Wednesday Miscellany

David Isenberg, Framing Network Neutrality Right: "The unifying element is the prohibition of deliberate discrimination."

NY Times: Spam Doubles, Finding New Ways to Deliver Itself: "Spam is back — in e-mail in-boxes and on everyone’s minds. In the last six months, the problem has gotten measurably worse. Worldwide spam volumes have doubled from last year, according to Ironport, a spam filtering firm, and unsolicited junk mail now accounts for more than 9 of every 10 e-mail messages sent over the Internet."

Eric Goldman: Wikipedia Will Fail in Four Years: "Wikipedia will enter a death spiral where the rate of junkiness will increase rapidly until the site becomes a wasteland. Alternatively, to prevent this death spiral, Wikipedia will change its core open-access architecture, increasing the database's vitality by changing its mission somewhat."
Previously: Info Literacy posts

And, in the UK, the government released the Gowers Review of Intellectual Property: "In December 2005, the Chancellor of the Exchequer asked Andrew Gowers to conduct an independent review into the UK Intellectual Property Framework. The Review was published on 6th December 2006" The Final Report

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