Andy Warhol Decision Spells Stronger Rights for Photographers Fighting Infringers

The March 26, 2021 decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. v. Goldsmith, Case No. 19-2420 (2d Cir. 2021) should strengthen the arguments of photographers fighting infringements of their works by narrowing the scope of the fair use defense that can be […]

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Pandemic Silver Lining? Attention and Resources for the Preservation of Dying Languages

Language, along with the storytelling and traditional knowledge for which it is the vehicle, reflects the ways in which indigenous populations look at their worlds. As stated by United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres, almost half of the world’s estimated 6,700 languages, which are mostly indigenous, risk extinction and “[w]ith every language that disappears, the world […]

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Curtailing Bias in Facial Recognition Technology

Carolyn Wimbly Martin and Kavya Rallabhandi

In the wake of injustice, you take to the streets with your peers and allies to exercise your constitutionally protected rights to free speech and protest. While marching, an argument breaks out nearby, and due to the heightened presence of law enforcement, you decide to head back home. The next morning, more than 50 police […]

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