Supreme Court

Supreme Court review of Apple anti-trust case seems unlikely

By Chris Meadows
September 19, 2015 // 0 Comments

Andrew Albanese, one of the analysts I’ve most followed on the Apple anti-trust matter, has weighed in on the likelihood that the Supreme Court will get involved in the case. He checks in with various legal experts and reviews what’s been said about the alleged “circuit split.” Law [ on]

Aereo loses, cell phone privacy wins at Supreme Court today

By Chris Meadows
June 25, 2014 // 2 Comments

A pair of important Supreme Court decisions came down today—one disappointing and one critically important to anyone who uses mobile devices. The disappointing one is a 6-3 decision killing Aereo. The service that used dedicated individual miniature antennas to stream broadcast TV service to [ on]

Scott Turow describes "The Slow Death of the American Author"

By Susan Lulgjuraj
April 8, 2013 // 1 Comment

Libraries. The Internet. Pirate sites. According to author Scott Turow’s recent op-ed piece for the New York Times, these things are all to blame for the “Slow Death of the American Author.” Best-selling novelist and Author’s Guild president Scott Turow discusses how all of [ on]

Morning Roundup — Stories you may have missed

By Dan Eldridge
October 28, 2012 // 2 Comments

E-readers kindle enthusiasm among children in Kenya (The Guardian) Supreme Court to hear arguments in case of student who resold books (CNN) Why Amazon is within its rights to remove access to your Kindle books (ZDNet) Why Google and Amazon hate Apple’s $329 price tag on iPad mini (Mac [ on]

Internet media has its ‘Dewey defeats Truman’ moment

By Chris Meadows
June 30, 2012 // 1 Comment

We’ve probably all seen that famous photo of the victorious President Harry S Truman triumphantly holding up a copy of the Chicago Tribune that called the election results for the other side. For decades it has been the exemplar of the hazards of jumping to conclusions, as well as the problems of [ on]

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