The Shout is a blog authored by Jeniffer Granick, the executive director of Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet and Society. Shout is her personal blog, commenting on general law and political topics.
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The recent Department of Justice decision to indict Megaupload for copyright infringement and related offenses raises some very thorny questions from a criminal law perspective. A few preliminaries: I’m responsible for the musings below, but I thank Robert Weisberg of Stanford Law School for...
Happy new year, Friends. It is starting out to be a great 2012 for me. I’ve taken a position as General Counsel for Worldstar LLC and its flagship website worldstarhiphop.com (WSHH), voted top hip hop and urban culture website two years running by BET. In addition to the website, Worldstar...
On October 28, the Department of Justice will argue to a District Court Judge in Arizona that neither the public nor criminal defendants should learn about a special investigative tool it uses to track individuals’ location via their cellphones. According to the Wall Street Journal, law enforcement...
Isn’t it great that when your car, or phone, or laptop gets lost or stolen, you can use modern technology to find your stuff and get it back? One might think only paranoid Luddites or the thieves themselves would oppose such an innovation. But the joy of a ubiquitous communications/tracking network...
A look at the most recent court opinion on cell phone location tracking: http://bit.ly/o171vyA look at the most recent court opinion on cell phone location tracking: http://bit.ly/o171vy
EFF filed a brief today in U.S. v. Lowson, again arguing that public websites can not decide who is and is not a criminal. For why you should care about what happens to a bunch of Wiseguys cutting the virtual line for ticket purchases, check out my blog post.EFF filed a brief today in U.S. v....
In my slate card, I mis-copied the SF Bay Guardian recommendations. In fact, the SFBG endorses a YES on all eight city props. http://www.sfbg.com/2010/06/01/guardian-clean-slate http://www.sfbg.com/2010/04/27/endorsements-san-francisco-ballot-measures Vote early, vote often, Jennifer To subscribe...
GRANICK SLATECARD STATEWIDE ELECTION, JUNE 2010 Friends, Romans, Republicans: Welcome to the Granick Slate Card for the June 8, 2010 California Primary Election. The hot national issues are Drill, Baby, Drill and Arizona checking the IDs of suspected non-Amuricans, in other words “illegal” people....
You might be interested in EFF’s take on Google’s open wi-fi sniffing debacle.You might be interested in EFF’s take on Google’s open wi-fi sniffing debacle.
Izz, Cal and I made sweet potato biscuits this AM using tubers from our farm box. A total success, except that all three of us and the floor were covered with flour. The dough is really sticky so definitely use a heavily floured surface or a baking cloth.Izz, Cal and I made sweet potato biscuits...