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Content Moderation at Scale, DC Version

Foundations: The Legal and Public Policy Framework for Content Eric Goldman gave a spirited overview of 230 and related rules, including his outrage at the canard that federal criminal law hadn’t applied to websites until recently—he pointed out that online … Continue reading

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Conference: administrative law/private law interface in IP

The Administrative-Private Law Interface in IP,  March 29, 2018 A conference co-organized by the Project on the Foundations of Private Law at Harvard Law School and the University of Texas School of Law, sponsored by Qualcomm Inc. More info here. … Continue reading

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IPSC Breakout Session IV

Copyright Enforcement  Protecting Copyright Integrity – Shyamkrishna Balganesh & Gideon Parchomovsky Dominant theory: © is about value. Additional assumption: w/every exclusive right comes important limitations. Every grant of power is also clear placing of limits on scope of that power. … Continue reading

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2017 IPSC Conference at Cardozo School of Law

Usual disclaimers; there were lots of overlaps where I had to make tough choices, and I favored presentations where I hadn’t previously commented on drafts. Day 1 Breakout Session I Trademark Doctrine Mapping Confusion – Mark. P. McKenna & Rebecca … Continue reading

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2017 IPSC Conference at Cardozo School of Law

Usual disclaimers; there were lots of overlaps where I had to make tough choices, and I favored presentations where I hadn’t previously commented on drafts. Day 1 Breakout Session I Trademark Doctrine Mapping Confusion – Mark. P. McKenna & Rebecca … Continue reading

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WIPIP, part 4

Mark McKenna & Jessica Silbey, Investigating Design: An Empirical Study of Industrial Design and IP Protection Interviews & institutional analysis. Hypothesis generating—anti-copying/copying practices, etc. Buccafusco: consider who’s in the sample—don’t limit to self-identified designers. Following career trajectories of design school … Continue reading

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WIPIP, part 2

H. Brian Holland, We Are All Cyborgs Now: A Cognitive Theory of the Third-Party Doctrine Once upon a time there were categorical protectsion for private papers against search & seizure. Courts then ruled that personal property was no longer categorically … Continue reading

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