INTERVIEW WITH LAWRENCE LESSIG

If you’re following the copyright wars, you might be interested in a question-and-answer session on Slashdot with Lawrence Lessig, a Stanford law professor and one of the leaders of the fight to rein in the copyright police. And consider donating to the...

COPYRIGHT POLICE GET UGLIER

Today’s news has more evidence that the entertainment industry is successfully shaping our world – by filling it with fear and intimidation. An Austin, Texas, man could face up to $100,000 in fines and a year in jail for selling ten copies of live concert...

COPYRIGHT WARS UPDATE

The voices are getting louder on both sides of the copyright wars. Michael Greene, the president of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, delivered a lecture during the Grammys, hysterically ranting about the upcoming death of the music industry caused...

WORD 2002 – LEGAL USERS GUIDE

“The Microsoft Word 2002 Legal User’s Guide is a reference for legal professionals that describes Word 2002 features useful to the legal industry. Features explored in this document include: digital signatures; legal numbering; header and footer...

WINDOWS LITE

The nine states challenging Microsoft in the antitrust case are pressing for access to Windows source code so they can demonstrate that certain Windows features can be removed without crippling Windows as an operating system. They’ll press for a version of...

CONGRESS VOTES WEDNESDAY ON CRITICAL BILL

On Wednesday Congress will vote on a bill known as Tauzin/Dingell (after its sponsors). It would eliminate all the requirements on the four remaining Baby Bells to play fair with competing telecom providers. It’s instant death for Covad and all other DSL...