A detailed look at all the arguments around the 2600 DeCSS case and how they intersect Copyright and First Amendment Rights
The first major test of DMCA continues when the DeCSS case returns to court on Tuesday
Now RIAA spokesperson Matthew Oppenheim says: “The Secure Digital Music Initiative Foundation (SDMI) does not — nor did it ever — intend to bring any legal action against Professor Felten or his co-authors.”
The Margaret Mitchell trust has convinced eBay to cancel auctions of “The Wind Done Gone”
A group of researchers presenting a paper on the SDMI scheme were threatened with a lawsuit
You can figure out how, but if you tell anyone (or publish it in a scholarly work), you are violating the law.
A courts has ruled that Alice Randall, plagiarized from Margaret Mitchell’s Civil War epic, “Gone With the Wind.”
The arguments taking place over digital reprint “rights”:http://www.publishersweekly.com/articles/20010402_95054.asp could have a strong impact on libraries utilizing electronics databases.
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