Fair Use vs. Copyright Infringement: A Software “Digital Rights” War in the Eleventh Circuit

Tech giants, such as Microsoft, Google, and Apple, have dominated the software industry.[1] Notably, Apple is a leading developer of heavily secured software for cellphones and computers.[2] For many years Apple’s iOS software has had the reputation of being a hard...

In Piracy v. Free Speech Slugfest, Activists Ask Copyright Office to Protect Creatives’ Right to Produce

Amidst a glut of self-produced videos, self-placed advertisements, and an ever-expanding aspiration to become ‘Insta-famous’, the battle between entertainment companies and budding entrepreneurs regarding content housed on social-media platforms is renewed. In recent...

Other Companies Do What Nintendon’t: Nintendo’s Ongoing Struggles with Unauthorized Use of Its Music

Nintendo is a multinational electronic entertainment company that generated a net income of approximately $4.4 billion in the 2021 fiscal year.[1] It is well-known for selling some of the most popular video game consoles of all time and for selling millions of units...

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