Andrew Raff over at the IPTAblog has, in his own words, jumped on the podcasting bandwagon with a very well put together show. “This [inaugural] ‘cast looks at MGM v. Grokster, in particular, how the arguments made at oral arguments were reflected in the 9th Circuit ruling.”
This week’s podcast discusses the recent case of Roskowski v. Corvallis Police Officers’ Association, coming to us from the federal district court in Oregon. Here are some links to items mentioned in the podcast:
- Professor Eric Goldman’s Discussion of the Case
- InternetCases.com summary of Roskowski v. Corvallis Police Officers Association
- InternetCases.com summary of Donato v. Moldow
- Music courtesy of Blandy under a Creative Commons license.
Download the Podcast (Approximately 3 minutes, 22 seconds; 1.5 MB)
This week’s Podcast discusses the Second Circuit’s March 4 decision in the case of Faulkner v. Mindscape. It is a copyright infringment case that applies the standards set forth in the 2001 U.S. Supreme Court case of New York Times v. Tasini.
(Approximately 920 kb, 5 min. 15 sec.)
Be sure to check out the first InternetCases.com Podcast, available in MP3. This week’s podcast discusses the recent case of Dix v. ICT Group, discussed on this site, in which the forum selection clause in AOL’s terms of service was held unenforceable.
A separate feed for this site is now available to add to your podcast aggregator.
(6 min. 11 sec., appx. 1.09 MB)