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News@Law, 10/19/2015

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Getting Over Uber
An op-ed by Susan Crawford. My tribe — the technophiles, the Internet enthusiasts, the conference-speakers — is thrilled about Uber. I’m not. I know I’m swimming against the tide here, but I’m going to say it: I don’t think Uber is a good idea for American cities. Before I drown under a flood of angry responses from around the Internets, hear me out: This fight is about public values. When it comes to city-wide transport and communications networks, serving everyone at a high basic level fairly — including drivers — is more important than permitting a single company to make enormous profits from a substitute basic private service.
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Bloomberg
The Virtues of Sampling, Copyright and ‘Big Pimpin”
An op-ed by Noah Feldman. Everything came from Egypt, according to the ancient Athenians -- and apparently that includes “Big Pimpin’,” one of Jay Z’s early hit singles. The beat under the rap was laid down by Timbaland, who was on his way to becoming the superproducer he is now, and it relied on a sample from an Egyptian song from the 1950s. On Wednesday, in federal court in Los Angeles, where he's being sued for copyright infringement, Jay Z acknowledged the borrowing but said he’d credited the song’s author, Egyptian composer Baligh Hamdi. The real story is more complicated -- and more interesting.
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BusinessWest
Looming SJC Decision Could Significantly Impact Landlord-tenant Law
Should a landlord’s mistake handling a security deposit give a tenant a defense against eviction? That is the question the Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) will decide after hearing oral arguments on Thursday, Nov. 5, a decision that could have major ramifications for landlord-tenant law and rents in Massachusetts. On Tuesday, the court received an amicus brief from Amherst attorney Vickery on behalf of the statewide group MassLandlords.net...The question came up in the case of Meikle v. Nurse, where the landlord had not followed all the rules regarding security deposits. The judge allowed the tenant’s security-deposit counterclaim, but — because the dollar value of the counterclaim was outweighed by the rent the tenant owed — the judge granted the landlord possession. The tenant, represented by the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, appealed, and the SJC opted to take it up from the Appeals Court’s docket.
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Bloomberg
The Misperceptions That Fuel Mideast Violence
An op-ed by Noah Feldman. One of the most striking features of the terrible cycle of violence in Israel right now is a recurring disagreement about the facts. From the Israeli perspective, Palestinians are randomly stabbing Israelis, after which Israeli police or bystanders shoot the assailants to prevent further violence. From the Palestinian perspective, the shootings by Israelis are either unprovoked or disproportionate to the threats and therefore amount to extrajudicial killings...But Americans might be able to glean some insight into the otherwise foreign disputes by comparing them to a phenomenon we know better: racially based disagreement about the shootings of blacks by white police officers.
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The Boston Globe
Internet Cat Video Festival coming back to Berklee Performance Center
When the Berklee Performance Center hosted the Internet Cat Video Festival for the first time last year, people were clawing to get in so they could watch a 70-minute reel of cat footage from the Web. Thankfully, for those who didn’t make it inside, there’s now a second chance to enjoy the feline film phenomenon. On Oct. 29, Berklee is hosting the festival for the second time...To top it all off, Harvard University law professor Jonathan Zittrain will emcee the event. Zittrain is an expert in all things Internet and the faculty director of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society. But don’t expect him to talk about the legalities of sharing cat videos — his mind will be focused on entertainment.
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