April 12, 2004

Internet, Law, & Culture, Day One

by Announcement

Welcome to the second of De Novo's continuing series of symposia, 'Internet, Law, & Culture.' We've had an excellent response to our call for submissions, and we're pleased to offer lots of good writing over the next three days. Once again, we encourage you to respond in comments, or by e-mail if your response merits a new post. We also welcome entirely new contributions throughout the symposium, whether you have new writing you'd like to share, or whether something you've already published deserves a second airing. Today, we offer the following short essays:

Stewart Bratcher, "The Matrix Experiment"

The Curmudgeonly Clerk, "Child Self-Pornography"

Mike Trinh, "Beer Via E-mail, And Other IP Challenges"

Thanks much for visiting our symposium, and be sure to come back tomorrow as it continues.

--Chris, Jeremy, Nick, and PG

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