Epsilons at the Brave New Googleplex: Film by Fired Google Whistleblower Explains Horrendous Google Books Metadata

Music Technology Policy

” MTP readers will recall the article in the Chronicle of Higher Education by Berkeley Professor Geoffrey Nunberg, “ Google Book Search: A Disaster for Scholars.” A book on Peter F. They scan books, page by page, for Google Book Search.

Epsilons at the Brave New Googleplex: Film by Fired Google Whistleblower Explains Horrendous Google Books Metadata

Music Technology Policy

MTP readers will recall the article in the Chronicle of Higher Education by Professor Geoffrey Nunberg, “ Google Book Search: A Disaster for Scholars.” A book on Peter F. They scan books, page by page, for Google Book Search.

Did Judge Davis have the authority to remit the Thomas-Rasset award? Authority is remarkably thin.

Copyrights & Campaigns

But did the court actually have the authority to employ remittitur to reduce an award of copyright statutory damages within the range established by 17 U.S.C. § But having read the cases cited in support of the authority for remittuitur here, in both Thomas-Rasset's briefs and the court's order, I was struck by the extremely thin support for the notion that a court may remit an award of copyright statutory damages within the statutory range.

Homeless Military Widow: “My heart is sad for my teenager”

Digital Media Law

Elwood, as I discovered via Google, had co-authored a book a decade before he died: Reflections of a Warrior : Six Years as a Green Beret in Vietnam, by Franklin D. The book was the autobiography of a Congressional Medal of Honor winner whom Elwood met while stationed in Seoul. The book was published in 1991 – on the day Elwood left for Desert Storm – then reprinted in 2003 with some added material: an Afterword that presented a timeline of both authors’ lives.

How Google Took Over the Justice Department Antitrust Division: Renata Hesse’s Timeline

Music Technology Policy

Hesse is the one who has authority over the process, at least most directly, so if the DOJ professional staff did not originate the idea, and if no one in the voluminous consent decree public comments came up with it, it must have come down from on high.

Entertainment Law Update Podcast – Episode 9, Olympic trademarks, album integrity, and more.

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invasion of privacy or any other tort founded upon any single publication or exhibition or utterance, such as any one issue of a newspaper or book or magazine or any one presentation to an audience or any one broadcast over radio or television or any one exhibition of a motion picture.”

The Return of Orphan Works Part 2: A Solution in Search of a Problem

Music Technology Policy

The concept probably started with–wait for it–Lawrence Lessig–in his 2003 New York Times op ed “ Protecting Mickey Mouse at Art’s Expense “ (This from someone with little to do with either Mickey Mouse or art.) While this may have seemed like paranoid rambling before the last year or two, Google’s actions starting at least with the Google Books case should bring its ultimate goals into sharp focus.

Bush's Waterboarding Admission Prompts Calls For Criminal Probe

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

In his new memoir and ensuing book tour, Bush has repeatedly admitted that he directly authorized the waterboarding of three terror suspects. The ACLU acknowledges the significance of this request, but it bears emphasis that the former President's acknowledgment that he authorized torture is absolutely without parallel in American history," the group wrote in its letter to Holder.

The Man Who Spilled the Secrets | Politics | Vanity Fair

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the author reveals the story behind the headlines. Assange himself, arrested in December on behalf of Swedish authorities for questioning in a sexual-assault investigation, spent time in a British prison before being granted release on bail. military in Iraq since March 2003.”

Cite This Blog Post Today, For Tomorrow It May Be Gone

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Rule 1 of The Bluebook —the authoritative manual for legal citations followed by most American law journals—is as simple as can be: “Provide citations to authorities so that readers may identify and find those citations for future research.”

New Disclosure Could Prolong Inquiry on Leak - New York Times

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He says that he was told in mid-June 2003 that Ms. But because Mr. Woodward said that source had still not authorized him to disclose his or her name, he set off a frantic new round of guessing about who that source might be and a wave of public denials by spokesmen for possible suspects. connection with a journalist, Judith Miller, a former reporter for The New York Times, on June 23, 2003. Novak on July 14, 2003.

