Google v. Oracle Part I: Or Why You Really Don’t Have to Know WTF an API Is

I freely admit that one reason I procrastinated when it came to digging into Oracle v. Google (now Google v. Oracle) is the fact that this nine-year […]

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Announced Departure of Register Temple Provokes Tired Anti-Copyright Rhetoric

I know it seems like we have ample government shenanigans to watch on TV right now, but in case you missed the real barn-burner yesterday, […]

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The ALI Restatement of Copyright Law is a Political Project Without a Political Process

Assuming the Republic survives the present era, I think the retrospective phrase we might use to describe the spirit of the last two decades might […]

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Mraz Sues Coors – Instructive to Copyright Small-Claim Alternative

When it comes to copyright infringement, the internet—namely social media platforms—has taught even very large commercial entities some very bad habits.  When I read yesterday morning […]

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Promoting Progress in the Digital Age

Over the past three years since the internet industry first had to respond to the so-called “Techlash,” various comments on the theme that “the internet […]

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