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TLP@10: TLP Alums: Perspectives from Government and NGOs Season 5: Episode 9

This episode is the TLP Alums: Perspectives from Government and NGOs panel from the Technology Law and Policy Clinic at 10 event.

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The Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy provides a unique, interdisciplinary environment where scholars can examine the key drivers of innovation as well as the law and policy that best support innovation.

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Copyright Remains A Complete Mess: A Tale In Two Stories Techdirt | January 19, 2024 | Michael Weinberg

Both stories involve experts in copyright law finding that the system sucks, even when you know the system.

Neri Oxman and Claudine Gay Cases Show We Need New Rules on Plagiarism New York Magazine | January 07, 2024 | Chris Sprigman

Last week, Business Insider published two articles accusing celebrity academic Neri Oxman of multiple instances of plagiarism in her 2010 Ph.D. dissertation.

Artists Are Losing the War Against AI The Atlantic | October 02, 2023 | Jason Schultz

OpenAI has introduced a tool for artists to keep their images from training future AI programs. It may not make a difference.

AI is Killing the Grand Bargain at the Heart of the Web. 'We're in a Different World.' Business Insider | August 30, 2023 | Jason Schultz

AI is undermining the web's grand bargain, and a decades-old handshake agreement is the only thing standing in the way.

Revealed: The Author Whose Pirated Books Are Powering Generative AI The Atlantic | August 19, 2023 | Jason Schultz

Stephen King, Zadie Smith, and Michael Pollan are among thousands of writers whose copyrighted works are being used to train large language models.

The Dream Was Universal Access to Knowledge. The Result Was a Fiasco. The New York Times | August 13, 2023 | Jason Schultz

In the pandemic emergency, Brewster Kahle’s Internet Archive freely lent out digital scans of its library. Publishers sued. Owning a book means something different now.

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