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Works in Progress in IP, part 1

WIPIP Session 1: Copyright Theory, Parlor C Chris Buccafusco & David Fagundes, The Moral Foundations of Copyright (Fagundes presenting) Copyright is deeply moral; best explained by moral foundations theory; these are descriptive claims. Normative claims: how we talk about copyright/how … Continue reading

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PTO/NTIA access to rights information

The Government’s Role in a More Efficient Online Marketplace Panel #1: Access to Rights Information Moderator: Garrett Levin, Attorney‐Advisor for Copyright, Office of Policy and International Affairs, USPTO Building the online marketplace is fundamentally for the private sector, and that … Continue reading

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PTO/NTIA: remix

Legal Framework for Remixes Moderator: Michael Shapiro, Senior Counsel for Copyright, USPTO Panelists: David Carson, International Federation of the Phonographic Industry Popular image of industry that forcefully asserts rights and goes to court at drop of hat is not the … Continue reading

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