I thought I agreed with Stu, but I’m not so sure. A story
I just wanted to add something to my recent post on copyright on 200 year old paintings. The reasoning behind copyright is that giving a time-limited monopoly encourages people to create new things.