Monthly Archives: December 2011

Mexico’s uncertain copyright future

I’m trying to finish a journal article before heading to the coast for Christmas, but since I’ve been posting about Mexico and copyright, it’s worth noting that despite the Mexican Senate’s rejection of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, the debate isn’t … Continue reading

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SOPA lobbying: The behind the scenes story

As a quick follow-up to my previous post, anyone interested in how the Stop Online Piracy Act has come ever-closer to being the law of the land in the U.S., and anyone interested in how the U.S. policymaking process works, … Continue reading

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The Stop Online Piracy Act: History repeating itself?

A little taste of a project I hope to start working on soon, if the funding comes through: As Jessica Litman details persuasively in Digital Copyright, since at least the beginning of the 20th century, the U.S. copyright policymaking process … Continue reading

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