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CamilleFrancoisFirstPaper 23 Aug 2014 - 19:31 EbenMoglen
There is no cyberspace (anymore) By CamilleFrancois 24 Oct 2012 I have spent the last four years being literally obsessed with Cyberspace, fantasizing a global ...
CamilleFrancoisSecondPaper 23 Aug 2014 - 19:33 EbenMoglen
Our enemies hide in the shade that we have arranged for them . Part I: Syllabus is source code too . By CamilleFrancois 01 Apr 2013 A couple years ago, I embarked ...
CareData 01 Dec 2014 - 17:07 MathewKenneally
MathewKenneally 01 Dec 2014 I wanted to follow on from the question about the trade offs between privacy and the benefits of information gathering I asked earlier ...
CasidheMcCloneFirstEssay 31 Dec 2016 - 23:56 CasidheMcClone
They're Listening to you Listen By CasidheMcClone 04 Nov 2016 On the off chance you can #8217;t tell someone #8217;s political leaning before she gives you a playlist ...
CasidheMcCloneSecondEssay 20 Feb 2017 - 03:04 CasidheMcClone
Push lever. Free Existential Bananas By CasidheMcClone 13 Dec 2016 You should get rid of your Facebook account. Not because they #8217;re harvesting your information ...
CharlesColmanPaper1 01 Dec 2008 - 22:34 CharlesColman
Charles Colman Paper #1 Professor Moglen writes that "coercive distribution schemes which have traditionally monetized the copyrights of artists are dying off" because ...
CharlesColmanPaper2 18 Dec 2008 - 06:40 CharlesColman
CharlesColman 12 Dec 2008 My second paper is a heartfelt (but hopefully not mawkish) little tale about realizing the error of one #8217;s ways. Privacy and Empathy ...
CharlotteSkertenFirstEssay 03 Dec 2017 - 19:21 EbenMoglen
World War III By CharlotteSkerten 05 Nov 2017 In the beginning... The Internet began in the US over 50 years ago in response to growing concerns that the Soviet ...
ChrisSeelingerFirstPaper 23 Aug 2014 - 19:31 EbenMoglen
Everyone has a Price By ChrisSeelinger 16 May 2013 In the fight for control of the net, those who wished to preserve their control of information and channels ...
ChrisSeelingerSecondPaper 23 Aug 2014 - 19:33 EbenMoglen
Who Can Stop the Surveillance State? By ChrisSeelinger 16 May 2013 In the modern American world of the regulators and the regulated, government and corporate ...
ChrisWollerFirstEssay 14 Jan 2015 - 22:27 ChrisWoller
Media Free For All // Online Streams As Fair Use (revised paper) By ChrisWoller 14 Jan 2015 This paper advocates for a more liberal interpretation of the fair ...
ChrisWollerSecondEssay 05 Jan 2015 - 04:15 ChrisWoller
Why the Sony #8220;Hack mail #8221; Saga was a Victory for Privacy By ChrisWoller 04 Jan 2015 Background For much of December, national news was dominated by ...
ChristopherPistrittoFirstEssay 22 Feb 2017 - 04:58 ChristopherPistritto
Ecosystems of Privacy the Internet of Things By ChristopherPistritto 04 Nov 2016 Introduction The Internet of Things ( #8220;IoT #8221;) has arrived, generating ...
ChristopherPistrittoSecondEssay 12 Feb 2017 - 21:40 EbenMoglen
Indian Patent Law: A Better Way? By ChristopherPistritto 21 Dec 2016 Introduction The GNU General Public License ( #8220;GPL #8221;) was instrumental in popularizing ...
ClaireMFirstEssay 04 Jan 2015 - 18:07 EbenMoglen
Should We Have A #8220;Right to Be Forgotten #8221; in the Digital Age? By ClaireM 28 Oct 2014 The European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled in May that all individuals ...
ClaireSecondPaper 10 Apr 2015 - 19:31 ClaireM
Is the United States Circumventing Constitutional Law Through Intelligence Sharing? Edward Snowden not only revealed the existence of both American and British mass ...
ClassMaterials2009 07 Sep 2011 - 21:42 IanSullivan
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ClassPapers2009 07 Sep 2011 - 21:42 IanSullivan
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ClementLegrandFirstEssay 21 Feb 2017 - 19:16 ClementLegrand
EU Regulating Privacy: What Is the Point? By ClementLegrand 03 Nov 2016 Introduction On the 27th of April 2016, the European Union officially published the Data ...
ClementLegrandSecondEssay 22 Feb 2017 - 13:45 ClementLegrand
Privacy and Mass Surveillance of Terrorism through Big Data By ClementLegrand 09 Dec 2016 Introduction In this paper, I will analyze the use of big data surveillance ...
ClodaghHoganFirstPaper 23 Aug 2014 - 19:31 EbenMoglen
The Slow but Sure Erosion of our Privacy By ClodaghHogan 22 Oct 2012 It would not be exaggerating to say, that most people lead double lives: those in the real ...
ClodaghHoganSecondPaper 23 Aug 2014 - 19:33 EbenMoglen
The Expanding Surveillance State The US government through the FBI, federal intelligence agencies, the military, state and local police and private companies, is collecting ...
CompSoftPatentorCopyright 07 Sep 2012 - 16:47 IanSullivan
Eben mentioned how computer software has been traditionally protected by copyright, instead of patents. That has me thinking, maybe patent protection is better than ...
ConradJohnsonFirstPaper 23 Aug 2014 - 19:31 EbenMoglen
The Collateral Consequences of Free Resources By ConradJohnson 8 April 2013 Final Revisions Incorporation of Technology in Criminal Legal Services As a general ...
ConradJohnsonSecondPaper 23 Aug 2014 - 19:33 EbenMoglen
ConnectNYC: Mayor Bloomberg's Attempt at Solving the Digital Divide By ConradJohnson 8 April 2013 Final Revisions Introduction: !ConnectNYC On October 19, ...
ControllingSwitches 02 Nov 2017 - 17:42 ZebulunJohnson
Hello? David J. Wallace, in Phone Service Are Mixing Up Net Issues in Europe, New York Times, April 8, 1999 Edmund L. Andrews, Users In Germany Protest High Phone ...
CryptoParty 05 Nov 2014 - 04:18 DevinMcDougall
Hi all I am an alum of this class, and one of my friends is organizing a crypto party which will take place this Thursday evening (sorry for the short notice!) that ...
CrystalMaoFirstPaper 04 Sep 2012 - 22:02 IanSullivan
Bazaar Expanding : Encouraging Developer Communities in the Developing World CrystalMao 1 Nov 2011 While the interconnectivity of our digital economy provides ...
CrystalMaoSecondPaper 04 Sep 2012 - 22:02 IanSullivan
No Exit "l'enfer, c'est les autres"...and now they have your data. By CrystalMao 06 Dec 2011 Why Exit Matters The liberal values underlying free society ...
CurrencyDiscussion 07 Sep 2011 - 00:49 IanSullivan
Scott !McCartney, for Nothing: How the Government Helped Frequent Fliers Make a Mint , Wall Street Journal, December 7, 2009 MakalikaNaholowaa 08 Dec 2009
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