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Understanding Copyright Law in the Data Era 2012
E. Leonard Rubin, Katherine C. Spelman, Robert W. Clarida
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Overview of Basic Principles of Copyright Law and Copyright Office Practice
Chapter 2. Copyright: The Quick Tour
Chapter 3. Enforcing Copyrights: Copyright Litigation and Available Defenses
Chapter 4. Selected Recent Cases and Materials on Fair Use
Chapter 5. Appellant’s Brief in Salinger v. Colting
Chapter 6. First Amended Complaint in Authors Guild v. Haithitrust et al.
Chapter 7. Sample Comments on Fair Use in the Context of Proposed Rulemaking on Circumvention of technical Measures Protecting Copyrighted Works
Chapter 8. Fair Use & Copyright
Chapter 9. Fair Use in an Evolving Copyright Environment
Chapter 10. Outline of 2011-12 Copyright Cases and the Copyright Act, 17 United States Code
Chapter 11. Software, Music and Other Digital Works: Ninth Circuit Clarifies Standard for Determining Whether a Transfer is a Sale or License: Vernor v. Autodesk, MDY v. Blizzard Entertainment and UMG Recordings v. Augusto
Chapter 12. Viacom v. Youtube, Inc. (April 5, 2012)
Chapter 13. Capitol Records, Inc. v. MP3TUNES, LLC (October 25, 2011)
Chapter 14. UMG Recordings, Inc. v. Augusto (January 4, 2011)
Chapter 15. Online Copyright Infringement and Counterfeiting: Legislation In The 112th Congress
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