Inconvenient Friction: DMCA Review 2020

Tomorrow (December 18, 2020), the Senate Judiciary Committee will present draft legislation with proposed amendments to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998. Whatever is […]

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Intense Accusations in Schneider Class Action

When one files an allegation of fraud in court, one must present evidence. No, I am not referring to that freak show of litigations about […]

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Google v. Oracle XII : SCOTUS Should Not Remand on Fair Use Review

As mentioned in my last Google v. Oracle post, the Supreme Court devoted considerable attention during oral argument to addressing the standard applied by the […]

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As DMCA Review Gets Real, Anti-Copyright Rhetoric Gets More Surreal

Among the reasons I defend copyright is that I firmly believe it is inadvertently one of the most profound expressions of democratic principles in the […]

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The Ratajkowski Copyright Suit & Authorship in Photography

In my recent post about the McCloskey photograph, I said that courts tend to favor a photographer’s right to capture and distribute an image, even […]

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