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Friday, July 14, 2006

More on Clean Flicks

The Clean Flicks decision, which Clean Flicks apparently plans to appeal, is garnering a great deal of discussion on the 'net. Nick Gillespie (Reason) considers the decision a Pyrrhic victory for Hollywood. Here's what the Hedgehog Blog has to say.  Read comments at the Patry Copyright Blog. Check out the Technology & Marketing Law Blog. John Ottaviani points out that this case may have fall-out for websites that host works that could be considered "derivative works" that also  claim First Amendment protection--parodies for example.

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