Google v. Oracle Part II: Copyrightability and Contortionism

As noted in Part I, there are a lot of moving parts to this story that cannot be addressed in a single post; but the […]

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Senator Wyden Needs to See the Bigger Picture in the Small-Claim Copyright Bill

In 1990, the Port of Portland received a new container crane—the largest available at the time—built by Hyundai Heavy in Seoul.  When the crane arrived, balanced […]

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Want a Career as an Anti-Copyright Zealot?

Found this … 🙂 Posted for the purpose of satire. Any resemblance to actual persons or entities you may know is both intentional and entirely […]

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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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