Copyright News Round Up

Copyright News Round Up

Week of December 8, 2017
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Hugh Stephens Blog | Google has successfully convinced a judge in the tech industry-friendly US District Court of Northern California (covering Silicon Valley naturally) to issue a temporary injunction nullifying the enforceability in the United States of an order from a Canadian provincial court in British Columbia (BC), upheld on appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC), to delist from its global search results all references to Datalink Technologies Gateways and its counterfeit product, an internet router called the GW1000.

Copyright Alliance for Copyright Clearence Center | I was on the phone last week talking to someone about a potential partnership between our two organizations that could benefit individual creators.

The Illusion of More |Today, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the case Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, a.k.a. “the wedding cake case.”

Copyright Alliance for ABA Landslide | For almost two years, I have been proud to serve as the CEO of the Copyright Alliance, and to speak on behalf of the copyright community.

CPIP |Last week, the fifth round of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) negotiations closed in Mexico City with tensions high and little progress made towards a modernized trade deal.

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