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When is it Too Late to File a Copyright Infringement Lawsuit?

Plagiarism Today

A recent pair of Supreme Court decisions have addressed when one can file a copyright lawsuit. The post When is it Too Late to File a Copyright Infringement Lawsuit? So, how late is too late? appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

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DMCA Copyright Infringement? The Perils of Relying on AI

Hugh Stephens Blog

DMCA Copyright Infringement Notice”. Immediately my sphincter puckered, and a frisson went down my spine as I read it was from one Alicia Weber, Trademark Attorney, with Nationwide Legal … Continue reading "DMCA Copyright Infringement? Should I open it or ignore it? I took the plunge. The Perils of Relying on AI"

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Professor Sues Cheating Student for Copyright Infringement

Plagiarism Today

Course Hero states that it has a policy to not tolerate copyright infringement. It is unclear if Berkovitz filed a Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) takedown notice against the works or not. Tests, study guides, answer keys and other materials produced by instructors can be protected by copyright.

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NVIDIA Denies Copyright Infringement Claims in Authors’ AI Lawsuit

TorrentFreak

NVIDIA Faces Copyright Infringement Claims Earlier this year, several authors sued NVIDIA over alleged copyright infringement. The class action lawsuit claims that the company’s AI models were trained on copyrighted works taken from the ‘pirate’ site Bibliotik. Copyright Act,” the company writes.

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Supreme Court: There’s No ‘Time Limit’ on Copyright Infringement Claims

TorrentFreak

Nealy sues over ‘dated’ copyright infringements The underlying deal didn’t benefit Nealy, who found out about it after he was released from prison for the second time. In response, he filed a lawsuit against Warner Chappell in 2018, demanding compensation for the alleged copyright infringements, dating back to 2008.

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Court Dismisses Authors’ Copyright Infringement Claims Against OpenAI

TorrentFreak

Authors Sue, OpenAI Responds In a lawsuit filed last June , authors Paul Tremblay and Mona Awad accused OpenAI of direct and vicarious copyright infringement, among other things. The only claim that should be able to survive is direct copyright infringement, but OpenAI said it expects to defeat that at a later stage.

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Limitation period for copyright infringement actions in France

The IPKat

This Kat always eagerly awaits decisions from the French Cour de Cassation, so he was delighted to find out about an important recent decision on copyright (Cour de cassation, 1st Civil Chamber, 15 November 2023, n° 22-23.266). The judgment focuses on a procedural aspect, namely the limitation period for an action for copyright infringement.