Topic Archives: fair use

2014 Symposium: Fair Use for Free, or Permitted-but-Paid?

BTLJ is excited to welcome Jane C. Ginsburg of Columbia Law School on April 3–4, 2014 to the 18th Annual BTLJ/BCLT Symposium: The Next Great Copyright Act. This is a summary of Professor Ginsburg’s topic of discussion and forthcoming article: Fair use has gone off the rails, … Continue reading

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2014 Symposium: Copyright Licensing and Fair Use

BTLJ is excited to welcome Rebecca Tushnet of Georgetown Law School on April 3–4, 2014 to the 18th Annual BTLJ/BCLT Symposium: The Next Great Copyright Act. This is a summary of Professor Tushnet’s topic of discussion and forthcoming article, All of This Has Happened Before and … Continue reading

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2014 Symposium: Reforming Section 108 for Libraries and Archives

BTLJ is excited to welcome David R. Hansen of UNC Law School on April 3–4, 2014 to the 18th Annual BTLJ/BCLT Symposium: The Next Great Copyright Act. This is a summary of Mr. Hansen’s topic of discussion and forthcoming article: U.S. libraries, archives, and museums are … Continue reading

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Google Books Litigation Update

The advent of mass digitization via Google Books has ignited a series of copyright-related actions filed by book publishers and authors. There are two issues: whether Google and the owners of affiliated digital libraries are entitled to a fair use … Continue reading

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Network Copyright Wars: “The Hopper,” Ad-Skipping DVR, In and Out of Court

The embittered battle between Dish Network and American Broadcasting Companies has given a public face to the struggle between the entertainment and technology industries over the role of copyright in media. In this battle, however, theoretical copyright interests are secondary … Continue reading

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Winter 2010 News Briefs

This month, our team members have been consumed with outlines, papers, and finals, and now the holidays are upon us.  Although we won’t be able to write full posts on all of the recent developments in technology law, we wanted … Continue reading

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