Don't worry too much if you're upset by yesterday's SCOTUS copyright decision. The judiciary is still charging 10 cents per page for the public to access court filings, so there are still a lot of legal documents that the public never will see.
— Jeff Kosseff (@jkosseff) April 28, 2020
SCt rules, 5-4, that Georgia cannot (c) its annotated statutes. First line of CJ Roberts' opinion: "The Copyright Act grants potent, decades-long monopoly protection for original works of authorship.” The appearance of the word "monopoly" is going to make some heads explode.
— Christopher Sprigman (@CJSprigman) April 27, 2020
I keep a docket of our court cases, press, my speeches, etc if you’re interested in following along. https://t.co/N2BDE2C1Wp I haven’t updated it with the latest news yet.
— Carl Malamud (@carlmalamud) April 27, 2020