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  • Digital Television: Has the Revolution Stalled?
    By: Aaron Futch, Yemi Giwa, Kisa Mlela, Amy Richardson & Yelena Simonyuk When digital television technology first hit the scene it garnered great excitement, with its promise of movie theater picture and sound on ...
  • The Fate of Napster: Digital Downloading Faces an Uphill Battle
    By: Jennifer Askanazi, Glen Caplan, Dianne Descoteaux, Kelly Donohue & Darin Glasser First Diamond Multimedia, then MP3.com, now Napster. The recording industry, in a flurry to protect its copyrighted material, has waged an all-out ...
  • Can You Yahoo!? The Internet’s Digital Fences
    By: Brendon Fowler, Cara Franklin & Bob Hyde The Yahoo! auction case illustrates the problems inherent in the lack of a common Internet jurisdictional structure. This iBrief argues that the application of local law ...
  • An Interview With Michael Froomkin
    By: Kathleen E. Fuller A. Michael Froomkin is an Administrative Law and Internet Law scholar from the University of Miami School of Law and a vigorous critic of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names ...
  • Who’s Afraid of amazon.com v. barnesandnoble.com?
    By: Stephen Dirksen, Kyle Grimshaw, Michael Hostetler, Ian Jinkerson & Michael Kim On October 2, 2000, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit heard the appeal in the case of Amazon.com, Inc. v. ...