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Columbia Law School
Fall 2017

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First drafts of your second essay will be due December 22nd. Please see SecondEssay for template and instructions.

 


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First drafts of your first essays should be submitted before Friday, November 10. Please see FirstEssay for a template that will help you put your draft in the wiki, and contains instructions for attaining your desired level of privacy in submitting the draft.
 

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Fall 2017

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There will be no class meeting on October 5, as the Federal Circuit will be using our classroom for oral argument. Please read the news article Moglen On Privacy And ‘The Machine’: This Is Not Over Yet, from Intellectual Property Watch, covering my speech last Monday at Yale Law School. The video production is not ideal. You can listen to a better version of the audio if you prefer.

Also for October 5, please listen to or read my Die Gedanken Sind Frei: The Free Software Movement and the Struggle for Freedom of Thought, Wizards of OS3, Berlin, June 10, 2004

Office hours will be extended throughout scheduled class time, 1:50pm-5:50pm, on the 5th, in JGH 642.

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Columbia Law School
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David Streitfeld, Tech Giants, Once Seen as Saviors, Are Now Viewed as Threats, New York Times, October 12, 2017
 Mawuna Koutonin, No business, no boozing, no casual sex: when Togo turned off the internet, The Guardian, September 21, 2017

Kenneth P. Vogel, Google Critic Ousted From Think Tank Funded by the Tech Giant , New York Times, August 30, 2017


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 Also for October 5, please listen to or read my Die Gedanken Sind Frei: The Free Software Movement and the Struggle for Freedom of Thought, Wizards of OS3, Berlin, June 10, 2004

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Also for October 5, please listen to or read my Die Gedanken Sind Frei: The Free Software Movement and the Struggle for Freedom of Thought, Wizards of OS3, Berlin, June 10, 2004

Office hours will be extended throughout scheduled class time, 1:50pm-5:50pm, on the 5th, in JGH 642.

On October 12, we will continue our discussion of AnarchistsAuthorsOwners.

 

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Columbia Law School
Fall 2017

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Barry Lynn, I criticized Google. It got me fired. That’s how corporate power works., Washington Post, August 31, 2017


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Columbia Law School
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Columbia Law School
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Registration will close shortly, and is not optional.

We will complete discussion of PoliticalEconomy on September 14. For September 21, please read the materials in GraspingtheNet.

 


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Columbia Law School
Fall 2017

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 Tom Simonite, Google and Microsoft Can Use AI to Extract Many More Ad Dollars from Our Clicks, Wired News, August 31, 2017

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Columbia Law School
Fall 2017


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Columbia Law School
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Please note that our classroom has changed. We will meet Thursday 7 September and thereafter in JGH 106.


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Columbia Law School
Fall 2017

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Tom Simonite, Google and Microsoft Can Use AI to Extract Many More Ad Dollars from Our Clicks, Wired News, August 31, 2017


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Columbia Law School
Fall 2017

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Keith L. Alexander, Judge orders tech company to release Web user data from anti-Trump website, Washington Post, August 24, 2017


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Columbia Law School
Fall 2017

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Tom Simonite, Google and Microsoft Can Use AI to Extract Many More Ad Dollars from Our Clicks, Wired News, August 31, 2017
 Keith L. Alexander, Judge orders tech company to release Web user data from anti-Trump website, Washington Post, August 24, 2017

 
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 Keith L. Alexander, Judge orders tech company to release Web user data from anti-Trump website, Washington Post, August 24, 2017
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 Eben Moglen and Mishi Choudhary, Zuckerberg Nobly Carries White Man's Burden: Poor Indians' Data Packets, Indian Express, October 30, 2015
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 Jim Dwyer, Volkswagen's Diesel Fraud Makes Critic of Secret Code a Prophet, September 22, 2015

Eben Moglen, Transcript: When Software is in Everything: Future Liability Nightmares Free Software Helps Avoid, June 30, 2010

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Danny Yadron, Former Heads of Homeland Security, NSA Back Encryption, The Wall Street Journal, July 29, 2015

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Ben Sobel, Facial recognition technology is everywhere. It may not be legal., The Washington Post, June 11, 2015

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 Anne Flaherty, Social media companies fighting Senate surveillance bill, The Columbus Dispatch, July 27, 2015

Cyrus Farivar, "Facebook’s facial recognition will one day find you, even while facing away, Ars Technica, Jun 24, 2015

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 Alejandro Llorente et al, Social media fingerprints of unemployment, arXiv:1411.3140, November 12, 2014

Brent Skorup, Cops scan social media to help assess your ‘threat rating’, Reuters Blog, December 12, 2014

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 Eben Moglen, The GCHQ boss’s assault on privacy is promoting illegality on the net, The Guardian, November 13, 2014

Event: 1971 Screening and Discussion on Surveillance November 7, 2014, Davis Auditorium

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 Michael Corkery and Jessica Silver-Greenberg, Miss a Payment? Good Luck Moving That Car, New York Times, September 24, 2014
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 atockar, Riding with the Stars: Passenger Privacy in the NYC Taxicab Dataset, Neustar Research, September 15, 2014

Eugene Mandel, How the Napa earthquake affected Bay area sleepers, Jawbone.com Blog, August 25, 2014

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 Tom Warren, Microsoft, like Google, tips off police for child porn arrest, The Verge, August 7, 2014
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 Vindu Goel, How Facebook Sold You Krill Oil, New York Times, August 2, 2014

