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What Google's copyright win means for other industries
The Supreme Court's ruling that Google's use of Java was "transformative use" has some in the entertainment world worried.
Why you rarely hear the “I Have a Dream” speech in full
It’s common for commemorations of Martin Luther King Jr. Day to include excerpts from his famous “I Have a Dream” speech. But there’s good reason not to play it in full: The work in its entirety is copyrighted. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
Happy days for 'Happy Birthday' singers
Judge rules Warner/Chappell, which licensed the song, doesn't have a copyright.
Joke stealing is no laughing matter
Some are making money tweeting others' material. That breaks a comedian code.
The "Blurred Lines" case could have a chilling effect
Issues of inspiration and copyright get even more complicated over decades.
Aereo loses at the Supreme Court: what's next?
Where do things stand in the wake of the court's 6-3 verdict?
Do we really need more Beatles releases?
No, but Apple Records does, to protect the group's copyrights.