Monday, October 22, 2007

The MTTLR Blog

Today marks the official launch of The MTTLR Blog, the official online companion to the Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review. We'll be publishing multiple pieces a week, both from Michigan law students and from faculty guest contributors from all around the country.

Our first post focuses on copyright and fashion, and will be followed up with posts about the use of GPS for community policing and the RIAA lawsuits. Topics on the horizon include YouTube (of course), electronic wills, municipal wi-fi, and telecommunications companies' complicity in potentially illegal espionage.

On a personal note, I swear I'll return to blogging. It's just a matter of cranking the editing of these three articles out and being able to find some new priorities.

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