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Recent IOM Posts

DMCA Hearing 5: More Consensus Than You Might Think on Section 1201

On September 16th, the IP Subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary Committee held hearing number five in its ongoing review of the 22-year-old Digital Millennium Copyright […]

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Google v. Oracle IX: A Poor Fair Use Defense is an Opportunity for Guidance

I share the sorrow of millions at the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The world has lost a genius of the law, who, in […]

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Allen v. Cooper Revisited III: Data Suggests States Willfully Infringe Copyrights

In my first two Revisited posts summarizing the legislative and judicial history leading up to the Supreme Court decision in Allen v. Cooper, I dove […]

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Influencer Responsibility Raises Many Questions With Few Answers

Attorney Carrie Goldberg posted an interesting thread on Twitter last week in response to a September 4 New York Times article written by Taylor Lorenz. […]

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Schrödinger’s Reality

In January of 2019, I wrote a post asking if, thanks to the internet, we had achieved a state of maximum inescapable bullshit. But whether […]

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