Wednesday, December 31, 2003

Hotels told to pay copyright fee for music
The Times of India, publication date: 01 January 2004

Tuesday, December 23, 2003

RIAA & MPAA Ask, Why Me?
by THOMAS MENNECKE
Slyck, publication date: 23 December 2003
Novell Registers Unix Copyrights warning: registration required
by LAURIE J. FLYNN
The New York Times, publication date: 23 December 2003
Creator of Linux Defends Its Originality warning: registration required
by STEVE LOHR
The New York Times, publication date: 23 December 2003
RIAA Plans New Lawsuits Soon
by W. DAVID GARDNER
CRN, publication date: 22 December 2003

Monday, December 22, 2003

'Offending code' specified
LinuxWorld , publication date: 22 December 2003
SCO loss narrows, broadens copyright fight
Reuters, publication date: 22 December 2003
Fake DVDs seized
by NICK ALLEN
The Scotsman, publication date: 22 December 2003
RIAA: Suits to continue despite Verizon court win
by BILL HOLLAND
Billboard, publication date: 22 December 2003
Taiwan firm files suit against chip maker
REUTERS
Boston.com , publication date: 22 December 2003
Court upholds acquittal of Norwegian "DVD Hacker"
by WILLIAM STOCHIEVSKI (Associated Press)
Washington Post, publication date: 22 December 2003
DVD-Jon wins new legal victory
by NINA BERGLUND
Aftenposten [Norway], publication date: 22 December 2003
RIAA: Shot through the heart?
by CYNTHIA L. WEBB
Washington Post, publication date: 22 December 2003

Friday, December 19, 2003

Wal-Mart Sells Songs for 88 Cents
Associated Press
Wired News, publication date: 18 December 2003
Seth Finkelstein on Censorware, Copyright and Blogs
Greplaw, publication date: 16 December 2003
U.S. court nixes Net music subpoenas
Reuters
CNN, publication date: 19 December 2003

Wednesday, December 17, 2003

Film fans befuddled by copyright
by KATIE DEAN
Wired News, publication date: 17 December 2003
Copyright Doesn't Cover This Site
by MICHELLE DELIO
Wired News, publication date: 16 December 2003

Friday, December 12, 2003

College to address copyright
by ANNE K. WALTERS
The Ithacan [Ithaca College], publication date: 11 December 2003
The complexities of copyright law
The East Anglian Daily Times [UK], publication date: 12 December 2003
Publishers sue document deliverers for copyright infringement
EContent, publication date: 12 December 2003
Canada levies tax on MP3 players,
says P2P downloading is OK

Politech, publication date: 12 December 2003

Thursday, December 11, 2003

Copyright body may slap levy on digital music players
by TYLER HAMILTON
Toronto Star, publication date: 11 December 2003

Wednesday, December 10, 2003

ATF Director to Head Music Industry's Anti-Piracy Efforts
Associated Press
Fox News, publication date: 09 December 2003
TiVo Goes After Sites Hosting Image Backups
Slashdot, publication date: 10 December 2003

Tuesday, December 09, 2003

Copyright and Fair Use
by eWEEK Editorial Board
eWEEK, publication date: 08 December 2003
Steve Jobs: The Rolling Stone Interview
by JEFF GOODELL
Rolling Stone, publication date: 03 December 2003
GPL [GNU General Public License] is no hippie dream
by LINUS TORVALDS
IDG, publication date: 08 December 2003

Monday, December 08, 2003

Copyleft may become the new copyright
by CHRIS BARTON
The New Zealand Herald, publication date: 05 December 2003
Sharman clamps down on Kazaa Lite K
by JAMES PEARCE
ZDNet UK, publication date: 08 December 2003
Court Forces SCO To Show Code Within 30 Days
by PAULA ROONEY
CRN, publication date: 06 December 2003
Tokyo police arrest two for allegedly swapping copyrighted movies, games
Associated Press
SiliconValley.com, publication date: 05 December 2003

Friday, December 05, 2003

On the Japanese 'anon' P2P bust
by DREW CULLEN
The Register, publication date: 05 December 2003

Thursday, December 04, 2003

RIAA lawsuits yield mixed results
by JOHN BORLAND
CNet News.com, publication date: 04 December 2003
US record industry strikes again
Internet Magazine [UK], publication date: 04 December 2003
Music copyright war goes to Supreme Court
by VITO PILIECI (CanWest)
Canada.com, publication date: 02 December 2003

Tuesday, December 02, 2003

Diebold Backs Off Legal Challenge
by KIM ZETTER
Wired News, publication date: 02 December 2003
Theres a noose in the hoose - iTunes shoppers discover DRM
by ANDREW ORLOWSKI
The Register, publication date: 02 December 2003
DVD Jon retrial begins today
by JOHN LEYDEN
The Register, publication date: 02 December 2003

Monday, November 24, 2003

Boosey & Hawkes goes private
by MARTIN CULLINGFORD
Gramophone, publication date: 24 November 2003
Disney quits Peter Pan film after row over Gt Ormond St
by CHRIS HASTINGS and CATHERINE MILNER
Telegraph [UK], publication date: 23 November 2003
Lawyer Rips SCO Facts in Linux Brouhaha
by CLINT BOULTON
Internet News (atnewyork.com), publication date: 24 November 2003
CCC Integrates Rights Licensing Within Vendor Applications
by PAULA J. HANE
Information Today, publication date: 24 November 2003
Archive.org to Vivendi: we'll host MP3.com's files
by ANDREW ORLOWSKI
The Register, publication date: 22 November 2003
University's software kicks off downloaders
by RON WORD
Houston Chronicle, publication date: 22 November 2003
Scoring SCO's legal games
by RUPERT GOODWINS
ZDNet.com, publication date: 24 November 2003
Too quick to copyright this is a link to a PDF document
by JASON MAZZONE
Legal Times, publication date: 17 November 2003

Friday, November 21, 2003

SBC raps RIAA subpoenas in court
by JOHN BORLAND
CNet News.com, publication date: 21 November 2003

Thursday, November 20, 2003

License terms set for Net video codec
by STEFANIE OLSEN
CNet News.com, publication date: 18 November 2003

Wednesday, November 19, 2003

Critics delay vote on EU intellectual property law
by MATTHEW BROERSMA
ZDNet UK, publication date: 19 November 2003
Decoupling the Net from the Copyright Cartel
by DAN GILLMOR
Dan Gillmor's eJournal, publication date: 17 November 2003
Move Over DVD, Here Comes the EVD
Reuters
Wired News, publication date: 18 November 2003

