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This short essay, prepared for a retrospective organized by Eric Goldman and Jeff Kosseff on the twentieth anniversary of the Fourth Circuit’s decision in Zeran v. AOL, argues that the Supreme Court failed to learn the lesson of that foundational case, with adverse consequences for copyright law on the internet.
Ford, Roger Allan, "How the Supreme Court Ignored the Lesson of Zeran and Screwed Up Copyright Law on the Internet" (2017). The Recorder. 407.
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