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Top five shifts in Internet law in 2014

Mark Sableman December 29, 2014

Here’s my impressionistic list of five of the most significant 2014 shifts affecting businesses that operate in the Internet space. READ MORE

New copyright compendium provides some answers for website owners

Mark Sableman September 8, 2014
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The manual, which focuses on issues that the copyright office handles in the course of processing applications for copyright registrations, is helpful on some Internet-related copyright concerns. READ MORE

Fair use explained – or not?

Mark Sableman July 11, 2013
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What do we make of the interesting tidbit in the Obama Administration’s annual report on protecting U.S. intellectual property rights in the digital age, the “2013 Joint Strategic Plan on Intellectual Property Enforcement”? READ MORE

The Internet copyright compromise: Takedown, repost, litigate

Mark Sableman July 10, 2013
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Copyright law clearly extends to the Internet, which may even constitute the most important area in which copyrighted works are copied, distributed and used. But, as usual, there are twists as to how copyright applies on the Internet. READ MORE