Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy: NYU School of Law
In this Article, we are interested in understanding what courts do in copyright infringement cases when awarding statutory damages, and, given the absence of statutory direction, there are any discernable patterns in those statutory damages awards.
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Singapore-based fast-fashion company says it ‘takes all claims of infringement seriously’
Both stories involve experts in copyright law finding that the system sucks, even when you know the system.
Last week, Business Insider published two articles accusing celebrity academic Neri Oxman of multiple instances of plagiarism in her 2010 Ph.D. dissertation.
OpenAI has introduced a tool for artists to keep their images from training future AI programs. It may not make a difference.
AI is undermining the web's grand bargain, and a decades-old handshake agreement is the only thing standing in the way.
Stephen King, Zadie Smith, and Michael Pollan are among thousands of writers whose copyrighted works are being used to train large language models.