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A make-up artist has lost his copyright appeal at a US federal appeals court, but the judges declined to issue a highly-anticipated judgment on whether the human skin is a “tangible medium of expression”.
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Second Circuit, skin, make-up, Steven Klein, Shiseido, Sammy Mourabit, appeal, Copyright Act, preempted, state law, federal