Independent Artists Try To Protect Their Work From Internet Copyright Violations
Tucked away in the massive government funding bill is an item called the CASE Act, which establishes an extra-judicial court within the Copyright Office charged with adjudicating copyright disputes.
Consumer rights advocates fear the worst for everyday people unwittingly sharing copyrighted material, NPR’s Neda Ulaby reports.
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