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Copyright Freeconomics, John M. Newman Jan 2013

Copyright Freeconomics, John M. Newman

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Innovation has wreaked creative destruction on traditional content platforms. During the decade following Napster's rise and fall, industry organizations launched litigation campaigns to combat the dramatic downward pricing pressure created by the advent of zero-price, copyright-infringing content. These campaigns attracted a torrent of debate among scholars and stakeholders regarding the proper scope and role of copyright law-but this ongoing debate has missed the forest for the trees. Industry organizations have abandoned litigation efforts, and many copyright owners now compete directly with infringing products by offering legitimate content at a price of $0.00.

This sea change has ushered in ...


Raising The Bar And The Public Interest: On Prior Restraints, Traditional Contours, And Constitutionalizing Preliminary Injunctions In Copyright Law, John M. Newman Jan 2011

Raising The Bar And The Public Interest: On Prior Restraints, Traditional Contours, And Constitutionalizing Preliminary Injunctions In Copyright Law, John M. Newman

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No abstract provided.


Repeat Infringement In The Digital Millennium Copyright Act, A. Michael Froomkin Jan 2006

Repeat Infringement In The Digital Millennium Copyright Act, A. Michael Froomkin

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No abstract provided.