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Wednesday, June 29, 2005

Fisking Grokster

I know the Supreme Court's recent MGM V Grokster opinion is ruffling feathers out there in Internet land. And I'd like to talk about why, I really would, but it's just too freaking hot. And I'm exhausted — I just spent the last week or so immersed in the virtual underworld of online gambling, and I need a breather. Actually, I need to go swimming, which I think I might do now.

If you'd rather sit in front of your computer pondering what the Supremes have decided about  copyright law and filesharing,  check out The Pages Within , where Greg Sampson, Vermont Law School student (and paramour of Jessamyn ) dissects the ruling. He writes about it here , here , and here .

You might like The Pages Within so much that you'll want to vote it Best Vermont Blog. Or not.

June 29, 2005 at 07:21 AM | Permalink


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Once upon a time a couple of years ago, I posted my own little rant about how I view the whole file-sharing issue. If interested, here's the link:


Posted by: The Fat Bald Married Guy | Jun 29, 2005 11:44:00 AM

Here's FBMG's link for you to click on: click here.

Posted by: cresmer | Jun 29, 2005 12:38:15 PM

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