The Supreme Court denied an emergency stay in the Sherlock Holmes public domain case. See BananaIP.com.
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Delighted @Public_Citizen is addressing the #priorrestraint issues in Garcia v. Google. http://pubcit.typepad.com/clpblog/2014/03/what-should-the-ninth-circuit-do-about-garcia-v-google.html … #firstamendment #copyright
Hope everyone is having a great winter break. Nothing enlivens a dull vacation or SNOW DAY more than COPYRIGHT NEWS (am I right?), so here’s a few news bites for you: January 1 was Public Domain Day : Contrary to popular opinion, some things do enter the public domain here in
I’ll be on a NISO webinar with Brandon Butler and Scott Klebe, on August 14, 2013. Topic is: “Copyright Decisions: Impact of Recent Copyright Decisions on Libraries and Publishers”.
Copyright News from 2012 Laura Quilter, UMass Amherst Libraries Version 1.1. November 28, 2012 I. Teaching & Libraries Cambridge University Press v. Patton (Georgia State Univ. ereserves) Georgia State University was sued for its ereserves by university presses, bankrolled by CCC. They changed their policy mid-stream, and because the publishers were