Are States Totally Immune from Copyright Infringement Suits?

For the most part, state institutions have procedures in place that ensure the legal and respectful use of copyrighted materials, including guidelines when questions arise, such as the limits of fair use or the conditions of the TEACH Act. However, an August 2021 report of the U.S. Copyright Office entitled Copyright and State Sovereign Immunity (the […]

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Apple’s Rollouts of iOS 14.5 and iOS 15 Impact Marketers, App Developers and Small Businesses

Carolyn Wimbly Martin and Margaret Horstman

In April 2020, Apple rolled out an update for its iOS operating system that included new privacy measures (“App Tracking Transparency” or “ATT”) to limit advertisers’ tracking of iPhone users. iPhone users were relieved by their newfound control over which, if any, of their information is tracked. However, this feature has the potential to harm […]

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