New Disclosure Could Prolong Inquiry on Leak - New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

He says that he was told in mid-June 2003 that Ms. But because Mr. Woodward said that source had still not authorized him to disclose his or her name, he set off a frantic new round of guessing about who that source might be and a wave of public denials by spokesmen for possible suspects. connection with a journalist, Judith Miller, a former reporter for The New York Times, on June 23, 2003. Novak on July 14, 2003.

HOBBIT TITLES: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY IN CONFUSION

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Tolkien's 1937 novel, The Hobbit , and were later in his The Lord of the Rings book trilogy, and the basis for the hit movie trilogy Lord of the Rings , which earned $3 billion dollars at the box office. Asylum claimed that the word "Hobbits” as used in its film did not refer to the fictional Tolkien creatures, but to a human sub-species whose skeletons were discovered in Indonesia in 2003. Films, like newspapers and books, are protected expression under the First Amendment.

What’s Up for Broadcasters in Washington Under the New Administration – A Look Ahead at TV and Radio FCC Issues for the Rest of 2017

Broadcast Law Blog

Leaving merger review to antitrust authorities, leaving sponsorship and contest issues to the FTC, and moving authority for EEO to the EEOC and state employment agencies would be some examples of where power could be devolved from the FCC. Given the inclinations of the current majority of Commissioners, we would not expect any action on this matter this year (except to, perhaps, close the book on the proposal).

Sidney Blumenthal · A Short History of the Trump Family: The First Family · LRB 16 February 2017

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A Short History of the Trump Family Sidney Blumenthal "The most enduring blight left behind by Donald Trump, long after he has smashed things up, will be the pile of books devoted to trying to make sense of him. That book relates to … everything.” Unlike Trump, who not only didn’t write the books that carry his name but doesn’t seem to have read them, Barnum wrote a great deal.

My Way News - Bush Leads King Groundbreaking Ceremony

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Full Image Google sponsored links Why Mommy is a Democrat - The book George Bush doesn't want your kids to read! It is also probably among the last monuments on the Mall following a 2003 vote in Congress to sharply limit development of the parkland. (AP) Clinton, who signed legislation in 1996 authorizing the memorial, received a standing ovation from the largely black crowd.

My Way News - Bush Leads King Groundbreaking Ceremony

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

Full Image Google sponsored links Why Mommy is a Democrat - The book George Bush doesn't want your kids to read! It is also probably among the last monuments on the Mall following a 2003 vote in Congress to sharply limit development of the parkland. (AP) Clinton, who signed legislation in 1996 authorizing the memorial, received a standing ovation from the largely black crowd.

Roberts Fields Questions on Privacy and Precedents - New York Times

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Roe became an issue minutes after the start of the second day of the first Supreme Court confirmation hearing in 11 years and one in which Judge Roberts, President Bush's nominee to be the nation's 17th chief justice, was also questioned on his views on civil rights, gender discrimination, presidential authority and the proper role of judges.

Roberts Fields Questions on Privacy and Precedents - New York Times

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Roe became an issue minutes after the start of the second day of the first Supreme Court confirmation hearing in 11 years and one in which Judge Roberts, President Bush's nominee to be the nation's 17th chief justice, was also questioned on his views on civil rights, gender discrimination, presidential authority and the proper role of judges.

Karl and Scooter's Excellent Adventure - New York Times

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It still isn't possible to be sure - and this remains the most remarkable thing about the Iraq war," writes the New Yorker journalist George Packer, a disenchanted liberal supporter of the invasion, in his essential new book, "The Assassins' Gate: America in Iraq." evidence that ended up in Mr. Powell's now infamous February 2003 presentation to the U.N.

Karl and Scooter's Excellent Adventure - New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

It still isn't possible to be sure - and this remains the most remarkable thing about the Iraq war," writes the New Yorker journalist George Packer, a disenchanted liberal supporter of the invasion, in his essential new book, "The Assassins' Gate: America in Iraq." evidence that ended up in Mr. Powell's now infamous February 2003 presentation to the U.N.