Allen v. Cooper Revisited Part I: State of Play

Ever since the case Allen v. Cooper first appeared on my radar, and especially after the Supreme Court handed down its decision in late March, […]

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Section 230 Review: Right Topic, Wrong Administration

I think Senator Blumenthal summed it up about right, as he was quoted in this week in the Wall Street Journal: “I’ve certainly been one […]

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DMCA Hearings III (Part 2): Independent Creators Must Remain in the Foreground

How many times have comments about copyright included some variation on the theme “I would not pirate, if the revenue went to the artists instead […]

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DMCA Review III – SJC Sounds Skeptical That Everything Is Fine

Yesterday afternoon, the Senate Judiciary Committee (part of it anyway) held the third hearing in its ongoing review of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (1998). […]

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Some People Will Say Anything to Hurt Creators

You know how it’s offensive when a certain president uses a trope like “Do Nothing Democrats” to sling mud in lieu of articulating some kind […]

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