Ocasio-Cortez Video a Good Example of What Rights Holders Really Want

Some news hit the fan late last week that certain parties tried to embarrass newly-elected congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez by sharing a video of her dancing […]

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Are You Having a Public Domain Party This Year?

Should auld creative works be forgot,And never brought to mind? There may be any number of reasons to feel anxious about the coming year, but […]

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Second Circuit Rules Against ReDigi in Major Decision

VidAngel.  TVEyes.  ReDigi.   Copyright interests might view these enterprises as the unholy trinity of tech ventures that have attempted in recent years to strain […]

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Might As Well Be Bots

So, I don’t engage very often via Twitter, but once in a while, I respond to something that catches my attention and then usually regret […]

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Another Inscrutable Attack on Copyright by CCIA 

In a blog post last week for Project DiSCO (of the CCIA), Jonathan Band uses less-than-subtle sleight of hand to conflate the potential business implications […]

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