On Friday the Federal Court for the Southern District of New York (SDNY) ruled in favor of Hachette and other major book publishers, and against Internet Archive (IA) in a lawsuit considering IA’s Controlled Digital Lending (CDL) program, under which IA scanned books and “loaned” digital copies of copyrighted works over the internet. Read more
The following post comes from Cala Coffman, a 2L at Scalia Law and Research Assistant at C-IP2.
At the recent C-IP2 conference entitled IP on the Wane: IP on the Wane: Examining the Impacts as IP Rights Are Reduced, one panel discussed the current state of copyright law, the pressures it has come under in recent years, and their differing perspectives on how the digital world is shaping copyright. Read more
I am looking forward to hosting a keynote conversation with Grammy-winning composer, performer, songwriter, best-selling author, and essayist Rosanne Cash this week at CPIP’s The Evolving Music Ecosystem conference. One part of Rosanne Cash’s “music ecosystem” is the Artist Rights Alliance (ARA), where she serves as a member of the board. Read more