On today's podcast, Sherwin Siy and Kerry Sheehan explain last week's Section 1201 decisions on digital lock exemptions from the Library of Congress, and what this means for the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
On today's podcast, Public Knowledge's VP of Legal Affairs and resident copyright expert Sherwin Siy breaks down a big week in copyright reform! Sherwin discusses three major court decisions on copyright--involving a dancing baby, the Happy Birthday song, and the Batmobile--and talks about why the monkey selfie debate is back in the news.
On today's podcast, the Summer Intern Series wraps up with Foster Dobry discussing his experience at PK, his summer work on patent reform and retransmission consent, and his awkward visit to the FCC. Host Martyn Griffen says a final farewell to the listeners.
On today's podcast, summer interns Ariel Diamond and Taylor Moore chat with host Martyn Griffen about what got them into the field and their summer at Public Knowledge working on copyright reform, patent reform, spectrum reform, international issues, and more.