Saturday, September 08, 2007

A Genea-Blogging Law Professor Looks at Ancestry's IBD Controversy

Craig Manson, a law professor and active member of the bar of the State of California--as well as an active member of our genea-blogging community--has just posted the first of a multi-part series of a legal analysis of the controversy surrounding Ancestry.com's Internet Biographical Database.

Read "Did Ancestry Violate the Copyright Law?...Prologue" on his GeneaBlogie blog, here. And stay tuned for more.

4 comments:

Janice said...

Miriam,

As usual with your sharp eyes, you were the first to notice that Craig has started posting about the legal issues surrounding the IBC controversy. Thanks for the heads up!

Janice

Miriam said...

Thanks for the compliment, Janice! I'm not sure if it's my sharp eyes or the fact that I live on the West Coast, am a night owl, and use Google Reader to keep up with the latest posts!

HappyDae said...

Sharp eyes or not, you serve the community well by alerting us to Mr. Manson's fine legal mind and his excellent series on the Internet and the legal rights involved.

Thanks to you and Mr. Manson both.

Happy Dae.

Miriam said...

Thanks for your kind comments, Dae.