American Entrepreneurs Trampled by Politics in Antitrust Hearings

In a post published in August 2019, I discussed the fact that online IP enforcement is not just about the people we think of as […]

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DMCA Review Should Be About Copyright, No?

On September 30, the House Judiciary Committee held a hearing to discuss the Copyright Office report, published in May, commenting on the efficacy of Section […]

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Google v. Oracle X: The Tao of Google

While reading a few other articles about this case, articles written by actual legal experts, I was reminded that Google v. Oracle, despite its epic […]

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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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