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RamiroAlvarezUgarte 07 Sep 2011 - 00:54 IanSullivan
RamiroAlvarezUgarte 18 Sep 2008 Notes on September 18, 2008 Around 1998, firms turn on their axis. Sometimes around June 1998, entertainment and news were products ...
RamiroAlvarezUgartePaper1 18 Dec 2008 - 18:22 RamiroAlvarezUgarte
Word Fights. An Approach to the Normative Narratives of the Free Software Movement This paper #8217;s goal is to navigate some seminal documents produced by Richard ...
RamiroAlvarezUgartePaper2 18 Dec 2008 - 18:22 RamiroAlvarezUgarte
Part Two. It #8217;s About the Freedom, Stupid. Freedom Stallman rhetoric is full of ideas of freedom. What does that means exactly? He explains it quite well. ...
RaulCarrilloFirstEssay 21 Jan 2015 - 23:30 RaulCarrillo?
Financial Privacy, Digital Redlining, and Restoring the Commons By RaulCarrillo 17 Dec 2014 Introduction We have spent a substantial amount of time in this course ...
RaulCarrilloSecondEssay 06 Jan 2015 - 04:46 RaulCarrillo?
It is strongly recommended that you include your outline in the body of your essay by using the outline as section titles. The headings below are there to remind ...
RebeccaBonnevieFirstEssay 03 Dec 2017 - 20:55 EbenMoglen
Should A Child Have The Right To A Blank Slate? By RebeccaBonnevie 06 Nov 2017 In 2013 the Huffington Post an article saying that photos of a newborn baby appeared ...
ReformAltLaw 12 Nov 2008 - 00:26 ElliottAsh
Reforming !AltLaw As explained in my first essay, a public legal research platform would be a healthy societal development. Columbia's hosted AltLaw search engine ...
RelevantTangents 07 Sep 2012 - 18:15 IanSullivan
This can be a page to post links that parallel our own discussion. http://on.ted.com/2U This TED talk (by a lawyer) discusses incentives, scientific studies surrounding ...
RequestforThoughtsonWikipedia 07 Sep 2012 - 18:15 IanSullivan
Would anyone be willing to share with me his or her experience editing or creating Wikipedia entries. My first paper argues that Wikipedia's hierarchy and increasingly ...
ResponseToSoMuchForSavages 07 Sep 2011 - 00:49 IanSullivan
These are some questions that came to mind after reading "So Much for Savages". If I understand Professor Moglen's main points in "So Much for Savages" correctly, ...
RethinkingMediaLaw 04 Sep 2009 - 17:56 IanSullivan
Making Broadcasters Unconstitutional Geller, Turner Broadcasting, the First Amendment, and the New Electronic Delivery Systems, 1 REV. 1 (1995) link ...
RethinkingTheFutureOfLaw 07 Sep 2012 - 18:15 IanSullivan
Throughout the last couple of weeks we have been discussing in class the interrelation of the law, economics and politics regarding the internet. Unless I stand corrected ...
RickSchwartzPaper1-APetition 15 Nov 2008 - 15:36 EbenMoglen
The following is my adaptation of "Petition of the Candlemakers," the famous satire by Frederic Bastiat. A Petition presented by the Manufacturers of Media, Designers ...
RickSchwartzPaper2-DispersedBenefits 13 Jan 2009 - 05:19 RickSchwartz
In 10 , James Madison contended that the vastness and heterogeneity of the nascent American nation would limit the tendency of democracies to exercise political power ...
RohanGeorge1FirstEssay 04 Dec 2017 - 16:39 EbenMoglen
Regulating behavioural collection By RohanGeorge1 9 Nov 2017 Setting the scene Recently, I went to Joe #8217;s Pizza #8211; the finest slice in the city. Since ...
RohanGeorgeP1 09 Feb 2009 - 16:17 EbenMoglen
Creating a Network for Development The Hierarchy of Rights While today, there remain few, if any countries that would overtly deny the existence and primacy of human ...
RohanGeorgeP2 18 Feb 2009 - 01:07 RohanGeorge
Why do I study patent law? The Foundations of the Patent Regime During the course of my study of patent law in the last semester, I began to question my reasons for ...
RoleOfCourts 07 Oct 2015 - 04:23 GreggBadichek
I'm used to thinking of courts as arbiters of the Federal Government's relationship with the people; what is its role when the people watch the people? Invitation ...
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