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The 1% Solution: American Judges Must Enter The Internet Age, Henry H. Perritt, Ronald W. Staudt Jul 2000

The 1% Solution: American Judges Must Enter The Internet Age, Henry H. Perritt, Ronald W. Staudt

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

The internet has made it easier and affordable to share information than ever before. Many legal institutions have taken advantage of this innovation by using the internet to disseminate decisions and other legal texts or for rulemaking. Most legal institutions, however, only use the internet for approximately 1% of adjudication.


Taking A Bite Out Of Circumvention: Analyzing 17 U.S.C. 1201 As A Criminal Law, Jason M. Schulz Jun 2000

Taking A Bite Out Of Circumvention: Analyzing 17 U.S.C. 1201 As A Criminal Law, Jason M. Schulz

Michigan Telecommunications & Technology Law Review

...information content providers who depend heavily on copyright law are growing increasingly wary of advances in digital technology that allow manipulation of their content and potentially diminish the effectiveness of their copyright protection. Technology firms, on the other hand, are looking more and more at developing products which provide low-cost, high quality access to content without restriction. Thus, as technologists work feverishly to find new ways to free up information, content providers are fighting just as hard to constrain access in order to prevent market-killing duplication and distribution of their works. These two codependent yet clashing interest groups recently met ...