 

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Columbia Law School
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Columbia Law School
Fall 2016


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Columbia Law School
Fall 2016

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Kenneth Lipp, AT&T Is Spying on Americans for Profit, New Documents Reveal, Daily Beast, October 25, 2016
 Nicole Perlroth, How Spy Tech Firms Let Governments See Everything on a Smartphone, New York Times, September 2, 2016

Eben Moglen and Mishi Choudhary, Zuckerberg Nobly Carries White Man's Burden: Poor Indians' Data Packets, Indian Express, October 30, 2015


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Columbia Law School
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Columbia Law School
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  4. Learned about DejaVu, and acquired viewer software for your computers and personal tracking devices;
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  2. Signed up to be notified of changes here by email, or subscribed to the news feed;
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  2. Read the introductory section on PoliticalEconomy.

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Columbia Law School
Fall 2016

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Nicole Perlroth, How Spy Tech Firms Let Governments See Everything on a Smartphone, New York Times, September 2, 2016
 Eben Moglen and Mishi Choudhary, Zuckerberg Nobly Carries White Man's Burden: Poor Indians' Data Packets, Indian Express, October 30, 2015

David Gelles, Hiroko Tabuchi and Matthew Dolan, Complex Car Software Becomes the Weak Spot Uinder the Hood, New York Times, September 27, 2015


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Columbia Law School
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Columbia Law School
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Columbia Law School
Fall 2016

 

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 Jim Dwyer, Volkswagen's Diesel Fraud Makes Critic of Secret Code a Prophet, September 22, 2015

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 David Gelles, Hiroko Tabuchi and Matthew Dolan, Complex Car Software Becomes the Weak Spot Under the Hood, New York Times, September 27, 2015

Jim Dwyer, Volkswagen's Diesel Fraud Makes Critic of Secret Code a Prophet, September 22, 2015


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Jim Dwyer, Volkswagen's Diesel Fraud Makes Critic of Secret Code a Prophet, September 22, 2015

 Eben Moglen, Transcript: When Software is in Everything: Future Liability Nightmares Free Software Helps Avoid, June 30, 2010

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Jim Dwyer, Volkswagen’s Diesel Fraud Makes Critic of Secret Code a Prophet, September 22, 2015

Eben Moglen, Transcript: When Software is in Everything: Future Liability Nightmares Free Software Helps Avoid, June 30, 2010

 Robert A. Burton, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love A.I., New York Times, September 21, 2015

David Yee, Video Surveillance: Abusing Power or Protecting the Public?, IVN.us, Aug. 21, 2015


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Reading materials for the course are provided over this Wiki: you don't need to buy any books. But you do need software that can read the wonderful, free DejaVu format for scanned documents. Here are aids to installing DejaVu readers on your laptops and mobile surveillance and consumer control devices.

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Robert A. Burton, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love A.I., New York Times, September 21, 2015
 David Yee, Video Surveillance: Abusing Power or Protecting the Public?, IVN.us, Aug. 21, 2015

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Columbia Law School
Fall 2014

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Columbia Law School
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Reading materials for the course are provided over this Wiki: you don't need to buy any books. But you do need software that can read the wonderful, free DejaVu format for scanned documents. Here are aids to installing DejaVu readers on your laptops and mobile surveillance and consumer control devices.

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David Yee, Video Surveillance: Abusing Power or Protecting the Public?, IVN.us, Aug. 21, 2015

Julia Sklar, Policing sex trafficking in the digital age, MIT News, August 18, 2015

Grant Gross, "DOJ calls for encryption balance that includes law enforcement needs, CIO, August 12, 2015

Andrew Blake, Can you see me now? ‘Privacy Visor’ goggles trick facial recognition tech, Washington Times, August 12, 2015

Danny Yadron, Former Heads of Homeland Security, NSA Back Encryption, The Wall Street Journal, July 29, 2015

Anne Flaherty, Social media companies fighting Senate surveillance bill, The Columbus Dispatch, July 27, 2015

Cyrus Farivar, "Facebook’s facial recognition will one day find you, even while facing away, Ars Technica, Jun 24, 2015

 Ben Sobel, Facial recognition technology is everywhere. It may not be legal., The Washington Post, June 11, 2015

Alejandro Llorente et al, Social media fingerprints of unemployment, arXiv:1411.3140, November 12, 2014


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Ben Sobel, Facial recognition technology is everywhere. It may not be legal., The Washington Post, June 11, 2015
 Alejandro Llorente et al, Social media fingerprints of unemployment, arXiv:1411.3140, November 12, 2014

Brent Skorup, Cops scan social media to help assess your ‘threat rating’, Reuters Blog, December 12, 2014


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Alejandro Llorente et al, Social media fingerprints of unemployment, arXiv:1411.3140, November 12, 2014

Brent Skorup, Cops scan social media to help assess your ‘threat rating’, Reuters Blog, December 12, 2014

 People Love Spying On One Another: A Q & A With Facebook Critic Eben Moglen, Washington Post, November 19, 2014

Eben Moglen, The GCHQ boss’s assault on privacy is promoting illegality on the net, The Guardian, November 13, 2014


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People Love Spying On One Another: A Q & A With Facebook Critic Eben Moglen, Washington Post, November 19, 2014
 Eben Moglen, The GCHQ boss’s assault on privacy is promoting illegality on the net, The Guardian, November 13, 2014

