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Article ID: 512779

Grokster Ruling Is Good, Bad News for Copyright Law

University at Buffalo

The Supreme Court's decision in MGM v. Grokster offers both good news and bad news for copyright law and followers of new technologies, like P2P, according to Shubha Ghosh, professor of law at the University at Buffalo and an expert on intellectual property and cyberspace law.

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27-Jun-2005 3:20 PM EDT
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Article ID: 512745

National CyberEducation Project Launched as Grokster Decision Approaches

University of Richmond

As the Supreme Court decision in MGM Studios v. Grokster approaches, the National CyberEducation Project launches. The School of Law project hopes to stimulate discussion of intellectual property rights -- primarily about the unauthorized file-sharing of music and movies -- at college and university campuses.

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24-Jun-2005 2:10 PM EDT
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Article ID: 512600

Social Workers Support Client Confidentiality Through Friend of the Court Brief

National Association of Social Workers (NASW)

Colorado social worker, Jennifer Bier, is facing jail for refusing to turn over her confidential psychotherapy notes to a military judge. She lost her last appeal in Denver yesterday and will be appealing to the Supreme Court Friday.

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17-Jun-2005 11:20 AM EDT
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Article ID: 512247

Supreme Court Likely to Side with 'Grokster' in Internet File-Sharing Case

University at Buffalo

In a case that could affect millions of consumers who use file-sharing software to copy music and video content, the Supreme Court likely will uphold a 1984 ruling stating that companies that offer copying technologies can not be held liable for copyright infringements of users.

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2-Jun-2005 8:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 512248

Ten-Commandments Rulings Will Draw Line Between Religion, History

University at Buffalo

In the continuing cultural battle over the separation of church and state, the Supreme Court will be challenged to draw a line between what is religious and what is historical or cultural when it soon rules on two cases involving the Ten Commandments.

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2-Jun-2005 8:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 511716

Judicial Confirmations -- History, Politics & Rhetoric: UM Expert

University of Maryland, College Park

University of Maryland political communication expert Trevor Parry-Giles, author of "The Character of Justice: Rhetoric, Law, and Politics in the Supreme Court Confirmation Process," can comment on the current impasse over judicial confirmations.

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11-May-2005 11:30 AM EDT
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