Feb 092013
 

The following case, Twentieth Century Fox v. Harris, is not a criminal matter.  But I want to include it here nonetheless in part because it’s important to talk about copyright policy generally, particularly given the increasing trend for it to be criminalized.  And in part because, in this case, hardly two weeks after I asserted that copyright infringement analogized more to trespass than to theft, a court in England independently reached the same conclusion. Continue reading »