Event: 1971 Screening and Discussion on Surveillance November 7, 2014, Davis Auditorium


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Robert Lemos, Mac OS X Yosemite sends location, search data to Apple, Ars Technica, October 20, 2014

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Dominic Rushe, Router That Anonymises Internet Activity Raises $300,000 on Kickstarter, The Guardian, October 14, 2014


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 Michael Corkery and Jessica Silver-Greenberg, Miss a Payment? Good Luck Moving That Car, New York Times, September 24, 2014

Devlin Barrett & Danny Yadron, New Level of Smartphone Encryption Alarms Law Enforcement, Wall Street Journal, September 22, 2014


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 Michael Corkery and Jessica Silver-Greenberg, Miss a Payment? Good Luck Moving That Car, New York Times, September 24, 2014

Devlin Barrett & Danny Yadron, New Level of Smartphone Encryption Alarms Law Enforcement, Wall Street Journal, September 22, 2014


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 Devlin Barrett & Danny Yadron, New Level of Smartphone Encryption Alarms Law Enforcement, Wall Street Journal, September 22, 2014

atockar, Riding with the Stars: Passenger Privacy in the NYC Taxicab Dataset, Neustar Research, September 15, 2014


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 atockar, Riding with the Stars: Passenger Privacy in the NYC Taxicab Dataset, Neustar Research, September 15, 2014

Eugene Mandel, How the Napa earthquake affected Bay area sleepers, Jawbone.com Blog, August 25, 2014


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Reading materials for the course are provided over this Wiki: you don't need to buy any books. But you do need software that can read the wonderful, free DejaVu format for scanned documents. Here are aids to installing DejaVu readers on your laptops and mobile surveillance and consumer control devices.

The topics we shall take up are listed below, in the order of discussion. For our first meeting, please begin reading the materials introducing contemporary PoliticalEconomy.

 

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 Eugene Mandel, How the Napa earthquake affected Bay area sleepers, Jawbone.com Blog, August 25, 2014

Al Sassco, Fitness Trackers are Changing Online Privacy — and It's Time to Pay Attention, CIO.com, August 14, 2014


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Columbia Law School
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Henry Alford, A Web of Answers and Questions, New York Times, October 26, 2012

Brian Proffitt, BitTorrent Downloads Booming - And Benefitting Musicians, ReadWriteWeb, September 18, 2012

Will Oremus, Why Twitter Caved and Handed an “Occupy” Protester’s Data to the Government, Slate, September 14, 2012

Jon Campbell , LAPD Spy Device Taps Your Cell Phone, LA Weekly, September 13 2012

Zoe Corbyn, Facebook experiment boosts US voter turnout, Nature, September 12 2012

Tarun Wadhwa, The Next Privacy Battle: Cameras That Judge Your Every Move, Forbes, August 30, 2012

Sara Reardon, FBI launches $1 billion face recognition project, New Scientist, September 7, 2012

Susanne Craig, What Restaurants Know (About You), New York Times, September 5, 2012

Jon Brodkin, Police seizure of text messages violated 4th Amendment, judge rules, ARS Technica, September 5, 2012

Parmy Olson,, FBI Agent's Laptop 'Hacked' To Grab 12 Million Apple IDs, Forbes, September 4, 2012

Sasha Issenberg, Why Campaign Reporters Are Behind the Curve, New York Times, September 1, 2012

Ryan Gallagher, FBI To Give Facial Recognition Software to Law-Enforcement Agencies, Slate.com, August 23, 2012

AP, SKorean judges block law requiring real names online, ruling it restricts freedom of speech, Winnipeg Free Press, August 23, 2012

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Laura Poitras, The Program, New York Times, August 22, 2012

Andy Greenberg, U.S. Customs Tracks Millions Of License Plates And Has Shared Data With Insurance Firms, Forbes, August 21, 2012

Adam Goldman and Matt Apuzzo, NYPD: Muslim spying led to no leads, terror cases, AP, August 21, 2012

Dave Lee, How algorithms will help us spend, spend, spend, BBC News, August 20, 2012

Naomi Wolk, The new totalitarianism of surveillance technology, the guardian, August 15, 2012

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Kashmir Hill, Beware, Tech Abandoners. People Without Facebook Accounts Are 'Suspicious.', Forbes, August 8, 2012

Alistair Croll, Big data is our generation’s civil rights issue, and we don’t know it, O'Reilly Radar, August 2, 2012

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Olivia Solon, Study: Twitter analysis can be used to detect psychopathy, Wired, July 23, 2012

Timothy B. Lee, It's legal: cops seize cell phone, impersonate owner, ars technica, July 19, 2012

Alexandra Alter, Your E-Book Is Reading You. Wall Street Journal, July 19, 2012

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Emil Protalinski, Facebook scans chats and posts for criminal activity, CNET, July 12, 2012

Eric Lichtblau, More Demands on Cell Carriers in Surveillance, New York Times, July 8, 2012

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 Dominic Rushe, Google report reveals sharp increase in government requests for users' data, guardian.co.uk, November 13, 2012

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Kevin J. O'Brien, Data-Gathering via Apps Presents a Gray Legal Area, New York Times, October 28, 2012


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 Brian Proffitt, BitTorrent Downloads Booming - And Benefitting Musicians, ReadWriteWeb, September 18, 2012

