On June 11, 2018, another head scratching decision came out of the Eastern District of Virginia, one that has the potential to seriously erode the copyright protections afforded photographers.
Many times, I am asked to speak to student law associations and sometimes to artist associations. At these, there are frequent questions about the future of the arts in the era of unfettered internet exploitation. My response is usually in the form of a question: “Did you hear that? (Silence) “Let me ask you again… […]
Professor Stephen Carlisle debunks the DOJ’s theories for 100% licensing. via Stephen Carlisle: You Can’t Make This Stuff Up! The Department of Justice v. ASCAP — Artist Rights Watch via Stephen Carlisle: You Can’t Make This Stuff Up! The Department of Justice v. ASCAP — Artist Rights Watch