23-Aug-2000 Class Notes

Terms of use -- CNN Interactive

The Free Music Philosophy
(Favorite quote)
What is the Free Music Philosophy (FMP)?
It is an anarchistic grass-roots, but high-tech, system of spreading music:
the idea that creating, copying, and distributing music must be as
unrestricted as breathing air, plucking a blade of grass, or basking in the
rays of the sun.
Primer on the Ethics of "Intellectual Property"

Music Swappers Called Takers, Not Givers

Napster? We All Infringe!

Courtney Love Does the Math

Technology Creates Threat to the Economy

Napsterization will mean boon times for musicians at every Ramada Inn


Brookings Institution: Computer Ethics Institute

30-Aug-2000 Class Notes

Locke's Labor Theory of Property

06-Sept-2000 Class Notes

Notes for Mr. Bill Woodward:

http://www.e-commercelawsource.com/links/INTERNET_LAW_LINKS/Internet_Law_and _Intellectual_Property_Websites/

Multimedia Law Sites

Intellectual Property Rights Helpdesk - Homepage

Perkins Coie LLP Internet Case Digest

Welcome to WiredLaw

Wall Street Journal Article on Napster

Friend of the Court Brief by Copyright Office in Napster Suit

Metallica's Lawyer Asks 11 Prominent Institutions to Ban Napster Use


13-Sept-2000 Class Notes

An Open Software proponent's opinion of Napster

An opinion about the movie industry's policy toward DVD decryption software



27-Sept-2000 Class Notes

11-October Class Notes

CNN article

InfoWorld article

DoubleClick privacy policy

Electronic Privacy Information Center

Online Privacy resources


2000-2001 National High School Debate Topic

Practical Privacy Tools

Smyth vs. Pillsbury