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Jon Campbell , LAPD Spy Device Taps Your Cell Phone, LA Weekly, September 13 2012

Zoe Corbyn, Facebook experiment boosts US voter turnout, Nature, September 12 2012

Tarun Wadhwa, The Next Privacy Battle: Cameras That Judge Your Every Move, Forbes, August 30, 2012

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Jon Brodkin, Police seizure of text messages violated 4th Amendment, judge rules, ARS Technica, September 5, 2012

 Parmy Olson,, FBI Agent's Laptop 'Hacked' To Grab 12 Million Apple IDs, Forbes, September 4, 2012

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 Mike Masnick, Details Emerging On Stingray Technology, Allowing Feds To Locate People By Pretending To Be Cell Towers, Techdirt, Sept 27, 2011

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Don Reisinger, Visa, MasterCard to use buying history for ad targeting?, CNet, October 25, 2011

Nick Judd, http://techpresident.com/blog-entry/google-data-shows-government-internet-surveillance-far-outstrips-wiretap-requests, TEch President, October 25, 2011

 Mike Masnick, Details Emerging On Stingray Technology, Allowing Feds To Locate People By Pretending To Be Cell Towers, Techdirt, Sept 27, 2011

Quentin Hardy, Cellphones Are Servers and Servers Are Cellphones, NY Times, October 12, 2011


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Quentin Hardy, Cellphones Are Servers and Servers Are Cellphones, NY Times, October 12, 2011

Somini Sengupta, Stanford Researcher Finds Lots of Leaky Web Sites, NY Times, October 11, 2011

 John Markoff, Government Aims to Build a ‘Data Eye in the Sky’, NY Times, October 10, 2011

Nicholas Kulish, Pirates’ Strong Showing in Berlin Elections Surprises Even Them, NY Times, September 20, 2011


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 Nicholas Kulish, Pirates’ Strong Showing in Berlin Elections Surprises Even Them, NY Times, September 20, 2011

A. G. Sulzberger, In Small Towns, Gossip Moves to the Web, and Turns Vicious, NY Times, September 20, 2011


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A. G. Sulzberger, In Small Towns, Gossip Moves to the Web, and Turns Vicious, NY Times, September 20, 2011

Joe Wilcox, DigiNotar goes bust, betaNews, September 20, 2011

Christopher Soghoian, The forces that led to the DigiNotar hack, slight paranoia, September 19, 2011

John P. Mello Jr., The Swift Erosion of Online Trust, TechNewsWorld, September 13, 2011

John Leyden, Google tells Iranians: Change your Gmail password, The Register September 9, 2011

 Dan Rowinski, Is Android Really Open? Skyhook's Battle With Google Challenges That Claim, NY Times, May 6, 2011

Robert McMillan, Mozilla Defies DHS, Will Not Remove Mafiaa Fire Add-on, PC World, May 5, 2011


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Fall, 2011

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Columbia Law School
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Dan Rowinski, Is Android Really Open? Skyhook's Battle With Google Challenges That Claim, NY Times, May 6, 2011

Robert McMillan, Mozilla Defies DHS, Will Not Remove Mafiaa Fire Add-on, PC World, May 5, 2011

David Kravets, CNET Accused of Copyright Infringement for Distributing LimeWire, Wired, May 4, 2011

Nate Anderson, Unhappy Mounties sick of being private copyright cops, Ars Technica, May 4, 2011

James Kanter, Europe Leads in Pushing for Privacy of User Data, NY Times, May 3, 2011

Denise Lavoie, OMG: Tweets, Facebook welcome in Mass. Courtroom, Associated Press, May 2, 2011

Dan Frosch, Enforcing Copyrights Online, for a Profit, NY Times, May 2, 2011

Nate Anderson, After botched child porn raid, judge sees the light on IP addresses, Ars Technica, May 2, 2011

Matthew Lasar, Wikileaks cables reveal US pressuring Canada on IP enforcement, Ars Technica, May 1, 2011

Natasha Singer, Data Privacy, Put to the Test, NY Times, April 30, 2011

 Rik Myslewski, US Supremes deal death blow to class action lawsuits, The Register, April 28, 2011

Nancy Gohring, Supreme Court Decision Makes It Harder to Form Class Suits, PCWorld, April 27, 2011


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Nancy Gohring, Supreme Court Decision Makes It Harder to Form Class Suits, PCWorld, April 27, 2011

What Happens To Data When a Cloud Provider Dies?, Slashdot, April 26, 2011

Sean Lawson, Where is the “Public Awareness” in the Cyber Security Public Awareness Act?, Forbes, April 26, 2011

Emily Bazelon, How to Unmask the Internet’s Vilest Characters, NY Times, April 22, 2011

Andrew Orlowski, What now for the anti-piracy law?, The Register, April 21, 2011

Greg Sandoval, Google accused of hypocrisy on Grooveshark ban, CNET, April 21, 2011

Michael Ono, Online Identity Theft Prompts Security Guidelines From White House, ABC News, April 21, 2011

 Staff infoZine, Lawsuit Against YouTube Threatens Global Growth of Political Speech, April 8, 2011

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Nate Anderson Email Author, Google: Don’t Give Private ‘Trolls’ Web Censorship Power, Wired, April 7, 2011

Cory Doctorow, Colombian Justice Minister ramming through extremist copyright legislation without public consultation, Boing Boing, April 7, 2011

