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Embedding Content is Safe, Right? A Recent Case Says No, Creating Serious Concerns for Websites with Unlicensed Third-party...

by Fish & Richardson on

In the United States, copyright owners have a number of exclusive rights, including the right to publicly display a work of visual art. This would include, for instance, the right to post a copyrighted photograph on a...more

Communications Decency Act Protects Website Operators from Liability Despite Blogger Content Policy

by Wilson Elser on

In affirming the grant of Google’s Motion to Dismiss for failing to remove a blog post, on February 23, 2018, the D.C. Circuit Court concluded that the Communications Decency Act (CDA) immunizes website operators from...more

China: Annual online piracy crackdown campaign 2017: Results announced

by Hogan Lovells on

The results of the 2017 edition of China’s annual online piracy crackdown campaign, called the “Sword Net Action” (????), were recently published. As we announced earlier, the 2017 crackdown campaign promised to take a heavy...more

Two End-of-Year Federal Government Deadlines Approaching

by McNair Law Firm, P.A. on

Significant Changes to Online Copyright (DMCA) Safe Harbor and DoD Contractor Cybersecurity (NIST 800-171) Requirements Take Effect at the End of This Year. Important Change Affecting Digital Millennium Copyright Act...more

Reflections on the Origin of a Ten-Year-Old Blog

by Shipman & Goodwin LLP on

Every good superhero story needs an origin story. I’m not a superhero but I’ve got a super origin story to tell....more

Make Blogging A Reality At Your Firm

by McManis Faulkner on

If your goal is to start a firm blog this year, I wish you great success. In my experience, blogging does not come naturally to law firms but it has value. It may take more than one mention of your project to get it off the...more

EU institutions vote for more books for blind and visually impaired people

by Hogan Lovells on

Four years after signing the Marrakesh Treaty (introduced by the WIPO) to Facilitate Access to Published Works for Persons who are Blind, Visually Impaired, or otherwise Print Disabled, the EU institutions finally voted for...more

12 O’clock High-Episode 46: Publishing to Increase Your Business Leadership Brand

by Thomas Fox on

How does book publishing enhance your business leadership skills? How do you move from technical competence as a leader to providing strategic insight? Why is it important both inside your company and in your industry for a...more

Europe reforms its Copyright

by Hogan Lovells on

The Digital Single Market is gradually taking shape. We have seen quite some legislative activity since the European Commission first announced the Digital Single Market Strategy in May 2015. On 10 May this year, the...more

Wikitribune and broken news

by Hogan Lovells on

Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales completes crowd-funding this week for his latest venture: Wikitribune, a news platform that, while not affiliated with Wikipedia, applies Wikipedia’s collaborative model to journalism. Wales...more

UK, US, HK and China – Access denied: an international perspective on ISP blocking injunctions

by Hogan Lovells on

While the UK Court of Appeal has opened the door for broadband ISP blocking to combat trademark or copyright-infringing activities, the picture in the United States, China and Hong Kong is more complex. Please see full...more

Gates Foundation Adopts Progressive Open Access Policy

Open Access is one of the publishing models that arose with the ease of internet distribution. Before the internet, publishing was governed largely by a scarcity or “closed” model of distribution. Since the internet, the...more

The Dos and Don’ts of Blogging with a Purpose

by Blattel Communications on

Think of blogs as TV shows. Viewers intentionally decide to watch programs like The Big Bang Theory or Brooklyn 99. What they rarely do is say, “I’m just going to watch whatever is on CBS or FOX.” There are just too many...more

Leaked Playboy Photographs Case Considers How Hyperlinking Can Infringe Copyright

by Dechert LLP on

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has blurred the lines between primary and secondary copyright infringement in a decision concerning hyperlinks to leaked photos of a Dutch celebrity’s Playboy photoshoot. For...more

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