Monday, April 18, 2016

Beyond the Book: Copyright Cases Roll On

copyrightIn the April 8 episode of Beyond the Book, Andrew Albanese, Publishers Weekly senior writer, and Christopher Kenneally talked about the GSU copyright case and its most recent decision, which favored GSU.  In the podcast, Albanese noted, "...Judge Orinda Evans found that 41 of 48 alleged infringements considered at trial—and reconsidered on remand—were protected by fair use, and for a second time, she declared GSU the prevailing party in the case..."  At the end of the 10-minute podcast, Albanese and Kenneally talk about status of the AAP case against Google, and whether it might be heard by the Supreme Court.  (Hint...that decision might come today.)  This is a very good episode to listen to!

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