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13 Jan 2012, 11:01 am by Danielle Citron
We are thrilled to welcome aboard Professor Derek Bambauer as a guest blogger. [read post]
26 Jul 2006, 7:32 am
Derek Bambauer talks about the impact of intellectual property and the laws of cyberspace on software security. [read post]
14 Dec 2009, 2:08 pm by Harold O'Grady
Episode 048 - Conversation with Professor of Law Derek Bambauer.mp3 In this pod cast, Brooklyn Law School Professor of Law Derek Bambauer discusses his latest paper Cybersieves recently published at 59 Duke L.J. 101 (2009). [read post]
19 May 2011, 6:27 am by William McGeveran
I will save my co-blogger Derek Bambauer from tooting his own horn by tooting it for him: Paul Ohm has written a very lovely review on Jotwell of Derek’s forthcoming law review article, Condundrum. [read post]
5 Apr 2012, 6:28 am by Wake Forest Law Review
In The Myth of Perfection, Derek Bambauer explores the impact of the pursuit of perfection on internet privacy, online censorship and intellectual property protection. [read post]
2 Mar 2012, 6:04 am by marcorandazza
Derek Bambauer gives us a great essay on what is wrong with bullying laws. [read post]
4 Oct 2011, 1:24 pm by Jerry Brito
On the podcast this week, Derek Bambauer, associate professor of law at Brooklyn Law School, discusses his forthcoming University of Chicago Law Review article entitled Orwell’s Armchair. [read post]
1 Feb 2012, 1:36 pm by Harold O'Grady
On Tuesday, Jan. 31, Brooklyn Law School Intellectual Property Professors Derek Bambauer, Jonathan Askin, Jason Mazzone, Samuel Murumba, Jane Yakowitz, and Irina Manta held a Town Meeting on SOPA with a standing room only crowd in the Student Lounge. [read post]
17 May 2010, 10:45 am by UChicagoLaw
The State Department's America.gov site is currently featuring a debate between Richard Epstein and Derek Bambauer of Brooklyn Law School, in which they discuss whether government censorship over the internet is ever justifiable. [read post]