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A bit more on Pom

I wonder whether this was the first Supreme Court brief featuring a color picture?  Also, I should probably add a tag for Pom, same as I have for Google.  Feels a bit like giving in, though. Anyway: Transcript of oral … Continue reading

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Next Great Copyright Act Conference, quasi-copyright

Quasi-Copyright Reforms Moderator: Hank Barry, Sidley Austin Rebecca Tushnet, Georgetown Law School I’m going to talk about managing the interface between copyright and several other rights—in the very first panel of the conference, Wendy Gordon reminded us that various doctrines … Continue reading

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HLR Free Speech Symposium: Rebecca Tushnet, More than a Feeling: Emotion and the First Amendment

My paper versus the other topics: One of these things is not like the others.  Regulation of non-press entities is also an important part of modern speech regulation, and I do think my topic is grounded in Sullivan, although not … Continue reading

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A world without privacy 2

Rebecca Tushnet, The Yes Men and the Women Men Don’t See I begin with a claim that is likely to be demoralizing, but also reveals some interesting features of privacy: In practice, Americans and many other Westerners care more about … 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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