- Samuelson Clinic submits Amicus Brief in First Unitarian v. NSA on behalf of Experts in the History of Executive Surveillance (11/15/13)
- Decision in Authors Guild, Inc. v. Google Inc. (11/14/13)
- Brief of Amici Curiae National Alliance for Media Art and Culture, the Alliance for Community Media, and Kartemquin Films in Viacom v. YouTube
- Does Familiarity Breed Contempt Among Judges Deciding Patent Cases?
- Defensive Patent License: Birthday Party (11/15/13)
- 'Trolling Effects' Launched! (8/2/2013)
- Berkeley Law Samuelson Clinic students represent library groups before leading international intellectual property organizations
- Samuelson Clinic files Amicus Brief in Jewel v. NSA
- Web Privacy Census shows tracking pervasive (6/26/12)
- Twitter has a savvy new patent strategy (5/02/12)
- Samuelson Clinic Celebrates 10th Anniversary with Festive Forum (4/19/11)
- Students File Brief in High-profile Viacom-YouTube Copyright Case (4/8/11)
- Samuelson Clinic Takes Aim at Misleading Copyright Practices (1/6/11)
- Samuelson Clinic Hosts: Mobile Payments: Global Markets, Empowered Consumers and New Rules? (10/29/10)
- Homeland Security Harvested Social Network Data (10/14/10)
- New FOIA Documents Reveal DHS Social Media Monitoring During Obama Inauguration (10/13/10)
- Govt relies on Facebook "narcissism" to spot fake marriages, fraud (10/13/10)
- Applying for Citizenship? U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Wants to Be Your “Friend” (10/12/10)
- Samuelson Clinic Submitted Comments to the California Public Utilities Commission on Privacy and the "Smart Grid" on behalf of the Center for Democracy & Technology (3/9/2010)
- SLTPPC Authors Introduction and Fair Use Whitepaper for the Copyright Reform Act (3/4/2010)
Public Knowledge, a Washington DC based public interest group, announced its Copyright Reform Act (CRA) project, which consists of model legislation proposing five reforms to copyright law.
- District Court Rules on Key Copyright and Computer Law Issues in Online Coupon Distribution Case (7/7/2008)
Last week, a district court in California ruled on several important copyright and computer law issues affecting the ability of software consumers to customize and modify programs on their personal computers.
- Court Ruling Protects Consumers and Competition (1/1/2004)