Oh look, the FBI and Dept. of Homeland Security redesign Web sites...
... during investigations into alleged criminal copyright infringement, that is. Bill Heinze shows us how (don't miss his link to a new home page for EliteTorrents.org done in a shade of red that's, um, not exactly Web-safe) and links to news reports on the case.
If you're wondering what your rights and permissions are as a blogger, and who's advocating for them, you can (a) bookmark and read this site, and (b) attend BlogHer Conference '05. On the conference agenda is a session called, "What You Can Get Away With: Legal Tips, from copyright to Apple v. Does," where Law.com Content Director Jennifer Collins will moderate an audience discussion with Lauren Gelman, associate director for Stanford Law School's Center for Internet and Society, and Wendy Seltzer, an attorney and special projects coordinator with the Electronic Frontier Foundation. (Yes, men are welcome!)
Posted by Product Team on May 26, 2005 at 03:03 PM | Permalink
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