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The Right to Digital Public Performance

The Six Rights of Copyright – Part VI: The Right to Digital Public Performance   The Bundle of Rights That Make Up Copyright   The digital public performance right is the sixth and final part in our series on what makes a Copyright. The prior five rights reviewed are linked
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The Six Rights of Copyright – Part V: The Right to Public Display

The Six Rights of Copyright – Part V: The Right to Public Display   Public Display and the Bundle of Rights That Make Up Copyright    This is the fifth part in our series on what makes a Copyright, the right to public display.  The prior four rights reviewed are linked below
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Bieber and Usher Not Feeling the Love over $10 Million Copyright Lawsuit

The Music Pitch Songwriters Devin Copeland and Mareio Overton have filed a $10 million copyright lawsuit against Justin Bieber and Usher over their hit single, “Somebody to Love.”  This sordid ditty begins back in 2008 when Copeland and Overton claim they first recorded the song for C
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The Six Rights of Copyright – Part IV: The Right to Publicly Perform

The Right to Publicly Perform is the fourth part in our series on what makes a Copyright.  The prior three rights reviewed are linked below for you to get up to speed.  To refresh, the six parts of copyright are: The right to reproduce the copyrighted work The right to prepare derivat
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The Six Rights of Copyright – Part III: The Right to Prepare Derivative Works

This is the third part in our series on what makes a copyright.  If you’re just jumping in, take a look at the first two parts linked below to get caught up.  To refresh, the six parts of copyright are: The right to reproduce the copyrighted work The right to prepare derivative works 
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