AI Art Is in Legal Greyscale
The legal ambiguity of art created by artificial intelligence adds confusion to controversy.
Law Students Can Now Argue Copyright Claims
A new U.S. Copyright Office rule allows law students to appear before the Copyright Claims Board.
The Dawn of a New Era for Copyright Online
Recent legislation that targets illegal digital streaming provides a template for digital copyright law.
A 21st Century Update to Digital Copyright Law
A recent U.S. Copyright Office report reviews a key provision of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
Examining the Past and Future of Copyright Regulation
Scholar discusses how the Copyright Office could exercise broader rulemaking power.
Supreme Court Clarifies Test for Evaluating Useful Articles
Decision may have implications for the protection of other industrial designs.
The First Amendment Protects Offensive Trademarks
Supreme Court holds that government cannot discriminate against offensive trademarks.
Regulating a 3D Printing Revolution
New technology facilitates home creations and may lead to widespread copyright infringement.
Digital Copyright Reaches the Supreme Court (Perhaps)
Authors Guild seeks SCOTUS review of copyright case against Google.
Can Copyright Law Protect Revenge Porn Victims?
Copyright protection may provide a possible tool in the fight against revenge porn.
House Subcommittee Airs Debate Over “Secret Law”
Public access to regulations takes center stage at congressional hearing.
Regulating the Virtual World: A Losing Battle?
New developments in cyberspace may be challenging the state’s regulatory capabilities.