The same underlying market power and distribution problems still exist in music licensing, just as they did in 1941.
Like it or not, Sen. Jay Rockefeller’s new bill asks the right questions about online streaming television competition.
For decades Penn State football fans claimed their program was different, better and purer than others-a model for all college sports. Not anymore.
When industries are transformed by disruptive new technologies and business models, the law itself can be in for a game-changing, forced makeover.
Comedy Central’s South Park has opened the door for “fair use” copyright defenses to shut down infringement lawsuits before they saddle defendants with discovery expenses or force a settlement for cost reasons.
Most observers believe the Digital Millennium Copyright Act prohibits copying of DVDs, even for backup purposes. Now Real Networks is challenging that conventional wisdom in California.
SciFi Channel is all set to become Syfy. But no, despite what CNet News implies, it is not the lawyers’ fault.
To suggest that “new media,” bloggers and the like should participate misses the whole point. Major party candidates like the dominance of debates by legacy television media.