Thursday, October 30, 2014

intellectual property

Posts Tagged ‘intellectual property’

What happens when National Geographic steals your art?

“The fair-­use privilege … is not designed to protect lazy appropriators.”

U.S. Copyright Office Not One to Monkey Around

Cariou v. Prince: Toward a Theory of Aesthetic-Judicial Judgments

Harvard Law Review Note Criticizes Second Circuit’s ‘Cariou’ Opinion

Shariah Law Fatwa on Copyright: “the guilty should be punished…”

Making Art Is a Job? Duh!


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