Posts for February, 2012

Juan Rivera is Free

February 7, 2012

Last month, I circulated word about a decision by the Illinois Appellate Court reversing the conviction of Juan Rivera, a client whom a large group of Stanford Law students represented. I am delighted to report that the prosecutor announced yesterday that he would not be appealing that decision. Late yesterday [...]

Congress Should Fix the Copyright Mess

February 7, 2012

The real story behind the recent blow-up over legislation regulating piracy on the Internet has less to do with the fears of motion picture studios or the intransigence of technology companies than with the legislative process itself. By taking their lead exclusively from copyright owners, and failing substantively to consult [...]

CIS Speaker Series: Jonathan Mayer

February 2, 2012

In this video presentation, Stanford Law student (JD/PhD Computer Science ’12) Jonathan Mayer discusses the Center for Internet and Society’s “Do Not Track” project.