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Tag Archives: Law & Speculative Fiction
This week we ask the ageless question–“Is the Batmobile protected by copyright?”–and wonder whether our only hope against drones may be that the eagles are coming.
It’s law IN SPACE. Who Owns the Stuff in Space? By Emily Calandrelli at TechCrunch This light-hearted story opens up a Pandora’s Box of serious questions regarding the ownership of foreign planetary rocks; both the ones that fell to Earth … Continue reading
This, er, week’s entry is,to what I am sure is the surprise of no one, Star Wars-centric. Wait, I said that last time. Well, it’s still true. I’ve got three Star Wars posts, a post on video games and right … Continue reading
This week’s post are, to what I’m sure is the surprise of no one, Star Wars-heavy.