When Fair Use Threatens the Derivative Works Right

At the same AI and copyright round-table referred to in my last post, Stephen Carlisle of Nova Southeastern University posed this question:  Is the application […]

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Is “Machine Learning” Copying or Reading?

I recently attended a round-table discussion on the subject of artificial intelligence and copyright.  The first of several engaging topics I thought warranted a post […]

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Milton Never Said a Damn Thing About the Internet

I’ve been traveling and am, therefore, late to mention that the hotly-contested EU Copyright Directive passed last week.  Not surprisingly, the usual critics have spared […]

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Courts Being Led Down Rabbit Hole in Photograph Copyright Case

Oral arguments were presented this week at the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in the case of Brammer v. Violent Hues Productions, Ltd.  I first […]

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Don’t Blame Internet Culture on Copyright

In response to a recent social media dustup, Mike Masnick writes on Techdirt, “…we’ve got quite a story today about how copyright is a total […]

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