December 2011 Copyright Top Blawgs

  1. Covers content theft, plagiarism, and copyright issues on the Web. By Jonathan Bailey.
  2. Bibliography of current articles on the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, the TEACH act and other copyright issues. Maintained by Claire Stewart, Northwestern University Library. With contributions from Paul Clough, Stu Baker and Brian Nielsen.
  3. Covers the international treaties and copyright laws that govern foreign works. From the University of Texas Libraries.
  4. Covers software audits, including Microsoft, BSA, and Adobe audits. By Scott & Scott.
  5. Covers the harm of excess copyright enforcement. By Howard Knopf.
  6. Discusses news in the Copyright and Fair Use industry, as well as updates to the Stanford Copyright and Fair Use site.
  7. Review of copyright law, copyright litigation, art litigation and relevant current events. Discussions of recent case law and federal rules of civil procedure. By Ray Dowd.
  8. Tips and commentary for individuals accused of civil liability for Internet activities. By Benjamin Justus.
  9. Covers wiretaps, privacy, copyright, and free speech. By Jennifer Granick.
  10. KZSU-FM (Stanford) Tech/Law Talk Show. Hosted by Dave Levine.
  11. Discuss current copyright/internet law issues. By Derek Slater.
  12. Covers search engines and copyright issues.
  13. Answering your questions about podcasting, new media and the law.
  14. Covers copyright and music. By Nancy Prager.
  15. Comments on Internet law issues including hacking, intellectual property infringment, spam, free speech and regulatory matters. By John W. Dozier, Jr.
  16. Discusses the ways law rules creativity and law employs creativity. By Professor Peter Friedman.
  17. Covers the RIAA's lawsuits of against ordinary working people.
  18. Covers intellectual property, entrepreneurship, technology, social media, fashion and entertainment
  19. Covers intellectual property (IP) law topics, including copyright law, trademark law, patent licensing, patent enforcement, and inter party matters.
  20. Brings together concepts that cut across traditional intellectual property lines, addressing both evolving technologies and concerns about privacy and data security. By Porter Wright.