When Fair Use Threatens the Derivative Works Right

At the same AI and copyright round-table referred to in my last post, Stephen Carlisle of Nova Southeastern University posed this question:  Is the application […]

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“The internet has failed.”

T Bone Burnett has chosen to remove the video of his excellent keynote address at SXSW 2019 but has graciously made the text available to […]

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The Revolution in the Mirror is Closer than it Appears

The father of modern chemistry Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier was beheaded in 1793 in what is now the Place de la Concorde. A victim of France’s post-revolutionary […]

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Fresh Scholarship on Copyright

For quite some time, too long perhaps, a considerable amount of academic scholarship has trended toward focus on copyright’s negative effects, or at least doubt […]

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