Parody By Hindsight?

Parody By Hindsight?

Summary: Rex Hammock has a new twist on the fair use principle that says parody can be a defense to infringement (not to mention a powerful attention draw):  tell the world you're a parody if it seems like you really should be — even if that, er, wasn't quite the original intent.  This has legs, I like it!

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Rex Hammock has a new twist on the fair use principle that says parody can be a defense to infringement (not to mention a powerful attention draw):  tell the world you're a parody if it seems like you really should be — even if that, er, wasn't quite the original intent.  This has legs, I like it!  Though they'd probably have to cancel the conference to pull it off.  A price many would willingly pay.

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Denise Howell is an appellate, intellectual property and technology lawyer who enjoys broad industry recognition for her expertise on the intersection of emerging technologies and law.

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  • Satire is what closes...

    ... on Saturday night. People just didn't get it. Works for me, too.
    Anton Philidor