Maybe the Internet IS Just a Dumb Pipe

“Content is king” was the catch-phrase of the 1990s and the heady (headless really) days of the Dot Com bubble.  And although that stopped being […]

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Can U.S. States Infringe Copyrights with Impunity?

If the Supreme Court agrees to hear Allen v. Cooper, copyright owners and constitutional scholars will both be watching closely.  The practical matter for copyright […]

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On New Models, Journalism, and Digital Advertising

It was encouraging to see our most prominent millennial Member of Congress, Rep. Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) recognize the link between a healthy democracy a professional class […]

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EFF Observes (Anti) Copyright Week

So, it turns out it’s Copyright Week.  I had no idea, and it’s already Copyright Hump Day. What with the government shutdown, the Barr confirmation […]

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How Valuable Are Works That Have Lost Value?

Picking up on one of the big copyright themes of the month—the re-opened public domain*—scholars James Boyle and Jennifer Jenkins were hosted last week by […]

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