Does Masnick Not Know That The Public Is Not An Online Service Provider?

Signaling one of the talking points I expect we’ll be seeing quite often as the DMCA fight brews—and it is brewing—Mike Masnick and others have […]

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Georgia v. Public Resource: Much Ado About Very Little

I was on the fence with regard to commenting on Georgia v. Public Resource. Its details are arcane, rather dull, and, despite rising to the level […]

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Thanks Big Tech. But We’ll Still Need to Talk.

About ten minutes after the world went into self-quarantine, and we all instantaneously became more dependent on internet platforms, you could almost hear the keyboards […]

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A Court Did Not Rule that Uploading Works Terminates Copyright. But…

On April 14, Eric Garder, writing for the Hollywood Reporter, published a story under the headline: Court Rules Photographer Gave Up Exclusive Licensing Rights by Posting […]

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Wrestling With the Ghost of Queen Anne: A Nerdy Look at Allen v. Cooper

Most readers know that the conflict in Allen v. Cooper began when the State of North Carolina made unlicensed use of Rick Allen’s copyrighted AV and photographic […]

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