Case 3 Parties and Positions
|Case||Author(s) (Biases?)||Experts (Biases?)||"Infringers"/"Free-Information Advocates" (Biases?)|
|"Harry Potter"||J.K. Rowling, J.R.R. Tolkein, Christina Teresa, Vicki Dolenga, as "authors"; Scholastic, etc. as Publishers (Cha).||Rebecca Tushnet (Ass't. Prof, NYU); Neil Blair (Christopher Little Agency); Wendy Seltzer (Electronic Frontier Foundation); Hal Abelson (Prof. Computer Science) founder of Creative Commons (Stanford Law) (Cha).||Christna Teresa, Vicki Dolenga, as "authors"; Jennie Levine and Megan Morrison, as FF site owners (Cha).|
|"Dissertation"||Sean Gorman and John Young (architect and anti-nuclear activist), as "authors"; John McCarthy (SG Dissertation supervisor) and Laurie Schinter (Ass't. Prof and SG's research partner); Rajendra Kulkarni (SG instructor) (Blumenfeld).||Michael Vatis (National Infrastructure Protection Center); Catherine Allen (BITS technology group for financial services companies) (Blumenfeld).||John M. Derrick (CEO of Pepco Holdings--a power company); John Young (architect and anti-nuclear activist); Richard C. Clarke (former Counterterrorism in Bush White House); Brenton Greene, infrastructure coordinator dir. for Dep't. of Homeland Security (Blumenfeld).|
Cha, Ariana Eunjung. "Harry Potter and the Copyright Lawyer." The Washington Post. June 18, 2003. A1.
Blumenfeld, Laura. "Dissertation Could Be Security Threat: Student's Maps Illustrate Concerns About Public Information." The Washington Post. July 7, 2003. A01.
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