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Wikipedia is embedded into higher education

The Chronicle of Higher Education: “LiAnna Davis remembers when people didn’t want to talk to her at academic conferences: “I had this woman one time who held her folder up over her head and was like, ‘Don’t let my department … Continue reading

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Shifting Law on Embedded Content

We do it all the time, but is it legal? Maybe. Maybe not. Embedding content from one source, e.g., a website, into another source, e.g., another website, is not uncommon. News sites embed photographs from Instagram, twitter messages, and videos … Continue reading

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Copyright Law on Embedded Images Gets Blurrier – Goldman v. Breitbart

A few months ago, a federal district court in New York held that several publishers violated a photographer’s copyright when they embedded a photograph from one of the photographer’s Twitter posts. Goldman v. Breitbart News Network, No. 17-CV-3144 (KBF) (S.D.N.Y. Feb. … Continue reading

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Appeal Certified in Goldman v Breitbart (Tom Brady embedded tweet case)

Interlocutory appeal certified in Goldman v Breitbart (Tom Brady embedded link case), thus assuring prompt resolution of knotty legal problem. Read more detail on Recent Advertising Law posts –

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This Is An Example Of A Tweet Embedded On A Webpage

OK, here it is. In a case that 9 news publishers and others warned would cause a tremendous chilling effect on the core functionality of the web, a judge today rules photo copyrights can be infringed by embedding tweets. THIS … Continue reading

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