Intellectual Property Law

New Matter SPRING 2020, Volume 45, Number 1

Copyright News

Jo Ardalan

One LLP

SUBJECT MATTER JURISDICTION OF COPYRIGHT REVISITED IN THE INTERNET AGE

A judge in the Central District of California dismissed a copyright infringement claim for lack of subject matter jurisdiction after finding that downloading copyrighted material triggers the Section 106(1) reproduction right only at the location of the ultimate download.1 The decision is pending appeal and has attracted amici parties who have a heavily vested interest in ensuring that the laws of online copyright infringement continue to protect United States-based creators.2

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