Grant Gross, California Lawmaker Touts Do-not-track Bill, IDG News, April 4, 2011

John D. Sutter, Syria tests internet freedom theory,CNN, March 30, 2011

Matthew Lasar, Hard drive search warrants: should there be any limits?, Ars Technica, March 24, 2011

Ben Kerschberg, Can The Government Seize Your Email Without A Warrant? You’ll Be Surprised., Forbes, blogpost, February 8, 2011

 Joe Karaganis (ed.), Media Piracy in Emerging Economies, SSRC, 2011

Leslie Scism and Mark Maremont, Insurers Test Data Profiles to Identify Risky Clients, Wall Street Journal, November 19, 2010


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Kim Zetter, Feds ‘Pinged’ Sprint GPS Data 8 Million Times Over a Year, Wired, December 1, 2009


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Christopher Soghoian, 8 Million Reasons for Real Surveillance Oversight, paranoia.dubfire.net, December 1, 2009


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 Christopher Soghoian, 8 Million Reasons for Real Surveillance Oversight, paranoia.dubfire.net, December 1, 2009

Cory Doctorow, Traffic cameras used to harass and limit movement of peaceful protestors, BoingBoing, November 21, 2009


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Noah Shachtman, U.S. Spies Buy Stake in Firm That Monitors Blogs, Tweets, Wired, October 19, 2009


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Eben Moglen, Patent Law at a Crossroads: Bilski and Beyond, Speech at Cardozo, November 2, 2009


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Ryan Singel, YouTube’s Bandwidth Bill Is Zero. Welcome to the New Net, Wired, October 16, 2009


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 Nate Anderson, 100 years of Big Content fearing technology—in its own words, Ars Technica, October 11, 2009

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Nate Anderson, 100 years of Big Content fearing technology—in its own words, Ars Technica, October 11, 2009

 SFLC Amicus Curiae: Bilski v. Kappos

Glyn Moody, Open Source Makes Big Gains at the London Stock Exchange, Computerworld UK, October 6, 2009


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James G. Lakely, The Strange Philosophy Behind the Movement for Net Neutrality(full pdf), The Heartland Institute, October 5th, 2009

 Randall Stross, Will Books Be Napsterized?, New York times, October 4, 2009

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 For now, the most important thing is just that any page of the wiki has an edit button, and your work in the course consists of writings that we will collaboratively produce here. You can make new pages, edit existing pages, attach files to any page, add links, leave comments in the comment boxes--whatever in your opinion adds to a richer dialog. During the semester I will assign writing exercises, which will also be posted here. All of everyone's work contributes to a larger and more informative whole, which is what our conversation is informed by, and helps us to understand.
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Columbia Law School
Fall, 2008

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Columbia Law School
Fall, 2008


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Columbia Law School
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Columbia Law School
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Columbia Law School
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Columbia Law School
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Columbia Law School
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Columbia Law School
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Columbia Law School
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Columbia Law School
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Columbia Law School
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Columbia Law School
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Columbia Law School
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Columbia Law School
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Columbia Law School
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Columbia Law School
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A Word on Technology Old and New About the Word

This seminar is an attempt to learn about, understand and predict the development of law in a rapidly changing area. We must assemble the field of knowledge relevant to our questions even as we begin trying to answer them. Wiki technology is an ideal match for the work we have in hand. Below you will find an introduction to this particular wiki, or TWiki, where you can learn as much or as little about how this technology works as you want.

For now, the most important thing is just that any page of the wiki has an edit button, and your work in the course consists of writings that we will collaboratively produce here. You can make new pages, edit existing pages, attach files to any page, add links, leave comments in the comment boxes--whatever in your opinion adds to a richer dialog. During the semester I will assign writing exercises, which will also be posted here. All of everyone's work contributes to a larger and more informative whole, which is what our conversation is informed by, and helps us to understand.

Please begin by registering. I look forward to seeing you at our first meeting on the 4th.

Introduction to the LawNetSoc Web

The LawNetSoc site is a collaborative class space built on Twiki [twiki.org], a free software wiki system. If this is your first time using a wiki for a long term project, or first time using a wiki at all, you might want to take a minute and look around this site. If you see something on the page that you don't know how to create in a wiki, take a look at the text that produced it using the "Edit" button at the top of each page, and feel free to try anything out in the Sandbox.

All of the Twiki documentation is also right at hand. Follow the TWiki link in the sidebar. There are a number of good tutorials and helpful FAQs there explaining the basics of what a wiki does, how to use Twiki, and how to format text.

 
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Introduction, Political Economy:
The Way We Live Now

Sociology, Economics, Legal Theory:
Grasping the Net

Copyright and Other Intellectual Improperty:
Anarchists, Authors, and Owners

Carriage Regulation:
Controlling the Switches

Privacy in Private and Public Law:
The State, The Spook, The Cop, Her Wife, and His Lover

Eyes Wide Shut:
Taboo Enforcement and the First Amendment

Making Broadcasters Unconstitutional:
Rethinking Media Law

Electronic Democracy:
Restructuring Politics

 

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Professor Eben Moglen

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My office hours are Wednesday 11-1, and Thursday 3-4, in JG642, and by appointment at other times. Please email moglen@columbia.edu for an appointment, or consult my assistant, Ian Sullivan, at 212-461-1905.

