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Open Access Isn't Just About Open Access
This  Open Access Week , we are celebrating and advocating for unfettered access to the results of research, a movement that has shown considerable progress over the last few decades.  Let's all take a step back, though. Much of the open access movement is forward thinking...
Happy to Deliver To You This Trade Mark Infringement in Pizza Flavor Case
New Yorkers love their pizzas and have definitive opinion about them, including the way to eat them. Newly elected New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio even created a controversy when seen shortly after his election eating a pizza with a knife and fork, instead of using the New York...
40% Percent Reduction Domestically Until 2030
The decision to reduce CO2 emissions in the EU by 40% until 2030  comes with a nice qualification: The European Council endorsed a binding EU target of an at least 40% domestic reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 compared to 1990. “Domestic reduction.” As EU Climate...
Court Rejects Argument That ECPA Does not Apply to Spousal Interception of Email–LaRocca v...
Eloisa LaRocca alleged that her former husband installed spyware on her computer and intercepted emails she sent. The ex-husband moved for summary judgment on the basis that ECPA did not apply to spousal interceptions of electronic communications. The ex-husband also...

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Whom the Gods Would Destroy, They First Make Mad
There are many great lines Justice Fergus O'Donnell's opinion in R. v. Duncan (2013), which was an otherwise unremarkable case except that the defendant tried to run one of those "sovereign citizen" defenses up the flagpole. That didn't go so...                   Related Stories What Is
"The Courts' Baffling New Math: By what logic do hundreds of thousands of people simply stop...
Dahlia Lithwick has this jurisprudence essay online at Slate. In response at his "Simple Justice" blog, Scott H. Greenfield has a post titled " Horse-Trading Constitutional Rights " (via Senior U.S. District Judge Richard G. Kopf 's post at his "Hercules and the Umpire" blog titled " The...
“DHS Agents Raid Lingerie Shop, Save America From Unlicensed Underwear”
Because if there was any rationale for creating the Department of Homeland Security, it was to ensure that America was not threatened by unlicensed panties suggestive of baseball-team logos. [ Tim Cushing, Techdirt ] Tweet Tags: baseball , copyright , free trade...
Did Chris Christie react to the charge that he was using his power as chair of the Republican...
"The RGA, chaired by Gov. Christie (R-N.J.), has been under pressure in recent days to do more to help Walker, a tea party favorite who rocketed to political stardom after he curbed bargaining rights for most public workers in his state. The Weekly Standard reported Thursday that there were...

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