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A forthcoming BTLJ Article by Jonathon Penney titled “Chilling Effects: Online Surveillance and Wikipedia Use” has made international news. The Article discusses the results of the first empirical study of regulatory “chilling effects” of Wikipedia users associated with online government surveillance around the NSA/PRISM revelations in June 2013.
Addressing topics in intellectual property and technology law including the use of technology-blind viewpoints in copyright protection, royalty rates for FRAND patents, internet service provider liability for defamation, regulatory frameworks for network neutrality, and double patenting under the AIA.