Public Knowledge is a non-profit Washington, D.C.-based lobbying group that is involved in intellectual property law, competition, and choice in the digital marketplace, and an open standards/end-to-end Internet. Its president and co-founder is Gigi Sohn, Peter Suber is director of its open access project, and its directors include MIT professor Hal Abelson, Stanford Law professor Lawrence Lessig, and former FCC chairman Reed Hund. Public Knowledge's work focuses on the three 'IP's of communications and copyright policy: information policy, intellectual property, and Internet protocol.
Jul 27, 2007 - 3:04 PM PDT
Business (6), Telecommunications (3), Sci/Tech (2), U.S. (2), Media (2), Internet (2), Law (1), Media and Politics (1), Copyright (1), Entertainment (1), Politics (1), Music (1)
Art Brodsky (3), Mehan Jayasuriya (1), Alex Curtis (1), Christopher Sprigman (1)
While there's little doubt about the benefits that such fast, cheap and widely available Internet would have--for education, employment and the economy--the million-dollar ...
How many reasons are there for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to reject the deregulation petitions Verizon filed for six cities in the Northeast? How about 2.4 ...
Not long ago, the Washington Post ran a story about Comcast cutting off the Internet accounts of customers who downloaded too much material. What standard does Comcast use? ...
The Federal Trade Commission staff labored mightily to produce a report on Net Neutrality that restated the conclusion FTC Chairman Deborah Platt Majoras announced a year ago. ...
So that was the quick-ish rundown on the letter. What do we learn by reading between the lines? Unfortunately, more questions than answers. Why did Jobs really write this ...
Some sad news to report: the 9th Circuit has rejected constitutional challenges to the copyright laws in Kahle v. Gonzales. The opinion is here. Sad, yes, but also positively ...