What’s Mine is Mine

Judgmental looks. Angry scoffs and murmurs. Maybe even kicks at your back. All because you dared to recline your airplane seat. But isn’t it your right to recline? Sarah and David charge into this heated — and ever urgent — legal question about ownership with Michael Heller, Professor of Real Estate Law at Columbia Law School, and James Salzman, Professor of Environmental Law at UCLA Law School, about their bookMine!: How the Hidden Rules of Ownership Control Our Lives. But first: SCOTUS updates and the disappointing sizzle of the anticipated Section 230 case.

Show Notes:

Gonzalez v. Google, Section 230 case

-Supreme Court hears oral arguments in Twitter case

-Supreme Court denies Wikipedia and NSA case

Onion amicus brief

Mine!: How The Hidden Rules of Ownership Control Our Lives

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