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Do You Want It Done Fast or Right? Dangers of the CASE Act

Do You Want It Done Fast or Right? Dangers of the CASE Act »

By: Michael Goodyear

 

A constant complaint about American courts is the slow speed and high cost at which they operate. In the

YouTube’s Latest Lawsuit Proves What We Already Knew:  Copyright Law Needs Reform

YouTube’s Latest Lawsuit Proves What We Already Knew: Copyright Law Needs Reform »

By: Jennifer Martin

In August 2019, YouTube filed a lawsuit in Nebraska against Christopher Brady, alleging that Brady has abused YouTube’s copyright strike

The “Dark Horse” Issue: How the Issue of Access Cost Katy Perry Millions

The “Dark Horse” Issue: How the Issue of Access Cost Katy Perry Millions »

By: Rachel Moss

Six notes are all it takes to be an infringer. Recently, a jury found that popstar Katy Perry’s 2013 song,

Golden Knights Bring Bitter Mournings

Golden Knights Bring Bitter Mournings »

By: Mike Stone

 

Ever hear of a team called the Golden Knights? Since 1969, the U.S. Army Parachute Team has

Spotify’s Fight Over Mechanical Royalty Rights

Spotify’s Fight Over Mechanical Royalty Rights »

By: Selene Presseller

 

2018 could shape up to be a monumental year for Spotify and the music industry as whole.

Has SoundCloud’s Plug Been Pulled?

Has SoundCloud’s Plug Been Pulled? »

By: Michael Boehringer

 

Recently, in the news and other media outlets, there has been a lot of talk about the

Krusty Krab Still Only Located in Bikini Bottom

Krusty Krab Still Only Located in Bikini Bottom »

By: Shayna Stuart

“Oooooooh, who lives in a pineapple under the sea?” The infamous yellow sponge who won all of us over with

A-List Artists, Lawsuits, and Etsy Fan Art

A-List Artists, Lawsuits, and Etsy Fan Art »

Big name artists are cracking down on fan-made art. Recently, Taylor Swift, Beyoncé, and Drake have expressed their disapproval of fan made art, which incorporates their song lyrics. Taylor Swift and Beyoncé sent cease and desist letters to other small product creators for using their name or lyrics. And, Drake posted a tweet expressing his disdain for Walgreens and Macy’s selling products with his lyric created acronym, “YOLO,” which stands for “you only live once.” - Read more...