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Tagged with “copyright” (28)

  1. As 3-D Printing Becomes More Accessible, Copyright Questions Arise : All Tech Considered : NPR

    A 3-D printer allows people to easily create Yoda busts, Tintin’s rocket ship — and even NPR action figures. But as this technology gets cheaper, the budding industry could face the same intellectual property battles that upended the music business a decade ago.

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  2. Supreme Court Deals A Big Win For TV Broadcasters : NPR

    The Supreme Court has ruled that Aereo, a TV streaming startup, is violating the copyrights of TV producers, marketers and broadcasters by offering subscribers the ability to watch and record broadcasts on any Internet-enabled device. It now appears that Aereo will have to shut down.

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  3. Sherlock Holmes And The Expiring Copyright: It’s Public Domain, Dear Watson : NPR

    The famous sleuth has discovered that U.S copyright law is anything but elementary. A federal judge recently ruled that elements of the Sherlock Holmes characters are now both licensed property of the Doyle estate and in the public domain. The Doyle estate plans to appeal the decision.

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    Somewhere at the edge of our heliosphere, billions of miles from Earth, the Voyager 1 spacecraft carries the sounds of a few musicians from our planet into the interstellar void. It also carries a legacy of extraterrestrial copyright law. Bob talks with The New Yorker’s music critic Alex Ross about the nature of intergalactic intellectual property.

    Copyright in Space

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