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, Re:Create
No Technical Mandates: Strong Opposition Voiced to Copyright Office

From Re:Create:

GOVERNMENT SHOULDN’T CONTROL TECHNOLOGY

R Street Institute: “R Street believes it is important to allow private firms to continue to innovate and improve technical measures…

, Townhall
America COMPETES Act Will Undermine Online Marketplaces
Wayne Brough

From Townhall:

As a result, the proposed requirements will place the burden of  “identifying and eliminating” questionable goods squarely on those who didn’t manufacture…

, The Dispatch
Moving Fast and Breaking Things
Wayne Brough

From The Dispatch:

On the other hand, those good provisions are drowned out by a whole host of bad ones (“The House stuffed the bill full of Democratic priorities,” says Politico),…

New legislation being rushed through the House has massive privacy and other problems for small sellers
Wayne Brough

The America COMPETES Act is currently being rushed through the House of Representatives with a full-court press by leadership to finalize the deal. The bill has become a monstrosity, weighing in at…

R Street Institute and Niskanen Center Comments on Copyright and Journalism in a Digital Marketplace
Wayne Brough

Before the
U.S. Copyright Office
Library of Congress
November 26, 2021

In the Matter of
Publishers’ Protection Study:
Notice and Request for Public…

, Harvard Law Review
Google LLC v. Oracle America, Inc.
Charles Duan

From Harvard Law Review:

In reaching this conclusion, the Court took a newly expansive view of transformativeness in the fair use analysis, recognizing the significance of Google’s…

, The Juris Lab
Citations to Briefs in Oral Arguments and Opinions
Charles Duan

From The Juris Lab:

While main party briefs give the justices fodder to argue for or (more often in this analysis) against, amicus briefs provide relevant information to the justices often not…

, Above the Law
Amicus Briefs On The Merits For The 2020 Supreme Court Term
Charles Duan

From Above the Law:

Brief for R Street Institute et al. as Amici Curiae 15–20 (describing Oracle’s reimplementation of other APIs); see also Brief for American Antitrust Institute…

, Slate
Why Are Republicans Upset About Corporate Free Speech All of a Sudden?
Charles Duan

From Slate:

But in reality, if you look at the briefs in this case, a really broad ideological array of groups were on Google’s side, including like the R Street Institute, like pro market pro…

, Slate
Why Are Republicans Upset About Corporate Free Speech All of a Sudden?
Charles Duan

From Slate:

But in reality, if you look at the briefs in this case, a really broad ideological array of groups were on Google’s side, including like the R Street Institute, like pro market pro…

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