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    1. Judge Wants to Know If 'Happy Birthday' Copyright Was Abandoned

      The Hollywood Reporter via Yahoo! NewsMay 17 09:00 PM

      An order today might give Warner/Chappell reason to be optimistic in defending the validity of its copyright to the English language's most popular song.

    2. A federal appeals court has reversed an order that forced Google-owned YouTube to take down a trailer for a controversial anti-Muslim video last year.

    3. We might not often think of copyright law as a censorship tool, but a recent case from Florida, and a strange tale of copyright censorship involving, of all people, Adolf Hitler, tell a different story.

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    5. The boxing match billed as the fight of the century is over, but the battle over smartphone video streaming of the Las Vegas showdown is just beginning. Revelations that dozens of smartphone users streamed the Manny Pacquiao-Floyd Mayweather weekend fight have raised questions about how new technologies can get around copyright restrictions imposed at live venues such as sporting events and ...

    6. Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. , a global licensing and content solutions organization, was named one of “10 to Watch” in Outsell, Inc.’s “Open Access 2015: Market Size, Share, Forecast, and Trends” report.

    7. A woman who received death threats after appearing unwittingly in an anti-Muslim film on YouTube cannot require Google to remove it on the grounds that her performance was copyright-protected, a San Francisco federal appeals court ruled Monday. The decision, a 10-1 vote by judges of the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, means one of the most controversial videos ever posted on YouTube can go...

    8. U.S. District Judge George King wants to hear more about whether the 19th century schoolteacher who has been credited with writing "Happy Birthday to...

    9. Google Wins Court Bid to Avoid ‘Swiss Cheese' Copyright Law

      Bloomberg via Yahoo! FinanceMay 18 02:35 PM

      Google Inc., joined by broadcasters and free speech advocates, beat back an actress’ bid to block her appearance in a controversial online video and avoided a ruling it warned would make “Swiss cheese” of copyright law. Cindy Lee Garcia was “bamboozled” into appearing in an anti-Muslim film which stoked violent protests when it was made public in 2012, a federal appeals court ruled. Garcia said...

    10. Author's estate claims an upcoming summer blockbuster starring Sir Ian McKellen as the great sleuth infringes copyright

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