In the News: Sarah Jeong, “Fake News”, & Fair-Use

It’s another one of those weeks when there’s stuff happening faster than I can write about any one thing. So, here’s a summary of a […]

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Implications of YouTube’s Copyright Match System

Last month, the European Union voted against key copyright enforcement provisions as part of its Digital Single Market initiative. Specifically, the proposal known as Article […]

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A New Unfortunate Twist in the Section 230 Saga: Politics

This blog contains several posts questioning the premise that the ISP liability shield known as Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996 is […]

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Copyright Found After Brief Search

Well, artists and authors, I guess you can pack it in. Professor Glynn S. Lunney, Jr. of Texas A&M School of Law has declared copyright […]

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New Paper Takes on the Myth of Free

Zeno’s Paradox describes physical change as an illusion. Zeno of Elea, in the 5th Century BCE, postulated that in order to travel any distance, one […]

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