A Game of Piracy and Licenses

Posted by Cyberbear on April 29, 2015 in Computer Software, Copyright Law, Ebooks & Readers, Intellectual Property |

Posted by: Bryan Zhao April 19, 2015 Game of Thrones is one of HBO’s most popular series and a significant driver of income for the company. Recently, the show released its fifth season to viewers, attracting over 8 million viewers. It should have been a resounding success, but that success was dampened by a leak […]

Google Did What? And Won?: Understanding the Authors Guild v. Google Case

Posted by Cyberbear on November 18, 2013 in Copyright Law, Ebooks & Readers, Intellectual Property, Tech News |

Posted by:  Ashlee Hoffman   In a decision being hailed across the Internet, Judge Chin decided that copying millions of books constituted fair use. How did that happen?

The Google Book Settlement Decision & Opt-In/Opt-Out Models of IP Protection in Cyberspace

The District Court has rendered its decision rejecting the Amended Settlement Agreement (ASA) in The Authors Guild v. Google, Inc., the Google Books copyright infringement case for digitalizing books from University libraries and other sources. The decision actually nicely highlights the incompatibility between traditional copyright and other intellectual property models and the fast moving pace […]

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