Law, Tech and Policy
Obama’s Proposed Changes to the Computer Hacking Statute: A Deep Dive – Orin Kerr at The Washington Post’s Volokh Conspiracy.
Also by Orin Kerr: Would a New Crime of ‘Willful Refusal to Comply with a Decryption Order’ be the Best Answer to the Device Decryption Puzzle? – Washington Post’s Volokh Conspiracy.
The Internet of Things is Going to be a Legal Nightmare – The Verge.
Want to Reform the NSA? Give Edward Snowden Immunity – Any Effort that Tries to Rebuild the Well-Behaved Aspects of the System but Ignores the Critical Role of Whistleblowers is Sure to Fail. – Yochai Benkler at The Atlantic.
Are Takedowns in 48 Hours ‘Expeditious’ Enough? The Case of Square Ring v. UStream – Professor Eric Goldman at the Technology & Marketing Law Blog.
Robots are Starting to Break the Law and Nobody Knows What to Do About It – Daniel Rivero at Fusion.
Can Sony Sue Media Outlets Who Publish the Stolen Sony documents? – Eugene Volokh at the Washington Post’s Volokh Conspiracy.
Most Anticipated – the Great 2015 Book Preview – The Millions.
Fifty Best Films of the Decade (2010-2014) So Far (Part I and Part II) – The Dissolve.
Why is Everyone So Busy? Time Poverty is a Problem Partly of Perception and Partly of Distribution – The Economist.
Reading – This Warren Buffet Guy is on to Something and How I Find Things to Read – M.G. Siegler.