Tuesday, November 18, 2003

Bush pushes for cybercrime treaty
by DECLAN MCCULLAGH
CNet News.com, publication date: 18 November 2003
MIPI rails at 'weak' sentences
by LOUISE MILLIGAN AND IAIN SHEDDEN
Australian IT, publication date: 19 November 2003
Copyright Clearance Center extends rights licensing database to vendors
[note: this looks like it might be a press release but isn't marked as one]
EContent, publication date: 18 November 2003
Microsoft to open music store
by GIL KAUFMAN
Rolling Stone, publication date: 18 November 2003
SCO Group raises battle cry again
by LARRY GREENEMEIER
Information Week, publication date: 18 November 2003

Saturday, November 15, 2003

Music industry mines data from downloads
by ALEX VEIGA [Associated Press]
Contra Costa Times, publication date: 15 November 2003
J.Lo sued for video mimicking 'Flashdance'
Dance Front Door, publication date: 14 November 2003
Hungover CNET wakes up next to MP3.com
by ANDREW ORLOWSKI
The Register, publication date: 15 November 2003
Where Sharing Isn't a Dirty Word
by MICHELLE DELIO
Wired News, publication date: 15 November 2003

Friday, November 14, 2003

Are copyright owners against security?
CNet News.com, publication date: 14 November 2003
Judge shuts garage opener copyright suit
by JOHN BORLAND
CNet News.com, publication date: 14 November 2003
Replacing your garage door opener
by DONNA WENTWORTH
Copyfight, publication date: 13 November 2003
Loophole claimed in new European copyright laws
by BARRY FOX
New Scientist.com, publication date: 14 November 2003
Wash Post confused by DMCA
by ERNEST MILLER
The Importance Of , publication date: 12 November 2003
Rules tougher on copyrights
China Daily, publication date: 13 November 2003
Nabokov suit accents copyright woes
by GALINA STOLYAROVA
St. Petersburg Times [Russia], publication date: 14 November 2003

Thursday, November 13, 2003

iTunes helper allows internet downloads
by INA FRIED
CNet Asia, publication date: 14 November 2003
GameSpy warns security researcher
by ROBERT LEMOS
CNet News.com, publication date: 13 November 2003
Swapping Spree
by WES MELTZER and ROSALIND YANG
The Daily Northwestern, publication date: 13 November 2003
China improving copyright laws
Asia Pulse
Asia Times Online, publication date: 14 November 2003
The broadcast flag decision: the FCC bends over backward to protect over-the-air television and the HDTV transition
by ADAM THIERER
Cato Institute TechKnowledge newsletter, publication date: 13 November 2003

Wednesday, November 12, 2003

Music industry introduces global webcast license
by BERNHARD WARNER
Reuters, publication date: 11 November 2003
Supreme Court justice denies stay in Madster case
Associated Press
Capital News 9,publication date: 12 November 2003
Peer-to-peer file sharing; looking for win-win solutions this is a link to a streaming media file in Real format
Archive of the EDUCAUSE 2003 general session featuring Graham Spanier, Jack Valenti, Cary Sherman, et al
,publication date: 06 November 2003
MPAA to adopt RIAA tactics. Make sense?
by DONNA WENTWORTH
Copyfight,publication date: 12 November 2003
There is magic behind Penn State's Napster deal
by ASHLEE VANCE
The Register,publication date: 12 November 2003
Dipping into books online: is it stealing?
by JOHN C. RYAN
Christian Science Monitor,publication date: 13 November 2003
P-to-P partner accuses firms of patent violations
by GRANT GROSS
PC World [Australia],publication date: 13 November 2003
Caught by the Act: digital copyright law ensnaring businesses, individuals over Fair Use
by FRANK AHRENS
Washington Post,publication date: 12 November 2003
link fixed 13 November 2003
Share "True Crime," do the time
by DECLAN MCCULLAGH
CNet News.com, publication date: 12 November 2003
Senators to introduce legislation to combat movie piracy
by ERICA WERNER [AP]
The Mercury News,publication date: 12 November 2003
Copyright law catches IT firms off guard
by MATTHEW BROERSMA
ZDNet UK,publication date: 12 November 2003
Don't look now, but the dean is watching warning: subscription required
by ANNALEE NEWITZ
Salon, publication date:12 November 2003
Die, Diebold, Die!
by ANNALEE NEWITZ
AlterNet, publication date: 12 November 2003

Tuesday, November 11, 2003

Diebold with a Vengeance
by JULIAN SANCHEZ
Reason Online, publication date: 11 November 2003
Man arrested, 27,000 discs seized at Changi in largest haul
The Straits Times [Singapore], publication date: 12 November 2003
Penn State trustee and RIAA lawyer denies conflict of interests
by ASHLEE VANCE
The Register, publication date: 11 November 2003
Matt Drudge Versus "K Street"
by JULIE HILDEN
FindLaw, publication date: 11 November 2003
Court backs Beasties in copyright suit appeal
by SARAH HAN
Billboard.com, ublication date: 11 November 2003
TStreaming technology to protect film and music copyright
Telecom.paper [Netherlands], publication date: 11 November 2003
Steal this book online
by DOUG ISENBERG
CNet News.com, publication date: 11 November 2003
Berklee Shares: free music lessons, mp3, quicktime and pdf files download
Berklee College of Music
Sony's User-Friendly Copy Block
Reuters
Wired News, publication date: 10 November 2003

Monday, November 10, 2003

PSU students react to deal with Napster
by KRISTIN COLELLA
PSU students react to deal with Napster
The Collegian [Penn State], publication date: 10 November 2003
Penn State's pigopolist pork runs deep
by ASHLEE VANCE
The Register, publication date: 10 November 2003
RIAA senior counsel sits on Penn State board of trustees
Berklee's lessons for everyone
by LAWRENCE LESSIG
[his blog], publication date: 10 November 2003
iTunes 'not affecting LimeWire downloads'
by JONNY EVANS
MacWorld UK, publication date: 10 November 2003
Pirates face the music -- and it might be jail
by LEONIE LAMONT
Sydney Morning Herald [Australia], publication date:11 November 2003
Student accused of violating copyrights
by DAVID ZHOU
The Harvard Crimson, publication date: 10 NOVEMBER 2003
Copyright laws could get tougher
by RITA CHANG
PC World, publication date:06 NOVEMBER 2003

Friday, November 07, 2003

Penn State Students to Get Free Music From Napster
Slashdot thread, publication date: 06 November 2003
Note the discussion about OS compatibility: Napster is currently a Windows NT/2000 application only
Penn State students blast Napster deal
by JOHN BORLAND
CNet News.com, publication date: 06 November 2003

