Tag Archives: music

IPSC Breakout Session I

IPSC Breakout Session I: Copyright: Music & Remixes Assessing France’s Graduated Response Scheme Against Piracy & State Interventionism in the Marketplace for Copyrighted Content Nicholas Jondet Strong philosophical attachment to ©, and economic interests—Universal Music is French-owned.  In practice, low … Continue reading

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Music Licensing conference at NYU, June 17

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Transformative work of the day, political edition

Rebel Girl: this pro-Clinton mashup was initially subject to a DMCA claim, but seems to have survived. from Blogger http://ift.tt/1sf5mKc

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Trademark question of the day, Hamilton edition

Yes, this is a Hamilton blog for the foreseeable future.  As they say, sorry not sorry.  Last night, Bernie Sanders sent me this email: Fellow Hamiltunes fans (many of whom are almost certainly in Sanders’ target demographic, like me) will … Continue reading

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xkcd on Happy Birthday

As usual, xkcd has a great take. from Blogger http://ift.tt/1Jpu7DZ

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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 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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Transformative work of the day, Miss Piggy edition

Miss Piggy sings Rihanna’s BBHMM.  You’re welcome. from Blogger http://ift.tt/1VpvSL0

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Transformative work of the day, Bryan Adams edition

Pop sonnets: Substantial similarity? from Blogger http://ift.tt/1ObzxGS

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