Copyright in AI-Generated Artwork: Addendum

This post is an update. Read the original post here.  In October 2022 we reported that Kristina Kashtanova, a New York-based artist, received a copyright registration for a graphic novel with AI-generated artwork. We wondered whether this meant that the Copyright Office would register works with AI-generated elements if they also identified a human author or […]

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Interviews and Copyright

Arnold P. Lutzker and Sara Etemad-Moghadam

An interview is a conversation between two or more individuals, where the interviewer asks a series of questions to which the interviewee responds, and both parties make comments. Problems with interview ownership can occur when the person being interviewed believes the interviewer has used their responses to mislead or portray them in a negative light […]

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Copyright and the Sale of Teaching Materials Online

Update: On March 2, 2023 TPT was acquired by IXL Learning, a developer of personalized learning programs used by millions of students around the world. Niche platforms like TPT (formerly known as Teachers Pay Teachers), an online marketplace for PreK-12 teachers to share and sell educational materials, have become important resources for the educational community […]

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