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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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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The Internet Industry Should Not Pick the Next Register of Copyrights

Even under normal circumstances, anyone can be forgiven for missing the memo that by the end of this month, the Librarian of Congress, Dr. Carla […]

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