Monday, December 19, 2011

Dewy Web: 12/7 - What's Wrong with SOPA? ... which could limit the Internet a lot, Nearly 400 web internet domain names have been seized thus far

"12/7 - What's Wrong with SOPA?" online video conversation on December 7, 2011, and which is accessible here - ... Stanford Law - Center for Internet and Society ... check it out ... SOPA could limit the internet a lot ...

... am adding to the Law School at World University and School -

(I think this conversation may become archived and become freely accessible, which it has been ...)


Is a SOPA compromise is emerging? .... ... due to 'What's Wrong with SOPA' ...


In planning for 50-100 online, interactive, free, accredited law schools in 50-100 countries/nation states, WUaS wants, too, to help facilitate the development of international, internet law, especially Creative Commons' law ... ... and ... and much more (e.g. Maritime Law?) ... I hope these will be big law schools employing a big faculty, hired significantly from Stanford, Harvard and Yale, and these other great universities ...


Nearly 400 web internet domain names have been seized thus far by the U.S. so far, mostly Counterfeiting-related by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations group and the FBI's Washington field office. Read more:, which is a little scary for free speech, but is also a somewhat small number - ...

will add to and perhaps the WU law school.


SOPA is a little scary for 1st amendment reasons ...

(will look to add here ...

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Here's a related NYT's article by Colleen Chien and Stanford University Law Professor Mark Lemley:

Patents, Smartphones and the Public Interest (December 13, 2011)

And here's a further related ...

"The ITC exclusion order against HTC delays implementation for four months to allow a design-around" ...


Here's a White House petition to 'VETO the SOPA bill and any other future bills that threaten to diminish the free flow of information' ...!/petition/veto-sopa-bill-and-any-other-future-bills-threaten-diminish-free-flow-information/g3W1BscR


SOPA and our 2010 Circumvention Study, by Harvard Law Professor John Palfrey -


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