Anupam Chander’s Blog discusses globalization and digitization through the eyes of a California law professor. Anupam Chander is currently a Visiting Professor at Yale Law School and Professor of Law at the University of California, Davis.
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Sunlight is the best disinfectant, Justice Brandeis told us. The Internet helps people expose things to the sun. The Indian website "I Paid a Bribe," allows people to report bribes they paid or refused to pay. It's a brilliant idea...Sunlight is the best disinfectant, Justice Brandeis told us....
You can preview my new paper here, in this podcast published by IEEE--the main society for electrical engineers. Thanks to interviewer Steven Cherry and producer Barbara Finkelstein for readily grasping my argument, and doing a great job in the interview.You can preview my new paper here, in this...
As per an L.A. Times story: Chris Rock may have unexpectedly best defined the continuing awkwardness of Hollywood and race when he made his presentation of the award for outstanding animated film by referring to his voice work in the...As per an L.A. Times story: Chris Rock may have unexpectedly...
Dayton, Ohio, August 7, 1865 To My Old Master, Colonel P.H. Anderson, Big Spring, Tennessee Sir: I got your letter, and was glad to find that you had not forgotten Jourdon, and that you wanted me to come back and... Dayton, Ohio, August 7, 1865 To My Old Master, Colonel P.H. Anderson, Big Spring,...
Facebook obliquely references SOPA/PIPA in its disclosure (along with other proposed laws), as a risk factor to its business: ... there have been a number of recent legislative proposals in the United States, at both the federal and state level,...Facebook obliquely references SOPA/PIPA in its...
The New Yorker has a story on the Chinese view of SOPA: Commentator Shi Han wrote about trying to post a comment to Tencent, the giant Chinese portal. “I’ve written a short article about SOPA. But when I tried to...The New Yorker has a story on the Chinese view of SOPA: Commentator Shi Han...
No blackout, but a teach-in in lieu thereof: Some thoughtful comments on SOPA: Mark Lemley, David Levine & David Post--Stanford Law Review Online--Don't Break the Internet. EFF, Stop the Internet Blacklist Legislation Mozilla et al Letter on SOPA Law Professors'... No blackout, but a teach-in in...
Jonathan Hansen argues that we should return Guantanamo to the people of Cuba in an op-ed in the NY Times. I made a similar call five years ago in my piece, Quit Guantanamo in the SF Chronicle.Jonathan Hansen argues that we should return Guantanamo to the people of Cuba in an op-ed in the NY...
The BNA's Thomas O'Toole has an important post on the exploitation of companies and others worried about a ".XXX" version of their trademark. He notes that this group has paid about millions to register .XXX names to block others from...The BNA's Thomas O'Toole has an important post on the...
Gordon Hirabayashi, who, along with Fred Korematsu, Mitsuye Endo, and Min Yasui, challenged the unconstitutional and racist Internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II, has passed away, according to a reliable report. Lorraine K. Bannai, Professor of Legal Skills, Director,...Gordon...