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European Court Of Human Rights Reinforces Right To Access Online Content

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Back in 2010, Techdirt reported on Turkey's habit of blocking Google over certain holdings on its various sites. Mostly these were YouTube videos it took exception to, but other services were banned too. An earlier case, from 2009, received less attention at the time, but has now led to a...
European Court Of Human Rights Reinforces Right To Access Online Content

Quick List Of Successes In Which Copyright Didn't Matter

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There's sort of an odd back and forth that happens at Techdirt, where we spend a great deal of time highlighting all the success stories of artists and creators that managed quite well without operating under the stringent guidelines of intellectual property laws. Glyn Moody recently covered one such story...
Quick List Of Successes In Which Copyright Didn't Matter

Funniest/Most Insightful Comments Of The Week At Techdirt

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With only one exception, this week's top comments are of the short-and-punchy variety--so in that spirit, let's dive right in. On the Insightful side, first place goes to a comment on our post about how obsolete metrics are a bigger problem than piracy. Fogbugzd responded to one line in particular:...
Funniest/Most Insightful Comments Of The Week At Techdirt

Demand That Congress Actually Debate FISA Amendments Act

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We've pointed out that the unconstitutional FISA Amendments Act (along with its secret interpretation), look likely to get renewed before the end of the year. Senator Wyden is willing to drop his hold, but if he doesn't get certain amendments in, he wants to limit the length of the extension...
Demand That Congress Actually Debate FISA Amendments Act

Infographic: People Will Pay To Support Creators, Even When Free Is An Option

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Back when we first launched the Insider Shop, we made two PDF ebooks available at any price you choose: Mike's Approaching Infinity (on new business models and the economics of abundance) and our Sky Is Rising report on the state of the entertainment industries. More recently, we launched three fiction...
Infographic: People Will Pay To Support Creators, Even When Free Is An Option

Historic Ruling Against First Modern Drug Patent In India

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As Techdirt has reported over the last year, the Indian government is becoming increasingly keen on using cheaper, generic versions of important drugs to treat diseases, rather than paying Western-level prices its people can ill afford. Intellectual Property Watch reports on another instance of the Indian authorities easing the way...
Historic Ruling Against First Modern Drug Patent In India
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Funniest/Most Insightful Comments Of The Week At Techdirt

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Maybe, as in the Olympics, commenters should have to retain their amateur status in order to compete. But since such a rule does not exist at present, the big winner this week is our own Tim Geigner (whose ebooks are now available in the Insider Shop). Tim took the top...
Funniest/Most Insightful Comments Of The Week At Techdirt

Fiction By Timothy Geigner, Now Available At The Techdirt Insider Shop

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As some of you may know, in addition to posts and comments for Techdirt, Tim Geigner aka Dark Helmet also writes novels. Today we're happy to announce that all three of his "conspiracy fiction" titles are now available as PDF ebooks in the Techdirt Insider Shop. These new editions feature...
Fiction By Timothy Geigner, Now Available At The Techdirt Insider Shop
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