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Can Output Produced Autonomously by AI Systems Enjoy Copyright Protection, and Should It? An Analysis of the Current Legal Position and the Search for the Way Forward, Vol. 55

Catherine O'Callaghan

The debate as to whether output produced autonomously by Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) systems can, and should, benefit from copyright protection is evolving from a topic of largely theoretical discussion to a question with which courts and legislators can no longer avoid grappling.

Jan 2024


TikTok: The Clock is Ticking on Online Copyright Infringement, Vol. 56.1

Alex Lefkowitz

Background On January 1st, 2021, a new blanket licensing system was established by the Music Modernization Act. This system, facilitated by the Mechanical Licensing Collective,  is one of many steps in the ongoing battle to distribute royalties to their rightful copyright owners across the globe. Historically, songwriters and musicians received mechanical royalties every time their…

Aug 2023