Items tagged "Litigation"

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Cosplay Goes to the Supreme Court

January 19, 2016 Copyright , Copyright Reform , Copyright Week , Fashion Copyright , Litigation

Yes, you read that right: the Supreme Court of the United States may get to decide the legal status of all those Jedi robes you’ve got squirreled away. The Supreme Court is considering a case that will set the standard for when clothing and costume designs can be covered by copyright—and when people who mimic them (such as costumers) can be sued for potentially enormous damages.

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“Stay With Me”: ISPs Head to Court to Fight New Net Neutrality Rules

May 26, 2015 FCC , Litigation , Net Neutrality , Open Internet , Title II

It’s been almost three months since the FCC issued its order reclassifying Internet Service Providers as Title II telecommunications carriers and establishing strong net neutrality rules. No one was surprised when the ISPs cried foul and sued to overturn the ruling.

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