Comments on Sen. Hawley’s “[Ending] Support for Internet Censorship Act”

…content. Further, users could “submit complaints or evidence [to the FTC] that they have been subject to politically biased content moderation by a provider of an interactive computer service.” Can…

Supreme Court Requires Completed Copyright Registration Before Filing Suit–Fourth Estate Public Benefit v. Wall-Street (Guest Blog Post)

…have submitted an application for registration, accompanied by payment of the required fee and deposit of the requisite copies, or whether the Copyright Office must have acted on the application…

Recap of the California Assembly Hearing on the California Consumer Privacy Act

…better! I wasn’t required to submit any written testimony in advance. Nevertheless, I did write up my remarks, and I am sharing them below. Congress runs time management very, very…

An Analysis of Title I and Title III of The Music Modernization Act, Part 2 of 2 (Guest Blog Post)

…share of the featured artists’ royalties [17 U.S.C. §114(g)(6)(B)(ii)], and must submit a copy of the written contract to the collective. The producer, mixer, or sound engineer must also certify…

An Analysis of Title I and Title III of The Music Modernization Act, Part 1 of 2 (Guest Blog Post)

…blanket license, a digital music provider must “submit[] a notice of license to the mechanical licensing collective that specifies the particular covered activities in which the digital music provider seeks…

Real Estate Appraisals and Copyrighting Facts [Repost from Concurring Opinions’ Archive]

…biggest online database service gets some data by providing an online tool for appraisers to submit their reports to lenders—thus, allowing them to extract facts from appraisals that cross the…

Two Pro Se Section 230 Rulings–Scott v. Carlson & Watkins v. Carr

…that: Carlson created online content to attack Scott; Moon published Carlson-submitted false information about Scott to a message board Moon operates called Kiwi Farms (self-described as being “about eccentric individuals…

If Your Trademark Case Depends on Showing Initial Interest Confusion, Save Your Money–Select Comfort v. John Baxter

…Select Comfort was free to submit evidence of point-of-click confusion to support a showing of likelihood of confusion between the purchasing alternatives at the time of purchase. This is a…

Google Successfully Amends Its AdWords TOS to Add Arbitration Clause–Trudeau v. Google

…the change. It is not necessary to submit a rejection of the future change to this Dispute Resolution Agreement if Customer or Advertiser had properly opted out of arbitration in…

The Florida Bar and Competitive Keyword Advertising: A Tragicomedy (in 3 Parts)

…advertising is far more likely to mislead consumers. In response to the second proposal, Lyrissa Lidsky, Rebecca Tushnet, and I submitted a short letter to the Florida Bar explaining why…