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Two layers of photo ownership in conflict in street photography case

USA - June 13 2017 “I own the photos.” It seems like a simple statement, but in Copyright Law, ownership isn’t simple. One person can own physical photographs, but not...


All infringements aren’t equal

USA - June 6 2017 Are all copyright infringements created equal? Or should courts distinguish between different levels of intent, significance, and harm? Results in two...


Who reads privacy policies?

USA - May 31 2017 Americans’ privacy is protected on the Internet and mobile apps by a classic disclosure system we expect those who collect, use, and transfer data...


News aggregators - Link, don’t replace, your sources

USA - May 17 2017 By one account, Bill O’Reilly’s news website includes long quotations from other news organizations, including the mainstream news organizations he...


Libel by tweet. Beware.

USA - May 10 2017 Everything is terse on Twitter. Even alleged libels. Like the Courtney Love case: $430K settlement over a single tweet. Now like music producer Dr...