Thursday, November 06, 2003

Wal-Mart plans music download service
MacMinute, publication date: 06 November 2003
Napster to give students music
by JOHN BORLAND
CNet News.com, publication date: 06 November 2003
Stalemate on digital content?
by JOHN BORLAND
CNet News.com, publication date: 06 November 2003
Music giants join forces
BBC News, publication date: 06 November 2003
Students sue over voting vulnerability
by LINDSAY MCGREGOR
Daily Princetonian, publication date: 06 November 2003
Circumvention prohibitions reconsidered: why America's mistake is Europe's future
by ROBIN D. GROSS
IP Justice
"Fairest of the them all" and other fairy tales of fair use
by DAVID NIMMER
Law & Contemporary Problems [66 Law & Contemp. Probs. 263], publication date: Winter/Spring 2003
link repaired 11/7/03
Electronic reserves and fair use
by DUANE WEBSTER
ARL-EReserve mailing list, publication date: 05 November 2003
"60 Minutes" Toes Copyright Cartel's Line
by DAN GILLMOR
Dan Gillmor's eJournal, publication date: 02 November 2003

Wednesday, November 05, 2003

The Importance Of: Beastie Boys Sampling Not Infringement
by ERNEST MILLER
The Importance Of, publication date: 04 November 2003
FCC Moves to Stifle TV Piracy
Wired News, publication date: 04 November 2003
Taking on the DMCA
by JOHN BORLAND
CNet News.com, publication date: 03 November 2003
Judge Speeds Case on Electronic Voting Company's Threats Against Critics
Electronic Frontier Foundation media release, publication date: 04 November 2003
Students buck DMCA threat
by DECLAN MCCULLAGH
CNet News.com, publication date: 03 November 2003

Tuesday, November 04, 2003

Legal music downloads beat CD single sales
MacMinute, publication date: 04 November 2003
FCC orders "broadcast flag" for digital TV, from Tech Daily
Technology Daily, via Drew Clark to Declan McCullagh's Politech, publication date: 04 November 2003
A patent claim that may cost millions warning: paid subscription required
by SCOTT CARLSON
Chronicle of Higher Education, publication date: 07 November 2003
Acacia Research strikes again
A New World of Scholarly Communication
by RICHARD C. ATKINSON
Chronicle of Higher Education, publication date: 07 November 2003

Monday, November 03, 2003

New copyright rules fail to provide fair access in the digital world
Association of Research Libraries, publication date: 28 October 2003
File Sharing Pits Copyright Against Free Speechwarning: registration required
by JOHN SCHWARTZ
The New York Times, publication date: 03 November 2003
Five Major Publishers Announce Settlement in Copyright Infringement Suit against Collegiate Copies
Press release: Copyright Clearance Center, HarperCollins Publishers, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Pearson Education, Princeton University Press, Sage Publications
Business Wire, publication date: 03 November 2003
Music-Sharing Service at M.I.T. Is Shut Down warning: registration required
by JOHN SCHWARTZ
The New York Times, publication date: 03 November 2003

Thursday, October 30, 2003

Should the DMCA Be Used to Fend Off Competition?
by ART JAHNKE
CIO, publication date: 30 October 2003

Wednesday, October 29, 2003

New Ways to Skirt DMCA ... Legally!
by KATIE DEAN
Wired News, publication date: 29 October 2003
Legend of Tauzin II, The Rumors Return
by BILL WALSH and BRUCE ALPERT
The Times-Picayune, publication date: 29 October 2003
Sorry, Screeners
by JACK VALENTI
Opinion Journal [from Wall Street Journal], publication date: 29 October 2003
MPAA 'compromise' throws monkey wrench into guild awards
by MARTIN A. GROVE
Hollywood Reporter, publication date: 29 October 2003
DMCA censorware exemption win!
by SETH FINKELSTEIN
Infothought, publication date: 28 October 2003
U.S. Copyright Office, Anticircumvention Rulemaking
copyright.gov, publication date: 28 October 2003

Monday, October 27, 2003

lamp: Library Access to Music Project
MIT
Students Develop File-Swap Alternative
by JUSTIN POPE
Washington Post, publication date: 27 October 2003
Copyright Catch-Up in E. Europe
by ROXANNE KHAMSI
Wired News, publication date: 24 October 2003
Cyberpiracy north of the border
by DECLAN MCCULLAGH
CNet News.com, publication date: 27 October 2003

Sunday, October 26, 2003

Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities
Conference on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities, publication date: 22 October 2003

Saturday, October 25, 2003

EMI to offer entire digital music catalog online
Associated Press
Salon, publication date: 24 October 2003
The Great Library of Amazonia
by GARY WOLF
Wired, publication date: 23 October 2003 [from the December issue of Wired magazine]

Thursday, October 23, 2003

Songwriters' [sic] win $1.2M copyright case
The City Paper Online [Nashville city paper], publication date: 23 October 2003

Wednesday, October 22, 2003

Rep. DeGette Doesn't Get It
by ERNEST MILLER
The Importance of [Miller's blog], publication date: 21 October 2003
Copyright protections extended
National Business Review [New Zealand], publication date: 22 October 2003

Tuesday, October 21, 2003

Congressional Caucus to Examine Entertainment Piracy
by DAVID MCGUIRE
Washington Post, publication date: 21 October 2003

Monday, October 20, 2003

FTAA treaty chapter on IP 'threatens freedom and free trade'
IP Justice press release, publication date: 20 October 2003
Kinder, Gentler RIAA
by CYNTHIA L. WEBB
Washington Post, publication date: 20 October 2003
Cites & Insights: November 2003 - v. 3 no. 13 PDF document
by WALT CRAWFORD
see Copyright Currents, pp 12-20

Sunday, October 19, 2003

CD fair warning
by JON IVERSON
Stereophile, publication date: 06 October 2003
InfoWorld: Subcommittee approves database protection bill
by GRANT GROSS
InfoWorld, publication date: 16 October 2003

Saturday, October 18, 2003

If Broadcast Flag Passes, You Lose
by DAN GILLMOR
SiliconValley.com, publication date: 16 October 2003
Faculty forum to discuss copyright and intellectual property issues Oct. 28
by BECCA HUTCHINSON
UDaily [University of Delaware], publication date: 17 October 2003
Record Industry Warns 204 Before Suing on Swapping warning: registration required
by JOHN SCHWARTZ
New York Times, publication date: 18 October 2003

Thursday, October 16, 2003

The Copyright Cuffs
by JONATHAN ZITTRAIN
CIO Magazine, publication date: 15 October 2003
UK to adopt EU copyright law
by ADAM PASICK
Reuters UK, publication date: 16 October 2003

Wednesday, October 15, 2003

Fan to RIAA: It Ain't Me, Babe
by KATIE DEAN
Wired News, publication date: 15 October 2003
RIAA to Charter: Give up file-swapper names
by STEFANIE OLSEN
CNet News.com, publication date: 14 October 2003

