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  1. United States Copyright Office Declares YouTube Remixes Are Legal

    Byron Gordon of SEO-PR interviewed Stanford Law School Professor Lawrence Lessig about copyright issues back at SES Chicago 2008. Most reporters are focused on the United States Copyright Office declaration that it is it legal to unlock or...

  2. Top ten stories from SES Chicago 2008 for Day 3

    Stanford Law School Professor Lawrence Lessig, who gave the opening keynote at SES Chicago 2008 on Monday, talks about the problems and shortcomings of current copyright laws and discusses solutions on how to revise copyright laws to end the war...

  3. Professor Lawrence Lessig to Keynote at SES Chicago

    Lawrence Lessig, a Professor of Law at Stanford Law School, will be giving the opening keynote at Search Engine Strategies Chicago on Monday, Dec. The title of his keynote is “Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy.

  4. SearchDay | Measuring a Text Ad's Effectiveness

    Professor Lawrence Lessig to Keynote at SES Chicago Posted by Greg Jarboe Oct 20, 2008 Lawrence Lessig, a Professor of Law at Stanford Law School, will be giving the opening keynote at Search Engine Strategies Chicago on Monday, Dec.

  5. Google Print Debate at NY Public Library

    Lawrence Lessig, Stanford Law School This should be interesting: The NYPL and WIRED Magazine present a discussion about the competing interests and issues raised by the Google Print Library Project, and whether a universal digital repository of our...

  6. University of Michigan Official Comments on Google Library Lawsuit

    The article also includes comments Stanford Law School Prof. The Authors Guild says that the Google Library scanning program is a, "brazen violation of copyright law. We are confident that this project complies with copyright law," James Hilton, an...

  7. Search Engines And Legal Issues

    Turns out, Stanford University owns the patent on PageRank, a part of the Google ranking system. Google's SafeSearch porn filter was found to exclude non-porn sites such as the American Library Association, in a recent test conducted by the Harvard...

  8. Google Makes Scientology Infringement Demand Public

    Google provided a copy of the letter from law firm Moxon & Kobrin to online rights watchdog Chilling Effects, a joint project of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Harvard, Stanford, Berkeley, and University of San Francisco law school clinics.