Article 11 of the EU Directive Should Not Be So Controversial

As many readers know, the EU has been considering various proposals to better protect copyright owners in the European digital market.  In all cases, proposed […]

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Streamlined 1201 Rule-Making Procedure & EFF’s Constitutional Challenge

In July of 2016, the Electronic Frontier Foundation filed a lawsuit alleging that Section 1201 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) is unconstitutional.  More […]

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Will SCOTUS Close Cy Pres Loophole in Class Action Litigation?

Suppose there were a company whose minions went around whacking people in the head with two-by-fours.  Then, suppose that in response, the multiple victims of […]

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You’re Watching Too Much TV—All Because of Copyright!

An editorial appeared in The Hill written by Martin Skladany, associate professor of law at Penn State.  Titled To curb dangers of media consumption, let’s […]

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Libido for Dystopia:  A Response to “The Second Digital Disruption” – Part II

In Part I of this response to Raustiala and Sprigman’s paper, I contend that the authors place too much emphasis on the porn industry (namely […]

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