21 June 2010
Until the vuvuzela came along, I'd always regretted losing my hearing.
Andrew Raff hosts this week's Blawg Review #269 at his IPTAblog site. The occasion is World Music Day and no discussion of world music during the World Cup would be complete without some mention of the ubiquitous vuvuzela horns heard during matches (not to mention the nightmares of soccer fans everywhere). Raff discusses the trademark status of "vuvuzela" in the course of rounding-up the best legal blogging of the past week. Highlights include discussions of Jazz' death-by-copyright, the impact of the Limewire decision, and the ease of online stalking. Dave Gulbransen will host next week's edition of Blawg Review at his Preaching to the Perverted blog.