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A Word on Technology Old and New About the Word

This seminar is an attempt to learn about, understand and predict the development of law in a rapidly changing area. We must assemble the field of knowledge relevant to our questions even as we begin trying to answer them. Wiki technology is an ideal match for the work we have in hand. Below you will find an introduction to this particular wiki, or TWiki, where you can learn as much or as little about how this technology works as you want.

For now, the most important thing is just that any page of the wiki has an edit button, and your work in the course consists of writings that we will collaboratively produce here. You can make new pages, edit existing pages, attach files to any page, add links, leave comments in the comment boxes--whatever in your opinion adds to a richer dialog. During the semester I will assign writing exercises, which will also be posted here. All of everyone's work contributes to a larger and more informative whole, which is what our conversation is informed by, and helps us to understand.

Please begin by registering. I look forward to seeing you at our first meeting on the 17th.

Introduction to the LawNetSoc Web

The LawNetSoc site is a collaborative class space built on Twiki [twiki.org], a free software wiki system. If this is your first time using a wiki for a long term project, or first time using a wiki at all, you might want to take a minute and look around this site. If you see something on the page that you don't know how to create in a wiki, take a look at the text that produced it using the "Edit" button at the top of each page, and feel free to try anything out in the Sandbox.

All of the Twiki documentation is also right at hand. Follow the TWiki link in the sidebar. There are a number of good tutorials and helpful FAQs there explaining the basics of what a wiki does, how to use Twiki, and how to format text.

From TWiki's point of view, this course, English Legal History & its Materials, is one "web." There are other webs here: the sandbox for trying wiki experiments, for example, and my other courses, etc. You're welcome to look around in those webs too, of course. Below are some useful tools for dealing with this particular web of ours. You can see the list of recent changes, and you can arrange to be notified of changes, either by email or by RSS feed. I would strongly recommend that you sign up for one or another form of notification; if not, it is your responsibility to keep abreast of the changes yourself.

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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From TWiki's point of view, this course, English Legal History & its Materials, is one "web." There are other webs here: the sandbox for trying wiki experiments, for example, and my other courses, etc. You're welcome to look around in those webs too, of course. Below are some useful tools for dealing with this particular web of ours. You can see the list of recent changes, and you can arrange to be notified of changes, either by email or by RSS feed. I would strongly recommend that you sign up for one or another form of notification; if not, it is your responsibility to keep abreast of the changes yourself.
 

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Computers, Privacy, & the Constitution

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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My office hours are Wednesday 11-1, and Thursday 3-4, in JG642, and by appointment at other times. Please email moglen@columbia.edu for an appointment, or consult my assistant, Ian Sullivan, at 212-461-1905.


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My office hours are Wednesday 11-1, and Thursday 3-4, in JG642, and by appointment at other times. Please email moglen@columbia.edu for an appointment, or consult my assistant, Ian Sullivan, at 212-461-1905.


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My office hours are Wednesday 11-1, and Thursday 3-4, in JG642, and by appointment at other times. Please email moglen@columbia.edu for an appointment, or consult my assistant, Ian Sullivan, at 212-461-1905.


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This course is centered in the experience of classroom dialog. Everything we read and write will be intended to help us understand better what we learn from listening to one another. I say "listening," because in a conversation with so many voices, we're all going to be listening much more than we are talking. So this is an extended exercise in active listening.

It turns out that wiki is a very good medium for active listeners. Below you will find an introduction to this particular wiki, or TWiki, where you can learn as much or as little about how this technology works as you want.

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This seminar is an attempt to learn about, understand and predict the development of law in a rapidly changing area. We must assemble the field of knowledge relevant to our questions even as we begin trying to answer them. Wiki technology is an ideal match for the work we have in hand. Below you will find an introduction to this particular wiki, or TWiki, where you can learn as much or as little about how this technology works as you want.
 For now, the most important thing is just that any page of the wiki has an edit button, and your work in the course consists of writings that we will collaboratively produce here. You can make new pages, edit existing pages, attach files to any page, add links, leave comments in the comment boxes--whatever in your opinion adds to a richer dialog. During the semester I will assign writing exercises, which will also be posted here. All of everyone's work contributes to a larger and more informative whole, which is what our conversation is informed by, and helps us to understand.

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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On The Radar

The course will address topics on the following themes. We will be building on and updating the linked reference materials in the upcoming weeks so keep an eye on the work in this section.

  • PartOne? - Speech, Press, Assembly
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  • PartSix? - Speedy and Public Trial
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Law in Contemporary Society

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For our first meeting, please read Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., The Path of the Law, which is the first reading in the photocopied materials, or also available here.

In addition to photopied and web-based materials, we will be discussing Thorstein Veblen, Theory of the Leisure Class (1899), available in numerous cheap editions. If you prefer reading on-line, you can have the entire text at your fingertips here. (We still have some remnants of a public domain).

