“Damn The Man!” – The Ability To Sell Second-Hand CDs

Music is like, crazy, man. It seems every time you check the news, the music industry is once again going broke as a result of some epic catastrophe. In the 1980s that catastrophe was the blank cassette tape; in the ’90s it was used-CD sales; the turn of the century brought us the MP3 format and Napster. And now, … Read more“Damn The Man!” – The Ability To Sell Second-Hand CDs

Analog Piracy in a Digital Age: A Modern Take on Swashbuckling

The threat of piracy has been around as long as ships have been carrying goods across water. Recent events on the high seas show that the days of dramatic attacks and heroic rescues live on today, sans eye-patches and wooden legs. Earlier this month, Somali pirates attacked an American cargo ship and took Captain Richard … Read moreAnalog Piracy in a Digital Age: A Modern Take on Swashbuckling

Somebody May Beat Me, But They Are Going to Have to Bleed to Do It: Injury Liability in Sports

A batter digs into the soft brown dirt to face down a pitcher throwing a ball at nearly 100 miles per hour. A halfback takes a football and runs full-charge into players looking to hit him with the same physical force of a small car. A basketball player dives into a sea of elbows chasing … Read moreSomebody May Beat Me, But They Are Going to Have to Bleed to Do It: Injury Liability in Sports

You’ve Got Mail… that Anyone Can Read: The Law’s Loose Grip on E-mail Hacking Service Providers

Despite the amount of behind-the-back trash-talking and whispered secrets passed along in e-mails between friends, we feel at ease because our electronic correspondence is secure, right? While most take solace in the fact that their e-mail accounts can only be accessed with a password, websites like Activehacker.net and Hackmail.net provide hacking services for anyone who wishes … Read moreYou’ve Got Mail… that Anyone Can Read: The Law’s Loose Grip on E-mail Hacking Service Providers