Tuesday, October 14, 2003

Oops, they did it again
by DONNA WENTWORTH
Copyfight, publication date: 14 October 2003
Fighting to Preserve Old Programs
by DANIEL TERDIMAN
Wired News, publication date: 14 October 2003
Don't torch musician's incomes, burn media piracy
by BRIAN ROBERTSON
The Globe and Mail [Canada], publication date: 14 October 2003

Monday, October 13, 2003

Murdoch chief threatens to sue BBC
by KATE BULKLEY
Guardian [UK], publication date: 13 October 2003
Missing the point on antipiracy technology
by HIAWATHA BRAY
Boston Globe, publication date: 13 October 2003

Saturday, October 11, 2003

Will compulsory licensing for downloadable music become part of the fee structure at colleges and universities? Will the academy implement Digital Rights Management systems to police file transfers? These are some of the policy and technical solutions pondered by a new EDUCAUSE committee, (the Joint Committee of the Higher Education and Entertainment Communities) whose members (including Jack Valenti of the MPAA and Cary Sherman of the RIAA) will be featured at the General Session of the upcoming annual EDUCAUSE conference (November 6, 2003) in Anaheim, CA. Panel moderated by NPR's Mara Liasson.

The Committee does not suggest that colleges and universities should be required to implement any of the technologies it will discuss. So far, however, their press releases and the Requests for Information (RFI) make only passing mention of the possible positive benefits of P2P and very little mention of any obligation to safeguard student privacy. For some balance, see the Electronic Frontier Foundation's Making P2P legal, the Electronic Privacy Information Center's collection of documents on the RIAA vs. Verizon case, and Siva Vaidhyanathan's four-part series P2P: The New Information War? on Open Democracy.

An excerpt from the Committee's RFI on Technology Opportunities:

5.6.1 Content identification

If the technology is intended to selectively identify communications that represent potential infringements of copyright law, explain in detail how the technology will identify such content. The vendor should specify what categories of content can be identified, for example, compressed audio files, video, images, etc. The vendor should indicate any external content databases that are required.


EDUCAUSE is a higher education information technology association; as of October 11, there are 4,680 annual conference registrants who allowed their names to be displayed on the EDUCAUSE conference site.

See also: RIAA and MPAA - using schools as sales points, Jon Newton's 8/2003 article about this same EDUCAUSE committee on MP3 Newswire, and his later piece, Higher Education & Entertainment p2p report on DMusic.com
What Price Music? warning: registration required
by AMY HARMON
The New York Times, publication date: 12 October 2003
Top Hollywood directors slam Oscar DVD ban
by STEVE GORMAN
Reuters, publication date: 11 October 2003
EMusic sold; unlimited MP3 downloads nixed
by JOHN BORLAND
CNet News.com, publication date: 10 October 2003
Whose life is it anyway?
by MARK LAWSON
The Guardian [UK], publication date: 11 October 2003
Altering art is OK if it isn't misrepresented
by RANDY COHEN
Salt Lake Tribune, publication date: 11 October 2003
a rare moral rights news item
Shift-Key Case Rouses DMCA Foes
by KATIE DEAN
Wired News, publication date: 11 October 2003
New Napster, IPod Don't Play Nice
by KATIE DEAN
Wired News, publication date: 09 October 2003
[Politech] RIAA replies to Politech over "Net drivers licenses"
by DECLAN MCCULLAGH
Politech, publication date: 10 October 2003
SunnComm won't sue grad student
by DECLAN MCCULLAGH
CNet News.com, publication date: 10 October 2003

Thursday, October 09, 2003

UK file-swappers could face jail under new law
by MATTHEW BROERSMA
ZDNet UK, publication date: 08 October 2003
Napster is back
by DEREK CANEY
Reuters UK, publication date: 09 October 2003
Web-based music pirate gets jail time
by MATT HINES
CNet News.com, publication date: 09 October 2003
Student faces suit over key to CD locks
by JOHN BORLAND
CNet News.com, publication date: 09 October 2003
Copyright and authors
by JOHN EWING
First Monday, publication date: 06 October 2003

Tuesday, October 07, 2003

A Void Named Sued
by DOUGLAS WOLK
Village Voice, publication date: 06 October 2003
Jury orders Legg Mason to pay $19.7 million in copyright case
by PAUL ADAMS
SunSpot.net, publication date: 07 October 2003
HR 2517 - the FBI p2p prosecution bill
p2pnet, publication date: 07 October 2003

Wednesday, October 01, 2003

Madonna Sued For Copyright Infringement
Yahoo LAUNCH, publication date: 01 October 2003
Music Industry Won't Drop Fines
by ROBERT GUTSCHE JR
Newsday.com, publication date: 01 October 2003
Sixty-Four Alleged File-Sharers Back Down In Face Of RIAA Lawsuits
by JOE D'ANGELO
MTV.com, publication date: 20 September 2003
P2P Entrapment: Incriminating peer to peer network users
by have2Banonymous
publication date: 27 September 2003
Innocent file-sharers could appear guilty
by WILL KNIGHT
New Scientist, publication date: 01 October 2003
Movie Studios Crack Down on Oscar Screening Tapes
by BOB TOURTELLOTTE
Yahoo News (Reuters), publication date: 30 September 2003
Dueling rappers debate downloading music
by FREDERIC J. FROMMER, Associated Press
USA Today, publication date: 30 September 2003

Tuesday, September 30, 2003

ACLU takes aim at record labels
by DECLAN MCCULLAGH
CNet News.com, publication date: 29 September 2003
MPEG founder seeks copy-protection accord
by JOHN BORLAND
CNet News.com, publication date: 30 September 2003
RIAA Settles 63 More Infringement Suits
by ROY MARK
InternetNews.com, publication date: 29 September 2003

Monday, September 29, 2003

P-to-P group asks Congress for help
by GRANT GROSS
InfoWorld, publication date: 29 September 2003
Peer-to-peer networks unveil code of conduct
by ANDY SULLIVAN
Reuters, publication date: 29 September 2003
Davis to sign entertainment industry-friendly bills
Associated Press
The Mercury News, publication date: 25 September 2003

Saturday, September 27, 2003

Man Gets Probation for Unleashing 'Hulk' Online warning: registration required
by SUSAN SAULNY
The New York Times, publication date: 27 September 2003
Hulk pirate sentenced for felony copyright infringement
Biz Ink from PR Newswire, includes statement by MPAA
publication date: 27 September 2003
MusicMatch, Dell to launch music stores
by JOHN BORLAND and JOHN G. SPOONER
CNet News.com, publication date: 26 September 2003
Librarians to P2P critics: Shhh!
by DECLAN MCCULLAGH
CNet News.com, publication date: 25 September 2003
watch your cliches, CNet. my bun is unravelling