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For details on upcoming issues and readings that we will discuss in class, see OnTheRadar?
 My office hours are Wednesday 11-1, and Thursday 3-4, in JG642, and by appointment at other times. Please email moglen@columbia.edu for an appointment, or consult my assistant, Ian Sullivan, at 212-461-1905.
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 For now, the most important thing is just that any page of the wiki has an edit button, and your work in the course consists of writings that we will collaboratively produce here. You can make new pages, edit existing pages, attach files to any page, add links, leave comments in the comment boxes--whatever in your opinion adds to a richer dialog. During the semester I will assign writing exercises, which will also be posted here. All of everyone's work contributes to a larger and more informative whole, which is what our conversation is informed by, and helps us to understand.
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 All of the Twiki documentation is also right at hand. Follow the TWiki link in the sidebar. There are a number of good tutorials and helpful FAQs there explaining the basics of what a wiki does, how to use Twiki, and how to format text.
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From TWiki's point of view, this course, Computers, Privacy, & the Constitution, is one "web." There are other webs here: the sandbox for trying wiki experiments, for example, and my other courses, etc. You're welcome to look around in those webs too, of course. Below are some useful tools for dealing with this particular web of ours. You can see the list of recent changes, and you can arrange to be notified of changes, either by email or by RSS feed. I would strongly recommend that you sign up for one or another form of notification; if not, it is your responsibility to keep abreast of the changes yourself.
 

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It turns out that wiki is a very good medium for active listeners. Below you will find an introduction to this particular wiki, or TWiki, where you can learn as much or as little about how this all works as you want.
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It turns out that wiki is a very good medium for active listeners. Below you will find an introduction to this particular wiki, or TWiki, where you can learn as much or as little about how this technology works as you want.
 
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For now, the most important thing is just that any page of the wiki has an edit button, and your work in the course consists of writings that we will collaboratively produce here. You can make new pages, edit existing pages, attach files to any page, add links--whatever in your opinion adds to a richer dialog. During the semester I will assign writing exercises, which will also be posted here. All of everyone's work contributes to a larger and more informative whole, which is what our conversation is informed by, and helps us to understand.
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For now, the most important thing is just that any page of the wiki has an edit button, and your work in the course consists of writings that we will collaboratively produce here. You can make new pages, edit existing pages, attach files to any page, add links, leave comments in the comment boxes--whatever in your opinion adds to a richer dialog. During the semester I will assign writing exercises, which will also be posted here. All of everyone's work contributes to a larger and more informative whole, which is what our conversation is informed by, and helps us to understand.
 Please begin by registering. I look forward to seeing you at our first meeting on the 16th.

Introduction to the LawNetSoc Web

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The LawNetSoc site is a collaborative class space built on Twiki [twiki.org], a free software wiki system. If this is your first time using a wiki for a long term project, or first time using a wiki at all, you might want to take a minute and look around this site. If you see something on the page that you don't know how to create in a wiki, take a look at the text that produced it using the "Edit" button at the top of each page, and feel free to try anything out in the Sandbox.
 
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All of the Twiki documentation is also available locally. Simply look at the top of the sidebar on the left of the screen and select the TWiki tab. There are a number of good tutorials and helpful FAQs there explaining the basics of what a wiki does, how to use Twiki, and how to format text
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All of the Twiki documentation is also right at hand. Follow the TWiki link in the sidebar. There are a number of good tutorials and helpful FAQs there explaining the basics of what a wiki does, how to use Twiki, and how to format text.
 
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From TWiki's point of view, this course Law in Contemporary Society, is one "web." There are other webs here: the sandbox for trying wiki experiments, my other courses, perhaps some other project we decide to work on together. You're welcome to look around in those webs too, of course. Below are some useful tools for dealing with this particular web of ours. You can see what's changing, and you can arrange to be notified of changes, either by email or by RSS feed. I would strongly recommend that you sign up for one or another form of notification.
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From TWiki's point of view, this course, Law in Contemporary Society, is one "web." There are other webs here: the sandbox for trying wiki experiments, for example, and my other courses, etc. You're welcome to look around in those webs too, of course. Below are some useful tools for dealing with this particular web of ours. You can see the list of recent changes, and you can arrange to be notified of changes, either by email or by RSS feed. I would strongly recommend that you sign up for one or another form of notification; if not, it is your responsibility to keep abreast of the changes yourself.
 

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Law in Contemporary Society

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

For our first meeting, please read Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., The Path of the Law, which is the first reading in the photocopied materials, or also available here.
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In addition to photopied and web-based materials, we will be discussing Thorstein Veblen, Theory of the Leisure Class (1899), available in numerous cheap editions. If you prefer reading on-line, you can have the entire text at your fingertips here. (We still have some remnants of a public domain).
 
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My office hours are Wednesday 11-1, and Thursday 3-4, in JG642, and by appointment at other times. Please email moglen@columbia.edu for an appointment, or consult my assistant, Ian Sullivan, at 212-461-1905.
 
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This course is centered in the experience of classroom dialog. Everything we read and write will be intended to help us understand better what we learn from listening to one another. I say "listening," because in a conversation with so many voices, we're all going to be listening much more than we are talking. So this is an extended exercise in active listening.
 
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It turns out that wiki is a very good medium for active listeners. Below you will find an introduction to this particular wiki, or TWiki, where you can learn as much or as little about how this all works as you want.
 
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For now, the most important thing is just that any page of the wiki has an edit button, and your work in the course consists of writings that we will collaboratively produce here. You can make new pages, edit existing pages, attach files to any page, add links--whatever in your opinion adds to a richer dialog. During the semester I will assign writing exercises, which will also be posted here. All of everyone's work contributes to a larger and more informative whole, which is what our conversation is informed by, and helps us to understand.
 
