The International Free and Open Source Software Law Book edit / delete

"As legal systems differ throughout the world there are significant differences in how Free and Open Source Software licenses are treated in different countries, and it can be difficult to obtain reliable information on national interpretations." Very interesting.

to law licensing open-source ... on 14 October 2016

Tax Protester FAQ edit / delete

"This FAQ is not complete, and will never be complete. As you are reading this, some crank with a defective grasp of law, history, economics, and the English language is developing a new reason why the income tax does not apply to him."

to amusements law ... on 03 March 2016

European Copyright Code - Introduction edit / delete

"The European Copyright Code is the result of the Wittem Project that was established in 2002 as a collaboration between copyright scholars across the European Union concerned with the future development of European copyright law." The EU has lots of variation in copyright law at the moment; this is a sketch of what a common copyright framework might look like. Worth reading, but bear in mind that it's *not* actually law...

to copyright eu europe law ... on 18 January 2015

Intellectual Property Office - Changes to copyright law and guidance edit / delete

The changes to UK copyright law that are coming in summer 2014.

to copyright digital-rights law uk ... on 28 April 2014

CanLII - 2012 ABQB 571 (CanLII) edit / delete

Highly entertaining legal writeup of a family of vexatious litigation strategies.

to amusements law legal ... on 07 March 2014

Stanford Technology Law Review edit / delete

Some interesting articles (although some that even to my eye are a bit shallow).

to ag0700 law patents software ... on 07 December 2012

Gamer/Law edit / delete

Lots of interesting articles on the legalities of game development.

to ag0700 games law ... on 07 October 2012

Nintendo Company Ltd & Anor v Playables Ltd & Anor [2010] EWHC 1932 (Ch) (28 July 2010) edit / delete

The decision itself. I find it highly entertaining the number of news sites who think the judge's first name was "Justice" -- do they think Barack Obama's first name is "President" too?

to copy-protection copyright gba law ... on 07 October 2011

PLC - High Court upholds Nintendo claim in "modchips" case edit / delete

Summary of the 2010 decision.

to copy-protection copyright gba law ... on 07 October 2011

Case Law Hall of Fame - Lowering the Bar edit / delete

Entertaining US court cases.

to amusements law ... on 29 April 2011

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