Peter Junger, president and religious chairman of the Cleveland Buddhist Temple and professor emeritus at Case Western Reserve University's School of Law, died at his Cleveland home last week.Peter was also a denizen of Cyberia-l, where I learned of his passing.
Junger, 73, was a computer law expert who sued the U.S. government in 1996, claiming his free-speech rights were denied because a federal law forbid him from teaching a computer encryption program to students from Canada or publishing it in a textbook.
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Just before he died, Junger completed an article on the patentability of computer software, Leatherberry said. Colleagues hope to get it published for Junger posthumously.
Saturday, November 25, 2006
Cleveland Plain Dealer (Nov. 24, 2006):
Posted by Stephen C. Carlson