Allen v. Cooper Revisited III: Data Suggests States Willfully Infringe Copyrights

In my first two Revisited posts summarizing the legislative and judicial history leading up to the Supreme Court decision in Allen v. Cooper, I dove […]

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Google v. Oracle VIII: On Juries Deciding Fair Use

Soon after the pandemic forced the Supreme Court to delay proceedings in Google v. Oracle, it directed the parties to “file supplemental letter briefs addressing […]

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The Internet Industry Should Not Pick the Next Register of Copyrights

Even under normal circumstances, anyone can be forgiven for missing the memo that by the end of this month, the Librarian of Congress, Dr. Carla […]

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DMCA HEARING IV – Contemplating Fair Use

With the first three DMCA review hearings before the Senate Subcommittee on IP, it was fairly easy to identify the salient matters most likely to […]

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Allen v. Cooper Revisited: Part II – That Damned Eleventh Amendment

(NOTE: This post relies on information presented in Part I.) In my first post in this series, I tried to summarize (albeit in nearly 3,000 […]

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