FROM THE DESK OF THE CO-EDITORS-IN-CHIEF

Part I of volume 61, Issue 1, contains Modern Technology, Leaky Copyrights, and Claims of Harm: Insights from the Curious History of Photocopying by Diane Leenheer Zimmerman. Her article addresses the issue of “what should count as ‘economic harm’ when determining whether particular kinds of copying are appropriately treated as copyright infringement.” It traces the history of photocopying as it progressed from a period of uncontrolled copying to a licensing system that courts would protect, and then discusses the weaknesses of the argument against unli- censed non-profit copying.