Monthly Archives: February 2014

The University of Maryland Data Breach: Insights and Questions

Gabriel J. Michael / gmichael at gwu dot edu Yesterday evening, the University of Maryland announced that it had suffered a data breach exposing personally identifiable information of approximately 309,079 individuals, including current and former students, current and former faculty … Continue reading

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Nicolas Rapold and Why the Public Domain Sucks

By now, most of you have probably read Nicolas Rapold’s New York Times piece on film and the public domain. Apart from demonstrating what seems to be an almost willful misunderstanding of how the public domain functions (e.g., there’s no … Continue reading

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The US Does Not Have the Highest IP Protection in the World

Gabriel J. Michael / gmichael at gwu dot edu The text of this post is licensed CC BY-SA 4.0, and may be shared and reposted with attribution. Please include a link back to this page, which will contain the most … Continue reading

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