Fairness Rocks News Why is No One Talking About this Provision of the CASE Act? It’s Because It Benefits Users of Copyrighted Works


Fairness Rocks News Why is No One Talking About this Provision of the CASE Act? It’s Because It Benefits Users of Copyrighted Works

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Author: Keith Kupferschmid

Date: August 27, 2019

Original Source: Copyright Alliance

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Why is No One Talking About this Provision of the CASE Act? It’s Because It Benefits Users of Copyrighted Works

The Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement Act of 2019 (the CASE Act), H.R. 2426 and S. 1273, a bill that would create an optional small claims tribunal within the U.S. Copyright Office, was introduced by Congress in May 2019. Before that, it had been introduced in different forms in prior Congresses as well. Over that time, and especially this year, just about every aspect of the bill has been held under a microscope, poked and prodded and discussed ad nauseum. There has been so much analysis and discussion of the provisions of the CASE Act that it’s hard to believe that there could possibly be some aspect of the bill that has gone unnoticed. But in fact, there is one aspect of the bill that has largely gone undiscussed. It’s time for that to change. But to do that we need to set the stage.

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