Sex and Copyright

Ann Bartow ups the ante:

At Raging PMS, and at Blowfish. Nothing at either blog about law review articles for some reason. If you are an easily offended doofus, or you are reading this at work on filtered/monitored Internet, or you are Siva’s mother, probably best not to click the links. If you are a copyright geek, think about “sculptural works” and “functionality limitations.”

Now I don’t have any citations for Ann, but I’m certain that an article titled “Sex and Copyright” would get the attention of a law review editor or two. It might even sell a few copies at Amazon.com. Consider this a (dare I say it?) tongue-in-cheek topic placeholder. And you don’t need to be a copyright geek to ponder the implications of the doctrine of (wait . . . well, OK) merger.

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