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Top five shifts in Internet law in 2014

USA - December 29 2014 Internet law is always changing. Here's my impressionistic list of five of the most significant 2014 shifts affecting businesses that operate in the...


Sherlock Holmes and the case of the split copyright personality

USA - January 28 2014 Between Benedict Cumberbatch's sly smile on the BBC's "Sherlock" and Johnny Lee Miller's haunted recovering drug addict on CBS' "Elementary," there's...


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...


Beyoncé’s copyright case was destined for dismissal

USA - September 29 2016 For an entertaining education in how to analyze copyrightable similarity, you can’t do much better than U.S. District Cout Judge Jed S. Rakoff’s...


Hyperlinks are lawful - unless you use them unlawfully

USA - August 9 2013 Can Internet links ever be unlawful? It is a question that has been asked before, but the answer that's developed through almost 20 years of...