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The Top 10 Copyright Rulings Of 2017

Law360, New York (December 19, 2017, 11:16 AM EST) -- From Dr. Seuss to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on cheerleading uniforms, 2017 saw a slew of important rulings for the world of copyright law. Here are 10 you need to remember.

10. American Society for Testing and Materials et al. v. Public.Resource.org

A D.C. federal judge’s February ruling said that private standards-setting groups can own copyrights on industry rules that they create even after they are transformed into federal law.

The decision came in a long-running battle between transparency...
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