While a flurry of AI copyright lawsuits from prominent authors and artists grab headlines, another case has quietly taken something more important: a head start.
The server test is alive and well—at least in the Ninth Circuit—and shields the embedding of social media posts from copyright infringement liability.
Instagram fights a class action in California, while a New York court rejects a settled embedding defense. Is it time to think about life after the server test?
In a new development in the ongoing legal saga over photo embedding, Instagram has been hit with a class action lawsuit. Do the plaintiffs have a case?
The Supreme Court's long-awaited decision finds that Google's copying of Oracle's Java API was fair use. Should creators of more traditional content be concerned?
Following RIAA’s successful efforts to remove YouTube-DL from several Github repositories, the trade association now finds itself defending a lawsuit by the owner of Yout, another stream-ripping tool. Is this technology more like Betamax or Grokster?
Nearly 25% of online news articles contain embedded links to social media posts. Are the publishers of these articles all committing copyright infringement?