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About privacyandpiracy

Fordham Law student, Student Association for Law and Entrepreneurship co-founder, I.P. Law Journal staffer, and Center on Law & Information Policy fellow. Look out for my upcoming article on copyright and fair use in the Twittersphere in Fordham's Intellectual Property Law Journal, and let me know if you need a legal intern. Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/MrAdamN

Ted Koppel Tells It Like It Is

A Conversation On the Future of the Media: Is the Public Interest Bargain Dying? – The New America Foundation hosted a conversation in response to the FCC staff report on “The Information Needs of Communities” featuring senior news analyst Ted … Continue reading

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Read my article in the Progressive States Network’s weekly Dispatch!

So my 1L year is thankfully behind me, and I’m already moving on to bigger and better things.  Hopefully including more frequent blog posts! For starters on my bigger-and-better agenda, this summer I am interning at a fantastic organization called … Continue reading

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Search Me!

Once again, Google is in the news, and the spotlight is on yet another way that the company plays a role in governing the net.  This New York Times article uses J. C. Penny as a case study to detail the … Continue reading

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The Deciders, the Dividers, and the Advertisers

I just got home from the 2011 Robert L. Levine Lecture at Fordham given by Jeffrey Rosen and called “The Deciders: the future of privacy and free speech in the age of Facebook and Google”.  It was great – challenging, … Continue reading

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Digital Revolutions (pun intended)

There have been several interesting items in the news this week that I wanted to share and comment on, so I decided to put aside the article I’d been planning to write and instead share some links and thoughts with … Continue reading

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The Future of the Internet (And How to Review It)

So, I had planned to do a blog post reviewing Jonathan Zittrain’s book “The Future of the Internet (And How To Stop It)”, when I came across Tim Wu’s review, which is far better than what I had planned to … Continue reading

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Win-Win-Win?

Some online services seem too good to be true.  They say there’s no such thing as a free lunch, but Google, Facebook, and the rest of the gang sure seem to be feeding a lot of people.  And at this … Continue reading

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