Red Flag or Bloody Shirt – The MP3Tunes Case

So, what happened this past week is that a jury found that the former owner of a now-defunct music site called MP3Tunes was liable for […]

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Strange Metaphors & Bedfellows (in response to Ammori)

Silicon Valley lawyer and tech-industry activist Marvin Ammori wrote a strange little blog post that appeared a few days ago on Slate in its “Future […]

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Bitter Brew – Reactions to Keurig’s odd IP decision.

Here’s the latest java jive:  Green Mountain Coffee manufactures the Keurig, single-cup coffeemaker, and last week the company made the announcement that it would use […]

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Compulsory Licensing & Chilling Effects

This morning, music industry attorney Dina LaPolt and Aerosmith front man Steven Tyler submitted written comments to the USPTO on the subject of compulsory licensing […]

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GoldieBlox – Money for Nothin’ & Clicks for Free

According to this analysis by Chez Paznienza on The Daily Banter, toymaker GoldieBlox not only used copyright infringement as a marketing tool leading up to […]

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