Wednesday, September 24, 2003

Companies the Americas: Piracy hits 20% of business
by ALISON BEARD
Financial Times, publication date: 24 September 2003
Songwriters Lobby Congress to Stop Piracy
by NANCY ZUCKERBROD (AP)
Washington Post, publication date: 23 September 2003
RIAA pushes ahead with suits, sues iMesh, stirs up Senate
by FAULTLINE
The Register, publication date: 24 September 2003
Israeli music industry to get tough on downloaders
by GWEN ACKERMAN
Reuters, publication date: 24 September 2003
Congress questions database protection proposal
by GRANT GROSS
Network World Fusion, publication date: 24 September 2003
Boob Toggle
by ANNALEE NEWITZ
AlterNet.org, publication date: 23 September 2003
Kazaa blasts Hollywood 'conspiracy'
by JOHN BORLAND
CNet News.com, publication date: 23 September 2003
Recording industry withdraws suit
by CHRIS GAITHER
Boston Globe, publication date: 24 September 2003
[Politech] RIAA responds to Politech over EFF note on lawsuit amnesty [ip]
by DECLAN MCCULLAGH
Politech, publication date: 24 September 2003

Tuesday, September 23, 2003

Jury convicts man in DMCA case
by PAUL FESTA
CNet News.com, publication date: 23 September 2003

Monday, September 22, 2003

Students Shall Not Download. Yeah, Sure. warning: registration required
by KATE ZERNIKE
The New York Times, publication date: 20 September 2003
Turn On. Tune In. Download. warning: registration required
by ROB WALKER
The New York Times, publication date: 21 September 2003

Saturday, September 20, 2003

More heat over record-industry subpoenas
by BILL HOLLAND
Reuters, publication date: 19 September 2003

Friday, September 19, 2003

Has the record industry lost the plot?
by MAX FACTOR
Crikey.com [Australia], publication date: 19 September 2003
Movie Studios Attack Distributors of DVD Copying Software: New DMCA Lawsuit Filed to Prevent Fair Use of DVD Movies
Press release
IP Justice, publication date: 18 September 2003
Biz defends P2P tactics
by BROOKS BOLIEK
Hollywood Reporter, publication date: 18 September 2003

Thursday, September 18, 2003

In DMCA war, a fight over privacy
by DECLAN MCCULLAGH
CNET News.com, publication date: 18 September 2003
Grokster, Morpheus file briefs in song-swap appeal
by SUE ZEIDLER
Reuters, publication date: 17 September 2003
Distributors of DVD-copy software sued
by JOHN BORLAND
CNet News.com, publication date: 17 September 2003
US file-swap name-&-shame plan slammed
by SCARLET PRUITT
Macworld UK, publication date: 18 September 2003
Why file swapping tide is turning
by JOHN BORLAND
CNet News.com, publication date: 18 September 2003
TV fans tap into torrent of shows online
Reuters
USA Today, publication date: 17 September 2003
Study: Students unfazed by piracy
by STEFANIE OLSEN
CNet News.com, publication date: 17 September 2003
Is It Wrong to Share Your Music? (Discuss) warning: registration required
by KATIE HAFNER
The New York Times, publication date: 18 September 2003

Wednesday, September 17, 2003

Guest editorial: Recording industry fights wrong battle
Desert Dispatch, publication date: 17 September 2003
Seizing the Pre-Pubescent Pirates
by FRASER P. SEITEL
Tech Central Station, publication date: 17 September 2003
Kansan's bill could slow record industry suits
by ALAN BJERGA
The Wichita Eagle, publication date: 17 September 2003
File-Sharing Foes Spar in Senate Hearing
by DAVID McGUIRE
Washington Post, publication date: 17 September 2003
Court to decide on reach of copyright subpoenas
Associated Press
Houston Chronicle, publication date: 16 September 2003

Tuesday, September 16, 2003

Coalition to counter entertainment-industry lobby
by JACK KAPICKA
The Globe and Mail [Canada], publication date: 16 September 2003
Courthouse Rock
by STEVEN LEVY
Newsweek, publication date: 22 September 2003
Out of Tune
by JOHNNIE L. ROBERTS
Newsweek, publication date: 22 September 2003
SBC Won't Name Names in File-Sharing Cases warning: registration required
by SETH SCHIESEL
New York Times, publication date: 16 September 2003
A DMCA for Europe?
ZDNet UK, publication date: 16 September 2003
An Appealing Case: RIAA, Verizon Head Back to Court
by ROY MARK
Internet News (Silicon Valley internet.com), publication date: 16 September 2003

Monday, September 15, 2003

Insiders blamed for most online movie piracy
by WILL KNIGHT
New Scientist.com, publication date: 15 September 2003

Sunday, September 14, 2003

DVD boss raring for court battle
BBC News, publication date: 08 September 2003
Some Advise 'Everywhere Internet Audio'warning: registration required
by DON TAPSCOTT
The New York Times, publication date: 15 September 2003
Crackdown May Send Music Traders Into Software Underground warning: registration required
by SAUL HANSELL
The New York Times, publication date: 15 September 2003
Copyright laws slip-slide away in digital world
by ABRAM KATZ
New Haven Register, publication date: 14 September 2003
Labels try to hold parents accountable
by ALEX VEIGA
Associated Press, Excite.com, publication date: 12 September 2003

Friday, September 12, 2003

Are You Too Stupid to Surf?
Associated Press
Wired News, publication date: 12 September 2003
Copy-protected CDs take step forward
by JOHN BORLAND
CNet News.com, publication date: 12 September 2003
Beijing urged to act more firmly against intellectual property theft
by JAMES KYNGE
Financial Times, publication date: 13 September 2003
U.S. criticizes China on copyright violations
by LUIS RAMIREZ
Voice of America News, publication date: 12 September 2003
Artists Blast Record Companies Over Lawsuits Against Downloaders
by JOEL SELVIN & NEVA CHONIN
ECommerce Times, publication date: 12 September 2003
Verizon, RIAA Trade Jabs at Senate Hearing
by ROY MARK
dc.internet.com , publication date: 10 September 2003
EU delays vote on digital copyright plan
by MATTHEW BROERSMA
CNet News.com, publication date: 11 September 2003

Thursday, September 11, 2003

Starz Encore Group's Sie Applauds FCC Decision on Copyright Status Of Subscription VOD as Consumer-Friendly
Commercial press release
PR news, publication date: 10 September 2003
RIAA Amnesty: Deceptive Business Practice?
by ROY MARK
Internet.com, publication date: 11 September 2003
Music firms claim public backing
BBC News, publication date: 11 September 2003
Rude Awakening for File Sharers
by MICHELLE DELIO
Wired News, publication date: 11 September 2003
Apple customer resells iTunes song
by EVAN HANSEN
CNet News.com, publication date: 10 September 2003

