One of the most important, if not the most important, United States copyright cases decided in 2013 is The Authors Guild, Inc. v Google Inc. 2013 WL 6017130 (S.D.N.Y. Nov.14, 2013). The case has now been appealed to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals by The Authors Guild. The case raises issues of such significance to copyright holders and online service providers that it may well end up as a landmark precedent of the U.S. Supreme Court (assuming of course that certiorari is granted).*
- Computer and Internet Updates for 2018-03-16 https://t.co/j7pC919UF1 2018-03-17
- Computer and Internet Updates for 2018-03-16 https://t.co/8uOr7hAj7h 2018-03-17
- Mihaly Ficsor, Conflicts of the Canadian legislation on fair dealing for education and with the international norms… https://t.co/SCq2jlGKQw 2018-03-17
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