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Links 1 through 6 of 6 by Tim Jarrett tagged legal

On the stupidity of the publisher's guild. I can't imagine that a text-to-speech feature is going to dent the sales of audiobooks.

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The irony, as PC World points out, is that the iPhone DOES NOT translate HTML into an XML format and reformat the page for display on the phone's browser. In fact, it's one of the few mobile phones that doesn't.

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The rise of the Poop Scoop law gets its own book treatment.

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How "flesh and blood," a Posse Comitatus legal theory, mutated from white supremacists through other conspiracy theorists and ended up being used by inner city gang members in Baltimore.

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The three laws of the public domain: 1. If it was published in the US from 1923 to 1963, it's probably PD. 2. Unless it was affected by the restoration of foreign copyright in 1994. 3. You can't tell if a given book is affected by #2. 3a. You're screwed.

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Fuzzy legal logic calls connecting to open wireless access points "theft." Slashdot points out that a wireless access point is like asking someone to come in: http://hardware.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=08/06/19/1411204&from=rss.

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