Wednesday, September 10, 2003

P2P group: we'll pay girl's RIAA bill
by JOHN BORLAND
CNet News.com, publication date: 10 September 2003
Disney unveils DVDs that self-destruct in 48 hours
Reuters
CNN money, publication date: 09 September 2003
BigChampagne is Watching You
by JEFF HOWE
Wired News, publication date: October 2003
File-swap suits strike a nerve
Round-up of RIAA stories
CNet News.com, publication date: 10 September 2003
RIAA Lawsuits Bring Consternation, Chaos
by JEFFERSON GRAHAM
TechNewsWorld, publication date: 10 September 2003
Few hold most pirated music
CNN money, publication date: 10 September 2003
Murky laws make piracy suits less likely in Canada than U.S.
by RICHARD BLACKWELL
The Globe and Mail [Canada], publication date: 10 September 2003
Open source founders round on SCO
by Inquirer staff
The Inquirer, publication date: 10 September 2003
Music download suits could raise backlash
by ALEX VEIGA [AP]
SunSpot.net, publication date: 10 September 2003
Girl, 12, settles piracy suit for $2,000
by TED BRIDIS
Kansas City.com, publication date: 10 September 2003
The Kazaa conundrum
by ERIC HELLWEG
CNN money, publication date: 10 September 2003
RIAA sued over Amnesty offer
p2pnet, publication date: 10 September 2003 ?
P2P: the new information war? discussion forum with Siva Vaidhyanathan
opendemocracy.net, September 2003
Senator Questions RIAA Crusade
by GRANT GROSS
PC World.com, publication date: 10 September 2003

Tuesday, September 09, 2003

RIAA sues 261 file swappers
by JOHN BORLAND
CNet News.com, publication date: 08 September 2003

Monday, September 08, 2003

eBay mutes iTunes song auction
by EVAN HANSEN
CNet News.com, publication date: 05 September 2003

Sunday, September 07, 2003

Databases: the next copyright battle?
by REUTERS
CNet News.com, publication date: 05 September 2003
Does ALA's Law Firm have a conflict of interest?
Library Journal News, publication date: 03 September 2003
Peace Offering for File Traders?
by KATIE DEAN
Wired News, publication date: 06 September 2003
For Anti Piracy to Work, Alaba Should Be Closed Down- Gabosky
All Africa.com [Nigeria], publication date: 06 September 2003
Recording Industry Puts Major File Sharers Square in Its Sights
by ROB PEGORARO
Washington Post, publication date: 07 September 2003
'World first' piracy case
News24 [Australia], publication date: 09 July 2003
Music copyright law violators beware
by INDRANI DUTTA
The Hindu Business Line [India], publication date: 05 September 2003
Aiming at Pornography to Hit Music Piracy warning: registration required
by SAUL HANSELL
The New York Times, publication date: 07 September 2003

Friday, September 05, 2003

Amnesty offer for music file sharers
Associated Press
CNN.com, publication date: 05 September 2003

Thursday, September 04, 2003

Does the Right of First Sale Still Exist?
publication date: 03 September 2003
Court rejects DMCA claim against garage door manufacturer
IP Justice Media Release
IP Justice, publication date: 02 September 2003
Stop, thief!
Financial Times, publication date: 04 September 2003
Was Computer Search Illegal?
Associated Press
Wired News, publication date: 03 September 2003
Music piracy investigators herald AU copyright case
by IAIN FERGUSON
ZDNet Australia, publication date: 04 September 2003
Universal to Cut Prices of Its CD's
by AMY HARMON
New York Times, publication date: 04 September 2003

Wednesday, September 03, 2003

Copyright protected CDs illegal in France? Not quite
by DREW CULLEN
The Register, publication date: 03 September 2003
Court: ISP subpoenas a 'grave' matter
by DECLAN MCCULLAGH
CNET News.com, publication date: 02 September 2003
Colleges making dent in campus P2P
by JOHN BORLAND
CNet News.com, publication date: 02 September 2003
Movielink upgrades download service
by REUTERS
CNet News.com, publication date: 03 September 2003
New Office locks down documents
by DAVID BECKER
CNet News.com, publication date: 02 September 2003

Monday, September 01, 2003

The Last Big Lie
by GEORGE ZIEMANN
p2pnet, not dated
Webcasters vs RIAA
by BARRY WILLIS
Stereophile, publication date: 01 September 2003
European Patent Law Draws Fire
by JULIA SCHEERES
Wired News, publication date: 01 September 2003
Google roped into RIAA and KaZaA battle
by ALUN WILLIAMS
PC Pro [UK], publication date: 01 September 2003

Friday, August 29, 2003

How the RIAA is tracking you
Associated Press [?]
The Star [Malaysia], publication date: 29 August 2003
Music Industry's Copyright Strategy 'Flawed'
by JONNY EVANS
PC World, publication date: 28 August 2003
RIAA Foes Know How to Sue, Too
ASSOCIATED PRESS
Wired News, publication date: 28 August 2003

Tuesday, August 26, 2003

DVD Industry Wins Suit Over Posting Codes
Associated Press
ABC News, publication date: 26 August 2003
Music giants learning to protect copyright on the net
by ALISON WHITE
The Scotsman, publication date: 25 August 2003

Wednesday, August 20, 2003

Vague Limits Vex Music Traders
by ELISA BATISTA and KARI L. DEAN
Wired News, publication date: 20 August 2003
Why the music industry doesn't stand a chance
by JAMES LILEKS
Newhouse news, publication date: 19 August 2003
File-sharing fight
San Mateo County Times Online, publication date: 20 August 2003
Tart humor gets its day in court
by KIM CAMPBELL
The Christian Science Monitor, publication date: 21 August 2003
Time to give up on copyright law?
by ED QUILLEN
Denver Post, publication date: 19 August 2003
US backs down on copyright
by SIMON HAYES
The Australian, publication date: 21 August 2003

Monday, August 18, 2003

Net caught in trade talks
by SIMON HAYES
News.com.au [Australia] publication date: August 19, 2003
A New Tune May Bolster the GOP
by JOHN BERLAU
Insight on the news, publication date: 18 August 2003
Online piracy: the ultimate generation gap
by CATHERINE DONALDSON-EVANS
Fox News, publication date: 18 August 2003
Best Buy to sell RealNetworks' music subscriptions
by HELEN JUNG, Associated Press
The Mercury News, publication date: 18 August 2003
FTA would hurt Thais, expert warns
by PORPOT CHANGYAWA
Bangkok Post, publication date: 19 August 2003
Senator Releases RIAA Subpoena Data
by ROY MARK
DC Internet.com, publication date: 18 August 2003
Blame Canada
by JAY CURRIE
Tech Central Station, publication date: 18 August 2003
RIAA subpoenas and the final failure of the DMCA
by ED FOSTER
InfoWorld, publication date: 17 August 2003

