Posts by Sherwin Siy:
It’s Copyright Week! From today through Saturday, a number of groups around the Web will be exchanging ideas, information, and actions about how to fix copyright law for the better. Each day will be devoted to a different aspect of copyright law. For more on Copyright Week, see here.
Today’s focus is on how copyright law balances the rights of someone who wrote a copyrighted work and someone who bought a copy of it. This post looks at how fine print can throw that balance out of whack.
Today, the Supreme Court decided it will hear a case that could determine the future of many online computing services, with additional implications for the video marketplace.
Today, the Supreme Court decided it would review the Second Circuit’s decision that online service Aereo was not infringing copyrights in television programming. In April of last year, the appeals court in New York held that Aereo was not violating the copyright holders’ public performance right when it transmits over-the-air broadcasts to individual users on the Internet.