|Fairly Used||copyright, fair use, law||
This blog accompanies the Stanford Copyright & Fair Use page at http://fairuse.stanford.edu. The site primarily focuses on copyright issues relevant to the educational community. The blog has quick interviews on current copyright issues and points to useful updates on the site, such as charts, tools, and new court decisions.
|Lessig Blog||copyright, corruption, law, policy, research||More|
|LibraryLaw Blog||copyright, First Amendment, libraries, privacy||
Issues concerning libraries and the law - with latitude to discuss any other interesting issues Note: Not legal advice - just a dangerous mix of thoughts and information. Brought to you by Mary Minow, J.D., A.M.L.S. [California, U.S.]
|The Center for Internet and Society||copyright, fairuse, freespeech, intellectualproperty, internet, law, privacy, research||
In the heart of the Silicon Valley, legal doctrine is emerging that will determine the course of civil rights and technological innovation for decades to come. The Center for Internet and Society (CIS), housed at Stanford Law School and a part of the Law, Science and Technology Program, is at the apex of this evolving area of law.
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