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IPSC, Copyright Theory III

Copyright Theory III   Abraham Bell, Bar Ilan University The Dual-Grant Theory of Fair Use   Granted rights are limited in order to avoid unnecessarily exceeding the requirements for incentivizing. Fair use is a broad reservation of privileges for the … Continue reading

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IPSC: Copyright again

Copyright History Shyam Balganesh University of Pennsylvania Law School The Questionable Origins of the Copyright Infringement Analysis   Jerome Frank’s infamous/canonical © infringement test from Arnstein v. Porter, influential across the country. Step 1: actual copying, dissection allowed, expert testimony … Continue reading

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IPSC, Copyright Theory II

Copyright Theory II    Brad Greenberg Columbia Law School Bizarro Copyright   Does having lots of different antennas in one place v. all over the place make a difference to whether there is public performance? Central question of Aereo: looks … Continue reading

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IPSC, Copyright and Society

Third Breakout Session: Copyright & Society   Clemens Appl & Philipp Homar, Vienna University of Economics & Business, Education 4.0: Recent Challenges to Copyright   From user-generated content to user-generated copyright. Use of materials for educational purposes is one of … Continue reading

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IPSC: Other IP

Other IP  [Insert wry commentary about “fringe” fields like advertising law]   Sarah Burstein, The University of Oklahoma College of Law Reviving Ornamentality    Fed. Cir. killed the doctrine.  Statute says new, original, and ornamental designs can get a design … Continue reading

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ISHTIP at Penn, Part 7

Session 5 | Martin Fredriksson (Linköping University, Sweden), Moderator   Open Source Intelligence: Counterinsurgency, State Secrets, and Small Novels Joseph Slaughter (Columbia) Commentator | Catherine Bond (University of New South Wales)   Operation of IP in the context of torture, … Continue reading

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ISHTIP at Penn, part 6

Session 4 | Traci Zimmerman (James Madison University), Moderator   Confederate Copyright: The Role of Nationalism in Designing a Copyright Regime Shane Valenzi (Carmen D. Caruso Law Firm, Chicago) Commentator | Shyam Balganesh (University of Pennsylvania)   In addition to … Continue reading

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