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MAY 2, 2013 Celebrities Voice Their Support for Hawaii Privacy Bill
The Tyler Act was recently amended by the Hawaii Senate Judiciary and Labor Committee to strongly resemble the California Anti-Paparazzi Law (California Civil Code 1708.8). California is the first, and only state to pass anti-paparazzi legislation. The bill seems to be stalling in committee. United States , 403 U.S.
| | MUSIC TECHNOLOGY POLICY
JANUARY 6, 2012 Heritage Foundation Misses the Market on Rogue Sites
It is now becoming cant in these discussions for opponents of the rogue sites legislation—largely a market based approach to rampant online theft that is about 10 years overdue—to start by saying “we agree that online theft is a problem, but….” This is not because law enforcement does not understand that evil is being done online.
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