The US Supreme Court is Considering the Kirtsaeng Case: Their Decision Could Change Fundamental Assumptions About Property
The US Supreme Court heard arguments Monday March 4th, 2013 in what some are calling "the most important copyright case in nearly a decade." Whether that's hyperbole remains to seen, but the Kirtsaeng case could have sweeping effects. For example, if the Court follows the advice of some big media companies, holding your next garage sale could require that Americans get the permission from the copyright holders on any goods made outside the US...
Posted by Randy Finch on Tuesday, March 05, 2013
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