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The Sword Of Damocles: How The Fair Use Defense Application Affects The Computer Programming Area, Ziyi Gao Jan 2021

The Sword Of Damocles: How The Fair Use Defense Application Affects The Computer Programming Area, Ziyi Gao

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The Copyrightability Of Fictional Characters: Why Harry Potter, Arya Stark, And Matrim Cauthon Are Copyrightable, Justin Scharff Jan 2020

The Copyrightability Of Fictional Characters: Why Harry Potter, Arya Stark, And Matrim Cauthon Are Copyrightable, Justin Scharff

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Why A Monkey’S Action Of Taking A Selfie Should Expand The Definition Of An Author In The Copyright Act, David Schneider Jan 2018

Why A Monkey’S Action Of Taking A Selfie Should Expand The Definition Of An Author In The Copyright Act, David Schneider

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Finding A Fair Balance For The Right Of Publicity And First Amendment Protections, Christine Digregorio Jan 2017

Finding A Fair Balance For The Right Of Publicity And First Amendment Protections, Christine Digregorio

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Is Fair Use Actually Fair In The Digital Age For Good-Faith Creators: A Call For A Broader Interpretation Of The Fair Use Doctrine In The Digital Age, Joseph Tromba Jan 2017

Is Fair Use Actually Fair In The Digital Age For Good-Faith Creators: A Call For A Broader Interpretation Of The Fair Use Doctrine In The Digital Age, Joseph Tromba

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Where's The Fair Use? The Takedown Of Let's Play And Reaction Videos On Youtube And The Need For Comprehensive Dmca Reform, Jessica Vogele Jan 2017

Where's The Fair Use? The Takedown Of Let's Play And Reaction Videos On Youtube And The Need For Comprehensive Dmca Reform, Jessica Vogele

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Scenes From The Copyright Office, Brian L. Frye Apr 2016

Scenes From The Copyright Office, Brian L. Frye

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Distance Education And Intellectual Property: The Realities Of Copyright Law And The Culture Of Higher Education, Michele J. Le Moal-Gray Apr 2016

Distance Education And Intellectual Property: The Realities Of Copyright Law And The Culture Of Higher Education, Michele J. Le Moal-Gray

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Beyond The Cloud: Why The Narrow Decision In American Broadcasting Cos. V. Aereo, Inc. May Have Broader Implications For Cloud-Computing, Robyn L. Rothman Jan 2016

Beyond The Cloud: Why The Narrow Decision In American Broadcasting Cos. V. Aereo, Inc. May Have Broader Implications For Cloud-Computing, Robyn L. Rothman

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Determining The Extent Of The Work For Hire Doctrine And Its Effect On Termination Rights, Allison E. Dolzani Nov 2014

Determining The Extent Of The Work For Hire Doctrine And Its Effect On Termination Rights, Allison E. Dolzani

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Brief For The United States Of America Jun 2014

Brief For The United States Of America

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United States V. Martignon, Maureen A. Fitzgerald Jun 2014

United States V. Martignon, Maureen A. Fitzgerald

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Copyright Law, Privacy, And Illegal File Sharing: Defeating A Defendant's Claims Of Privacy Invasion, Daniel Gomez-Sanchez May 2014

Copyright Law, Privacy, And Illegal File Sharing: Defeating A Defendant's Claims Of Privacy Invasion, Daniel Gomez-Sanchez

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Applying The Doctrine Of Work For Hire And Joint Works To Website Development, Han Sheng Beh Dec 2012

Applying The Doctrine Of Work For Hire And Joint Works To Website Development, Han Sheng Beh

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The Look For Less: A Survey Of Intellectual Property Protections In The Fashion Industry, Nicole Giambarrese Dec 2012

The Look For Less: A Survey Of Intellectual Property Protections In The Fashion Industry, Nicole Giambarrese

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Currently, there are no copyright protections for fashion designs in the United States. Proposed legislation that would provide such protection has been sitting in Congress for two years. Further, the Lanham Trademark Act only protects the origin of products, such as logos and trademarks. Even with the current available trademark protection, fashion houses, such as Louis Vuitton, and luxury jewelry firms, such as Tiffany & Company, have seen the Second Circuit make it more difficult to assert the protection. This increasing difficulty is due to a fear of overextending monopolies and taking an affirmative stance on who has the burden …


Do Students Turn Over Their Rights When They Turn In Their Papers? A Case Study Of Turnitin.Com, Stephen Sharon Dec 2012

Do Students Turn Over Their Rights When They Turn In Their Papers? A Case Study Of Turnitin.Com, Stephen Sharon

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Turnitin is a rapidly growing online anti-plagiarism service subscribed to by thousands of schools in the United States. Though the pursuit of honesty and integrity are at the heart of our academic institutions and the Turnitin anti-plagiarism service, there is a fatal flaw in its execution. This comment examines the copyright and fair use arguments presented by four Virginia students asserting that Turnitin violated their intellectual property rights. This comment goes beyond the facts of the four Virginia students to explore the root issues of a service that collects and distributes the copyrighted works submitted to it by hundreds of …


Play Your Part: Girl Talk's Indefinite Role In The Digital Sampling Saga, Shervin Rezaie Dec 2012

Play Your Part: Girl Talk's Indefinite Role In The Digital Sampling Saga, Shervin Rezaie

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In 2006, Greg Gillis was a twenty-four year old leading a double-life. During the day he was a biomedical engineer, but by night he was slowly becoming an infamous mash-up artist. His albums mixed "Top 40" radio hits into a unique postmodern audio pastiche. Under the moniker Girl Talk, Greg made his entrance into the limelight with the release of Night Ripper, his third album. Night Ripper began gaining attention as audiences became intrigued and excited by Greg's ability to blend numerous artists, old and new, into one seamless track. To illustrate, the first track on Night Ripper, "Once Again," …


If It's Not Ripped, Why Sew It? An Analysis Of Why Enhanced Intellectual Property Protection For Fashion Design Is In Poor Taste, Kari Heyison Jul 2012

If It's Not Ripped, Why Sew It? An Analysis Of Why Enhanced Intellectual Property Protection For Fashion Design Is In Poor Taste, Kari Heyison

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Buying A Digital Download? You May Not Own The Copy You Purchase, Jennifer Lahm Jul 2012

Buying A Digital Download? You May Not Own The Copy You Purchase, Jennifer Lahm

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Cablevision's Remote Dv-R System And A Solution For The Digital-Recording Age, Justin M. Jacobson Oct 2011

Cablevision's Remote Dv-R System And A Solution For The Digital-Recording Age, Justin M. Jacobson

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The Internet: Is It Broadcasting?, Jonathan I. Ezor, Peter Brown, Peggy Miles Jan 1997

The Internet: Is It Broadcasting?, Jonathan I. Ezor, Peter Brown, Peggy Miles

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Licensing Issues On The Internet, Steven Masur, Neil J. Friedman, Judith M. Saffer Jan 1997

Licensing Issues On The Internet, Steven Masur, Neil J. Friedman, Judith M. Saffer

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Multimedia Computing: Copyright Law's "Last Stand", Steven Pepe Jan 1995

Multimedia Computing: Copyright Law's "Last Stand", Steven Pepe

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Interactive Computing: Joint Work Status For User And Programmer, Michelle Lynn Birnbaum Jan 1995

Interactive Computing: Joint Work Status For User And Programmer, Michelle Lynn Birnbaum

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Computer Software Copyright Infringement: The Second Generation, Jeffrey A. Berkowitz Jan 1987

Computer Software Copyright Infringement: The Second Generation, Jeffrey A. Berkowitz

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