Saturday, August 16, 2003

Studios help thwart DVD piracy ring
by STEFANIE OLSEN
CNet News.com, publication date: 14 August 2003

Friday, August 15, 2003

Fox, Franken tiff goes national
by JENNIFER HARPER
The Washington Times, publication date: 14 August 2003
Senate plans hearing on piracy war
by FREDERIC J. FROMMER, Associated Press
Mercury News,publication date: 15 August 2003
GartnerG2 says digital media publishers must have portable digital rights management standards or they risk alienating consumers
Business Wire, publication date: 13 August 2003
In refugee camp, a P2P outpost
by JOHN BORLAND
CNet News.com, publication date: 14 August 2003
Senator to hold hearings on recording industry's piracy crackdown
Associated Press
USA Today, publication date: 14 August 2003

Thursday, August 14, 2003

Digital copyright hits software developers
by KEN MOON
National Business Review [New Zealand], publication date: 14 August 2003
Recording industry's subpoenas met with legal challenges
by MIKE SNIDER
USA TODAY, publication date: 13 August 2003

Wednesday, August 13, 2003

Illegal DVD stash found in Dundalk [Ireland]
by MATTHEW CLARK
ElectricNews.net, publication date: 13 August 2003
Politech: EU urged to reject intellectual property enforcement directive
Open letter from Campaign for Open Digital Environment (CODE)
Declan McCullagh's Politech, publication date: 11-12 August 2003
DirecTV Defense
Electronic Frontier Foundation/Stanford Center for Internet and Society Cyberlaw Clinic
site launched 12 August 2003

Tuesday, August 12, 2003

Internet group questions music-industry subpoenas
by ANDY SULLIVAN
Reuters, publication date: 11 August 2003

Sunday, August 10, 2003

Australia-US FTA: Sick and poor will lose out
by ALISON DELLIT
Green Left [AU], publication date: 13 August 2003
Piracy threatens bit players
by JEREMY BOYER
Times Union [Albany, NY], publication date: 10 August 2003
US Court blocks some file-trading subpoenas
by JOHN BORLAND
ZDNet Australia, publication date: 11 August 2003

Friday, August 08, 2003

Nikki Hemming - v - Hilary Rosen
p2pnet news, publication date: 08 August 2003
KaZaA CEO Speaks Out
by JIM GOLDMAN
TechTV, publication date: 05 August 2003

Thursday, August 07, 2003

Mad as hell and not going to take it
by CHARLES COOPER
CNet News.com, publication date: 07 August 2003
Giving voice to RIAA targets
by BRIAN CHIN
Seattle Post-Intelligencer blog, publication date: 07 August 2003
Intel Sues Self-employed Woman Over Copyrightby TIM FLEISCHER
ABC 7 [7online], publication date: 06 August 2003
Why Suing College Students for Illegal Music Downloading Is the Right Thing To Do
by MARCI HAMILTON
FindLaw, publication date: 05 August 2003

Wednesday, August 06, 2003

EMusic review by PC Magazineby TROY DREIER
PC Magazine, publication date: 05 August 2003
Fritz calls it quits
by DECLAN MCCULLAGH
CNet News on BusinessWeek, publication date: 06 August 2003
EU copyright directive threatens consumersInternet Magazine, publication date: 06 August 2003
AlterNet: TECHSPLOITATION: Why I Infringe
by ANNALEE NEWITZ
AlterNet.org, publication date: 30 July 2003
Open content and value creationby MAGNUS CEDERGREN
First Monday, publication date: 04 August 2003
Revisionism
by EDWARD FELTEN
Freedom-to-tinker [Felten's blog], publication date: 05 August 2003
SCO seeks Linux user fees
by CHRIS GAITHER
Boston Globe (Boston.com), publication date: 06 August 2003
UCITA standby committee is discharged
Press release, National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (NCCUSL), publication date: 01 August 2003
The 'Golden age of free music' vs. 'Copying is stealing'by TAYLOR WALTON
The Register, publication date: 06 August 2003
Music downloading, fil-sharing and copyright: a Pew internet project data memo
Music Industry News Network, publication date: 05 August 2003
Congress, the new copyright bully
by ERIC GOLDMAN
CNet News.com, publication date: 06 August 2003
USATODAY.com - EFF urges RIAA to change legal tune
by JEFFERSON GRAHAM
USA Today, publication date: 04 August 2003

Tuesday, August 05, 2003

RIAA trudges forward with subpeonas: Marketplace for August 4, 2003
reported by KIM MASTERS
Marketplace [NPR], publication date: 04 August 2003
scroll down 1/3 page to audio link for this story
allAfrica.com: Nigeria: Copyright Commission Goes Tough On Pirates
by TUNDE OKOLI
All Africa.com, publication date: 04 August 2003
Copyright extensions mandate eternal soggy potato chips
by CHARLIE DEMERJIAN
The Inquirere [UK], publication date: 05 August 2003
News: RIAA's scare tactics bound to backfire
by DECLAN MCCULLAGH
ZDNet.com,publication date: 04 August 2003
The Private Sector: Copyright 101
by GRANT E. COFFIELD
Post-Gazette, publication date: 05 August 2003
Loyola hits sour note in naming students in net music case
by ANTHONY D'AMATO
Northwestern Law News & Chicago Sun Times, publication date: 28 July 2003

Monday, August 04, 2003

Indonesia targets media pirates
by RACHEL HARVEY
BBC News, publication date: 04 August 2003
Penalties frighten music traders: survey reports copyright laws are not daunting
by BENNY EVANGELISTA
SFGate (San Francisco Chronicle), publication date: 04 August 2003
Colleges explore legal Net music setups
by JOHN BORLAND
CNet News.com, publication date: 01 August 2003
gak!

