CloudFlare Enjoined From Aiding Infringers: Internet Unbroken

The following post first appeared on the Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property (CPIP) blog, and it is reposted with permission here. Just how far does a court’s power to enjoin reach into cyberspace? It’s clear enough that those directly posting or hosting infringing content are subject to an injunction. But what about a […]

No Lemonade For Aereo’s Lemons

Over at the Volokh Conspiracy blog, Professor David Post laments “our incoherent copyright law.” His case in point: The opinion and order issued last week by District Judge Alison J. Nathan granting a preliminary injunction against Aereo.1 Professor Post claims that “the Copyright Act is an incoherent mess” since, in his opinion, Judge Nathan held […]