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Copyrights

Fair Use Doctrine

By Michael Small   The Copyright Office defines Copyright as the exclusive right for a person (mainly the author) to reproduce, publish, sell, or claim ownership of his or her […]

The Aereo Decision

By Evan Jensen The Aereo decision gives the impression of the Supreme Court twisting itself into knots to find a reason why Aereo is infringing. And ultimately the Court decided […]

“Sharing the Sandbox”

By Dan McPheeters and Michael D. Stein In our previous posts, we covered the pitched-battle between content producers on the one hand, and content distributors and access providers on the […]