Righthaven v. Klerks

There is an interesting ruling [PDF] in a Righthaven copyright infringement case, one of its tidal wave of copyright infringement cases against bloggers in Nevada, Righthaven v. Klerks et al. TechDirt highlights that the ruling indicates that the judge is willing to listen to the defendants’ argument that there was an implied license. It’s also a case asserting fair use. Anyone blogging would do well to read it, so I have it as text for you.



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Posted: September 27th, 2010
at 2:42pm by Koookiecrumbles

Categories: web,blogs,law,trademark & copyright

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