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The LawNetSoc site is a collaborative class space built on Twiki [twiki.org], a free software wiki system. If this is your first time using a wiki for a long term project, or first time using a wiki at all, you might want to take a minute and look around this site. If you see something on the page that you don't know how to create in a wiki, take a look at the text that produced it using the "Edit" button at the top of each page, and feel free to try anything out in the Sandbox
 All of the Twiki documentation is also available locally. Simply look at the top of the sidebar on the left of the screen and select the TWiki tab. There are a number of good tutorials and helpful FAQs there explaining the basics of what a wiki does, how to use Twiki, and how to format text
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From TWiki's point of view, this course Law in Contemporary Society, is one "web." There are other webs here: the sandbox for trying wiki experiments, my other courses, perhaps some other project we decide to work on together. You're welcome to look around in those webs too, of course. Below are some useful tools for dealing with this particular web of ours. You can see what's changing, and you can arrange to be notified of changes, either by email or by RSS feed. I would strongly recommend that you sign up for one or another form of notification.
 

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All of the Twiki documentation is also available locally. Simply look at the top of the sidebar on the left of the screen and select the TWiki tab. There are a number of good tutorials and helpful FAQs there explaining the basics of what a wiki does, how to use Twiki, and how to format text
 

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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TWiki Home of TWiki web Search TWiki web Recent changes in the TWiki web Get notified of changes to the TWiki web Welcome, Registration, and other StartingPoints; TWiki history & Wiki style; All the docs... ...discover TWiki details, and how to start your own site.
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LawNetSoc Home of LawNetSoc web Search LawNetSoc web Recent changes in the LawNetSoc web Get notified of changes to the LawNetSoc web Law in the Internet Society ...collaborate on discussing the role of law in a networked society
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TWiki Home of TWiki web Search TWiki web Recent changes in the TWiki web Get notified of changes to the TWiki web Welcome, Registration, and other StartingPoints; TWiki history & Wiki style; All the docs... ...discover TWiki details, and how to start your own site.
AmLegalHist Home of AmLegalHist web Search AmLegalHist web Recent changes in the AmLegalHist web Get notified of changes to the AmLegalHist web American Legal History ...collaborate on learning and making resources for learning American Legal History from 1607
CompPrivConst Home of CompPrivConst web Search CompPrivConst web Recent changes in the CompPrivConst web Get notified of changes to the CompPrivConst web Computers, Privacy & the Constitution ...a collaborative discussion of Computers, Privacy & the Constitution
EngLegalHist Home of EngLegalHist web Search EngLegalHist web Recent changes in the EngLegalHist web Get notified of changes to the EngLegalHist web English Legal History and its Materials ... learn about and participate in the study of English Legal History
LawContempSoc Home of LawContempSoc web Search LawContempSoc web Recent changes in the LawContempSoc web Get notified of changes to the LawContempSoc web Law in Contemporary Society ...collaborate on discussing the role of Law in contemporary society
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Sandbox Home of Sandbox web Search Sandbox web Recent changes in the Sandbox web Get notified of changes to the Sandbox web Sandbox test area with all features enabled. ...experiment in an unrestricted hands-on web.
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AmLegalHist Home of AmLegalHist web Search AmLegalHist web Recent changes in the AmLegalHist web Get notified of changes to the AmLegalHist web American Legal History ...collaborate on learning and making resources for learning American Legal History from 1607
CompPrivConst Home of CompPrivConst web Search CompPrivConst web Recent changes in the CompPrivConst web Get notified of changes to the CompPrivConst web Computers, Privacy & the Constitution ...a collaborative discussion of Computers, Privacy & the Constitution
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LawContempSoc Home of LawContempSoc web Search LawContempSoc web Recent changes in the LawContempSoc web Get notified of changes to the LawContempSoc web Law in Contemporary Society ...collaborate on discussing the role of Law in contemporary society
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Web TWiki Site Map Use to...
Main Home of Main web Search Main web Recent changes in the Main web Get notified of changes to the Main web Welcome to TWiki... Users, Groups ...see who is registered on this TWiki
TWiki Home of TWiki web Search TWiki web Recent changes in the TWiki web Get notified of changes to the TWiki web Welcome, Registration, and other StartingPoints; TWiki history & Wiki style; All the docs... ...discover TWiki details, and how to start your own site.
AmLegalHist Home of AmLegalHist web Search AmLegalHist web Recent changes in the AmLegalHist web Get notified of changes to the AmLegalHist web American Legal History ...collaborate on learning and making resources for learning American Legal History from 1607
CompPrivConst Home of CompPrivConst web Search CompPrivConst web Recent changes in the CompPrivConst web Get notified of changes to the CompPrivConst web Computers, Privacy & the Constitution ...a collaborative discussion of Computers, Privacy & the Constitution
EngLegalHist Home of EngLegalHist web Search EngLegalHist web Recent changes in the EngLegalHist web Get notified of changes to the EngLegalHist web English Legal History and its Materials ... learn about and participate in the study of English Legal History
LawContempSoc Home of LawContempSoc web Search LawContempSoc web Recent changes in the LawContempSoc web Get notified of changes to the LawContempSoc web Law in Contemporary Society ...collaborate on discussing the role of Law in contemporary society
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You can use color coding by web for identification and reference. This table is updated automatically based on WebPreferences settings of the individual webs. Contact webmaster@new.law.columbia.edu if you need a separate collaboration web for your team. See also AdminToolsCategory.
Legend of icons:   Home of web = Go to the home of the web
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