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Recent Developments Related to Generative AI and Copyright Law

JD Supra Law

The increasing sophistication of generative artificial intelligence (AI) has had widespread effects on fields ranging from art and film to law and healthcare.

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Are Fictional Characters Protected Under Copyright Law?

Creative Law Center

The post Are Fictional Characters Protected Under Copyright Law? appeared first on Creative Law Center. The independent life of fictional characters. Consider them an additional creative asset in a writer’s intellectual property portfolio.


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Digitalization And Copyright Law

IP and Legal Filings

The availability of a large variety of information has also increased the risk of Copyright Infringement due to its easy accessibility and dissemination. This has led to varying degrees of copyright infringements in this digital era.

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AI Machine Learning:  Remedies Other Than Copyright Law?

The Illusion of More

Citing the class action lawsuits Andersen and Tremblay, I predicted that if the courts do not find that ML unavoidably violates the reproduction right (§106(1)), copyright law may not offer much relief […] The post AI Machine Learning: Remedies Other Than Copyright Law? appeared first on The Illusion of More.

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4 Tips to Navigating Copyright Law for Educators

Copyright Alliance

In developing curricula for students, teachers often wonder how copyright law applies to them when they incorporate […] The post 4 Tips to Navigating Copyright Law for Educators appeared first on Copyright Alliance. It’s that time when teachers are busy preparing for the new school year.

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Internet TV services under the scrutiny of EU copyright law: CJEU ruling in Ocilion

Kluwer Copyright Blog

In Case C-426/21 , the CJEU looked into the complicated relationship between copyright law and online television services. The focus of the case is twofold: the scope of application of the private copy exception, on the one hand, and that of the right of communication to the public, on the other.

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Research Exceptions in Comparative Copyright Law

Kluwer Copyright Blog

Promoting research and access to its products has always been a core purpose of copyright law, often expressed in limitations and exceptions for research uses. Recent legal scholarship has examined the need for copyright exceptions for text and data mining (TDM) methodologies, and the doctrines recently enacted to achieve this purpose.