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Symposium on the Right to Research in International Copyright Law

April 21-22, 2022The American University Washington College of Law Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property (PIJIP), American University International Law Review (AUILR ), and the University of Amsterdam Institute for Information Law (IViR) are inviting papers for a Symposium on the Right to Research in International Copyright Law on April 21-22, 2022. We are tentatively planning […]

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If Not Overturned, a Bad Copyright Decision Will Lead Many Americans to Lose Internet Access

BY MITCH STOLTZ JUNE 3, 2021 This post was co-written by EFF Legal Intern Lara Ellenberg In going after internet service providers (ISPs) for the actions of just a few of their users, Sony Music, other major record labels, and music publishing companies have found a way to cut people off of the internet based on […]

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Mexico’s new copyright law puts human rights in jeopardy

BY CORY DOCTOROWJULY 24, 2020 Share on TwitterShare on Facebook ESPAÑOL Today, the Electronic Frontier Foundation joins a coalition of international organizations in publishing an open letter of opposition to Mexico’s new copyright law; the letter lays out the threats that Mexico’s new law poses to fundamental human rights and calls upon Mexico’s National Human Rights Commission to take […]