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Tasini V. New York Times: Problem Of Unauthorized Secondary Usage Of An Author's Works, Ryan J. Swingle Apr 2016

Tasini V. New York Times: Problem Of Unauthorized Secondary Usage Of An Author's Works, Ryan J. Swingle

Journal of Intellectual Property Law

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United States Response To Questionnaire Concerning Copyright And Related Rights In The “Cloud” Environment, June M. Besek, Philippa Loengard, Idara Udofia Jul 2012

United States Response To Questionnaire Concerning Copyright And Related Rights In The “Cloud” Environment, June M. Besek, Philippa Loengard, Idara Udofia

Kernochan Center for Law, Media, and the Arts

ALAI-USA is the U.S. branch of ALAI (Association Littèraire et Artistique Internationale). ALAI-USA was started in the 1980's by the late Professor Melville B. Nimmer, and was later expanded by Professor John M. Kernochan.


Symposium On Electronic Rights In International Perspective: Introduction, Jane C. Ginsburg Jan 1998

Symposium On Electronic Rights In International Perspective: Introduction, Jane C. Ginsburg

Faculty Scholarship

Recent litigation in the U.S., Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, and France has placed at issue the electronic publishing rights of employee and freelance journalists, contributors to print periodicals. In all five national controversies, the proprietors of the print publications, without securing the writers' express authorization, disseminated their articles in a variety of electronic media, including CD-ROM, third-party databases, and websites. Judicial resolution of the disputes required parsing the respective rights, under local copyright law (and in some cases, labor law as well), of the authors of the contributions to the periodicals, and of the copyright owners of the collective works …