National Review Says ALI Oversteps in Areas Other Than Copyright

What is the difference between standing on legal principle and engaging in legal activism? The wry answer, of course, is that the attorney, scholar or […]

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TorrentFreak Still Selling Piracy as Ideology

I guess it’s pick on Andy at TorrentFreak week.  (Sorry, Andy. ) But a recent blog of his titled No Level of Copyright Enforcement Will […]

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White Noise Story Generates White Noise on Copyright

TorrentFreak recently reported a story about Australian music technologist Sebastian Tomczak receiving several copyright claims on a work he created and uploaded to YouTube. The […]

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A Quick Update on the Display Right

In a recent post, I described how the “server test,” established in the Perfect 10 case, obliterates the display right for visual artists on the […]

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Copyright Small Claims: A Solution for Many Creators

In my experience, the number-one complaint about contemporary copyright is that it is unenforceable in the digital age. Independent creators take one look at the […]

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