U.S. Government, Hollywood Weigh in on Dispute Exploring Reach of U.S. Copyright

In an amicus brief filed Wednesday (read here), the government urges the appeals court to hold that a copyright owner’s exclusive right to control performance is infringed “just as clearly when the transmission comprising the unauthorized performance originates oversees,” that is, when there’s an audience in the United States who is able to receive it.

Source: U.S. Government, Hollywood Studios Weigh in on Dispute Exploring Reach of U.S. Copyright Law | Hollywood Reporter

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