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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Google v. Oracle VIII: On Juries Deciding Fair Use

Soon after the pandemic forced the Supreme Court to delay proceedings in Google v. Oracle, it directed the parties to “file supplemental letter briefs addressing […]

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Online Piracy More Sophisticated and Insidious Than Ever

I haven’t written about enterprise scale piracy in a while. Not because it’s gone anywhere. Quite the contrary, it’s still growing. But it is easy […]

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