Thursday, July 31, 2003

Pac Bell internet arm sues music industry
ASSOCIATED PRESS
Silicon Valley.com, publication date: 31 July 2003
Labels win round in piracy crackdown
by JAMES PEARCE
CNet News.com, publication date: 30 July 2003

Wednesday, July 30, 2003

US watches copyright reforms
by SIMON HAYES
Australian IT, publication date: 29 July 2003
Copyright act raises privacy issue
by KATHY GURCHIEK
The Salt Lake Tribune, publication date: 30 July 2003
Universal Music defends DRM
by RYAN NARAINE
InternetNews, publication date: 29 July 2003

Tuesday, July 29, 2003

Sharing the code
by FLORENCE OLSEN
Chronicle of Higher Education, publication date: 01 August 2003
Legal online music business is U.S.-only
by MAY WONG (AP)
SunSpot.net, publication date: 29 July 2003
RIAA picks a new chief
by KATIE DEAN
Wired News, publication date: 29 July 2003
GOP lobbyist elevated to top of RIAA's charts
by CYNTHIA L. WEBB
Washington Post, publication date: 29 July 2003
Linux wars: Big Blue strikes back
by STEPHEN SHANKLAND
Business Standard, publication date: 28 July 2003
Advice to avoid copyright litigation
by BENNY EVANGELISTA
San Francisco Chronicle, publication date: 28 July 2003
Hialeah [FLA] man accused of selling $1 million on copied software
NBC6.net, publication date: 29 July 2003
SCO targets Linux users
by ROBERT MCMILLAN
InfoWorld, publication date: 28 July 2003
Subpoenas sent to file-sharers prompt anger and remorse warning: registration required
by AMY HARMON
New York Times, publication date: 28 July 2003

Saturday, July 26, 2003

Apple's Music Store policy -- the fine print for expatriates
Declan McCullagh's Politech, publication date: 25 July 2003
Microsoft considering music store
by INA FRIED
CNet News.com, publication date: 25 July 2003
File sharers: see if the recording industry is after you
Electronic Frontier Foundation, publication date: 25 July 2003
Justice department probes Clear Channel
Associated Press
Excite.com, publication date: 25 July 2003

Friday, July 25, 2003

Access to digital works: is protection obstruction?
by CHRISTIAN S TACIT
The Globe and Mail [Canada], publication date: 25 July 2003
Anti-porn bill targets file sharing
by DAVID MCGUIRE
Washington Post, publication date: 24 July 2003
Buymusic.com misses the point
by SANDY MCMURRAY
The Globe and Mail [Canada], publication date: 25 July 2003
"How artists and creators finally got their due" gets its due
by JAMES GRIMMELMAN
LawMeme, publication date: 22 July 2003

Thursday, July 24, 2003

Disney signs up to online film service
by DOMINIC TIMMS
The Guardian [UK], publication date: 24 July 2003
Questions for DoJ IP Attorneys Asked and Answered
Slashdot, publication date: 24 July 2003
Schools rebuke music biz demands
by KATIE DEAN
Wired News, publication date: 23 July 2003
Music-sharing subpoenas targets parents
by TED BRIDIS
Excite.com [AP news], publication date: 24 July 2003

Tuesday, July 22, 2003

MIT responds to RIAA subpoena
MIT News, publication date: 22 July 2003
Schools stay mum on file traders' names
by MATT HINES and JOHN BORLAND
Business Week (CNet News), publication date: 22 July 2003
BC, MIT decline to name students in music-use case
by JAMES COLLINS
Boston Globe Online, publication date: 22 July 2003

Monday, July 21, 2003

Amazon plan allows text searches of many books
by DAVID D. KILPATRICK, The New York Times
CNet News.com, publication date: 21 July 2003
Michael Jackson slams ACCOPS Act
by RYAN NARAINE
Internetnews.com, publication date: 21 July 2003
Independent labels back file sharing
by SIMON AUGHTON
PC Pro [UK] , publication date: 21 July 2003
Music industry wins approval of 871 subpoenas
Associated Press
CNN.com, publication date: 21 July 2003
Hollywood, electronic cos. work together
Associated Press
Backstage.com, publication date: 21 July 2003
HRRC opposes bill injecting FBI into copyright policy
Music Industry News Network, publication date: 21 July 2003
Music industry makes key gain in AU copyright case
by JAMES PEARCE
ZDNet [AU], publication date: 18 July 2003
SCO shares soar on copyright claims
by REUTERS
ZDNet.com, publication date: 21 July 2003
P2P caching: unsafe at any speed?
by STEFANI OLSEN
CNet News.com, publication date: 18 July 2003
Record industry sends out subpoenas
by REUTERS
CNet news.com, publication date: 17 July 2003

Monday, July 14, 2003

A copyright cold war? The polarized rhetoric of the peer-to-peer debates
by JOHN LOGIE
First Monday, publication date: 07 July 2003
Harry Potter and the Internet Pirates warning: registration required
by AMY HARMON
The New York Times, publication date: 14 July 2003
Swappers sprint to cloak identities
by DAWN CHMIELEWSKI
Mercury News, publication date: 14 July 2003
Superhighway robbery
Guardian [UK], publication date: 14 July 2003
iHippies, DRM & TiVo: Apple Files For New Copy Protection Patent [TMO Scoop]
by JOHN KHEIT
MacObserver, publication date: 14 July 2003
Art Attack
by CHRIS GAITHER
The Boston Globe, publication date: 14 July 2003
Copyright fight unfolds near campus
by KATHLEEN SCHUCKEL
The Boston Globe, publication date: 14 July 2003
Hard for file swappers to hide identity
by DECLAN MCCULLAGH
ZDNet UK, publication date: 14 July 2003

Thursday, July 10, 2003

Hollywood Heist: will tinseltown let techies steal the show?
by RONALD GROVER and HEATHER GREEN
Business Week, publication date: 14 July 2003
Steer clear of the suits
by CLINT WITCHALLS
The Guardian (UK), publication date: 10 July 2003
Panicked by digital plunder, the entertainment industry fights back
by KENNETH TERRELL
US News and World Report, publication date: 14 July 2003
File swappers 'buy more music'
BBC News, publication date: 09 July 2003
Global CD piracy continues to burn music industry
by BERNHARD WARNER
Reuters, publication date: 10 July 2003
RIAA aims to bid adios to Puretunes
by SCARLET PRUITT
InfoWorld, publication date: 10 July 2003
'Phantom' game console is really a copyright protection device
by ROBIN 'ROBLIMO' MILLER
NewsForge, publication date: 10 July 2003
Google's cache causes copyright concern
by STEFANIE OLSEN
ZDNet UK, publication date: 10 July 2003
The new information ecosystem: cultures of anarchy and closure
by SIVA VAIDHYANATHAN
Open Democracy, publication date: 06 June 2003
More evidence DMCA is Counterproductive to Creativity
by SIVA VAIDHYANATHAN
From his blog, publication date: 10 July 2003
Net radio group threatens to sue RIAA
by DAVID MCGUIRE
Washington Post, publication date: 09 July 2003

Monday, July 07, 2003

LXG - more walt disney creativity
by LAWRENCE LESSIG
[from his blog], publication date: 07 July 2003
Artists just wanna be free
by DANIT LIDOR
Wired News, publication date: 07 July 2003
Music biz seeking profits at 99 cents
by BRIAN GARRITY
Reuters, publication date: 06 July 2003