Copyright owners cannot sue until after registration: SCOTUS
US Copyright Office approves fair use hacking in automobiles
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The saga of Google v Oracle kept the IP world on tenterhooks for more than a decade—and this week’s SCOTUS ruling delivered a final unexpected twist—significantly expanding the scope of “fair use”.
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