Saturday, March 2, 2024


A Texas state appeals court ruled that Texas can infringe upon copyright without risking punishment under the state’s or federal government’s “takings” clause.

Contemporary art’s undercurrent of repression

US Homeland Security: “Photography could be a sign of terrorism-related suspicious activity”

Why cutting federal funding for the arts would be a good thing

Save the Presidents at Times Square NYC

When It Comes to Resale Royalties, How to Interpret the First Sale Doctrine?

Is Baking Cakes Art?


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