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The flawed copyright system has an impact on creative economy. Copyright’s influence on digital opportunities in the UK’s creative economy provided impetus for broad scale initiatives for improvement. Audience expectations have changed dramatically.  #mediaxfocpod mediaX connects businesses with Stanford University’s world-renowned faculty to study new ways for people and technology to intersect.      

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The U.S. Copyright Office came to Stanford Law School yesterday to conduct a roundtable on Recordation Reengineering,  The Stanford Law School Law and Policy Lab submitted comments and a thoughtful White Paper, and live tweeted the proceeding along with us (see @slspolicylab and @fairlyused). The Law and Policy Lab was represented at the roundtable by Peter Holm, third year law […]

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ORPHAN WORKS is red hot again.  After a number of failed legislative attempts and a couple of high profile court cases, its back to the drawing board, albeit a better defined drawing board.  On the one hand, most everyone agrees that  for true orphans, it would be great for us all to be able to […]

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The highly successful open course from Harvard prepared and delivered by Prof. William Fisher is in its Spring 2014 incarnation. It has a clear organization that lets you dive into a specific area that interests you like Technological Protection Measures. A full set of lectures and other resources available to the public online. I especially like the […]

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Justia attorneys have summarized a number of unusually interesting recent copyright decisions that I’d like to call to your attention. If you click through, you’ll see human written, human readable case summaries. Garcia v Google – or the Innocence of the Muslims case, aligns copyright interests with an actress’s interest in controlling the use of […]

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The Department of Commerce’s Internet Policy Task Force (Task Force) released its Green Paper on Copyright Policy, Creativity, and Innovation in the Digital Economy (Green Paper) July 31, 2013 and now seeks public comment on copyright issues critical to remixes, first sale, cultural development, economic growth, job creation, damages, secondary liability, licensing etc. The Task Force […]

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Title 18 – Crimes and Criminal Procedure Part I – Crimes Chapter 113 – Stolen Property * * * * * * * � 2318. Trafficking in counterfeit labels for phonorecords, copies of computer programs or computer program documentation or packaging, and copies of motion pictures or other audio visual works, and trafficking in counterfeit […]

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Appendix V. Additional Provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act1 Section 1. Short Title. This Act may be cited as the “Digital Millennium Copyright Act”. Title I – WIPO Treaties Implementation Sec. 101. Short Title. This title may be cited as the “WIPO Copyright and Performances and Phonograms Treaties Implementation Act of 1998″. * * […]

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Appendix I. Transitional and Supplementary Provisions of the Copyright Act of 19761 Sec. 102. This Act becomes effective on January 1, 1978, except as otherwise expressly provided by this Act, including provisions of the first section of this Act. The provisions of sections 118, 304(b), and chapter 8 of title 17, as amended by the […]

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Chapter 121 1201. Circumvention of copyright protection systems 1202. Integrity of copyright management information 1203. Civil remedies 1204. Criminal offenses and penalties 1205. Savings clause § 1201. Circumvention of copyright protection systems2 (a) Violations Regarding Circumvention of Technological Measures. – (1)(A) No person shall circumvent a technological measure that effectively controls access to a work […]

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