Fans of stratospherically profitable creative universes like Star Wars increasingly like to become creators within those universes. And sometimes they make money. How does law come into play when fans start to reinterpret intellectual property? We sat down with Menell to see where the tensions lie between the law, the courts, and the George Lucases of the world.
Appointed as EDPS in 2014, Mr. Buttarelli has become an influential voice in the digital privacy space.
with Jon Penney
with Susan Crawford, the John A. Reilly Clinical Professor of Law at Harvard Law School and a co-director of the Berkman Center
Western Massachusetts Towns Create a New Model for Last-Mile Connectivity, but a State Agency Delays Approval and Funding
A new case study from the Berkman Center's Municipal Fiber Initiative profiles a group of Western Massachusetts towns who have created a new model for last-mile connectivity.
with Alan Weinberger ’73, Entrepreneur and Founder and CEO, The ASCII Group, Inc.
Ethics as the Root of Privacy and the Future of Data Protection
with Peter S. Menell, the Koret Professor of Law at UC Berkeley School of Law and a Director of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology
On April 1st, the Copyright Office closed the initial comment period for a public study undertaken to evaluate the impact and effectiveness of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) safe harbor provisions, embodied in Section 512 of the United States Copyright Act. On April 7th, the filed comments were released online, including one filed by representatives of Berkman's Cyberlaw Clinic and the Lumen project.