The release of the first-ever black hole image generated an immediate copyright dispute and revealed multiple copyright issues that remain unsettled, raising interesting questions about what images should remain in the public domain.
Also in this edition of IP Literature Watch, we investigate how emerging economies influenced the mandate, structure, and activities of WIPO, and we include a paper that explores a plaintiff’s burden of proof in estalbishing liability in an infringement case.
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License to all or access to all? A law and economics assessment of standard development organizations’ licensing rules
Should FRAND commitments be interpreted to require licensing all comers or could access to standards can be achieved through other, less rigid means?