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).

Works Cited

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.

Arnold Sanders, 2007