MLRC deputy director thinks through non-fungible tokens.
The court not only reversed pretty much the entirety of the extensive decision of the SDNY judge under review but it came close to disowning one of its own most important (and controversial) recent fair use precedents.
Tracy Chapman accepted a Rule 68 offer of judgment from Nicki Minaj, in a copyright infringement suit alleging that Minaj copied and distributed Chapman’s song Baby Can I Hold You without a license.
The latest amendment to the Copyright Act of 1976 creates a long-awaited new home for the litigation of lower-value copyright cases.
Cardi B and her entertainment company recently learned the hard way that when you use a photograph from Google Images on an album cover, you may wind up in a lengthy lawsuit that turns out to be one of the statistical few that go to trial.
The Internet Archive National Emergency Library – A National Treasure In Uncertain Times or Mass Piracy?Joseph Petersen, James Trigg, and Olivia Poppens
Publishers allege not only that the NEL constitutes broad copyright infringement, but that the entirety of the Internet Archive’s library services do as well.