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October 24, 2012
Q3 2012 Quick Links, Part 5 (E-Commerce, Miscellaneous)
By Eric Goldman and Jake McGowan
* Porras v. StubHub: StubHub not liable for tickets that are not “authentic” and “valid.”
* NY Times: How shopping malls are fighting back against e-commerce: by shifting to retailers who provide services instead of selling goods.
* NY Times on Craigslist’s ongoing campaign to shut down third party apps built on its site.
* Las Vegas Sun profile of Marc Randazza
* “38% of adults sometimes think it would be easier to solve world peace than attempt to remember all their passwords.”
* Ira Steven Nathenson, Best practices for the law of the horse: teaching cyberlaw and illuminating law through online simulations, 28 Santa Clara Computer & High Tech. L.J. 657-741 (2012). Related: Teaching Cyberlaw.
* New version of James Grimmelmann’s Internet Law reader is available.
* Jay Brown, Essay: Law Faculty Blogs and Disruptive Innovation
* Nick Bilton on the Silicon Valley Bubble (socially, not economically)
* Breaking down Google’s 2011 Revenues.
* Wired: Signing Forms at the Top Makes People More Honest.
* CNET News.com: “AngelList is now helping startups with their legal docs."
* Wired’s retrospective on SABRE--one of the first and most important electronic networks.
* VentureBeat: Sh*t Judge Lucy Koh says: Our top 5 favorites
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