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By: Louis http://www.lessig.org/2013/07/on-the-emptiness-in-the-concept-of-neutrality/#comment-46217 Thu, 08 Aug 2013 00:08:19 +0000 http://www.lessig.org/2013/07/on-the-emptiness-in-the-concept-of-neutrality/#comment-46217 In the Lamacchia case, the prosecutor tried to get representatives of MIT to testify that his use of the MIT machines “exceeded his authorization” so that they could prosecute him under existing computer crime laws, and the MIT people refused (the root password of the relevant machines was well known), which is _why_ they were stuck with the weak application of the law that they used.

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By: Jean Camp http://www.lessig.org/2013/07/on-the-emptiness-in-the-concept-of-neutrality/#comment-46201 Thu, 01 Aug 2013 19:07:29 +0000 http://www.lessig.org/2013/07/on-the-emptiness-in-the-concept-of-neutrality/#comment-46201 I do not recall MIT intervening for David. In fact, what David did was not yet illegal, but the circus of his prosecution obviously created the “Lamacchia” rule. “MIT had a student who was charged despite doing nothing illegal. But MIT did not assist in any way with legal services, but turned over information without a warrant to prosecution.”, is a better description.

As for this. I completely blame MIT for the actions of MIT. Those actions are consistent over years, and in opposition to open access.

IU responded to Chris’ stupid boarding-pass-generator by meeting with us and the FBI in Counsel office, in a most positive and supportive manner. IU Counsel was about translating the very real black and white of the law enforcement to academics; and translating the concept of openness, experimentation, and (yes) errors of academics into something other than the mendacity and maliciousness with which law enforcement is accustomed. That was neutrality of the highest order: being there, being trusted by both sides, and helping create a resolution not a prosecution. (PS I had nothing to do with the boarding pass generator. It was not part of our research activity. )

Harvard responded to the first RIAA letter with an offer to explore the fullest subtleties of the law with the resources of HLS. (Were you on that committee?) Charlie Nesson wrote the reply; it was a thing of beauty. MIT complied immediately with the RIAA request, and helped set the policy which RIAA has sold to so many institutions since. This is a policy that has harmed many students, most with fewer friends than Aaron.

CMU refused to throw Marty Rimm under the bus despite mendacity of the most stupid order. (But I soooooo wanted them to, having been a student.) Marty’s advisor was my advisor. That same advisor paid my expenses so I could go give a paper at CFP reaming the Rimm paper and University response. That is neutrality in defense of free speech.

MIT could have stopped the prosecution of Aaron by acknowledging that he was authorized to access. Counsel worked hand in glove with prosecution. MIT’s role in pivotal court cases has contributed the criminalization of computer security under the CFAA. MIT behavior was contemptible. They even had at least three faculty meeting with all levels, trying to get the administration to act in a manner consistent with academic decency, if not freedom.

MIT Counsel has acted consistently against the interests of an open internet and academic freedom. The criminalization of computer security is in part his continuing legacy. Were his legacy examined, I cannot imagine a faculty vote of confidence. MIT Counsel office meets no standard of neutrality, or decency.

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