The ‘Cobbler’ was a dud. But it has stitched up an appellate ruling on IP addresses, preventing copyright owners from acting like heels.
This guest post was written by Crystal R. Nobregas, a Southwestern Law School fourth-year evening program student who is taking the Entertainment Law and the Emerging Web class. For any internet users who may be saddled with naughty kids, n’er do well drop-in nephews, or neighbors who employ sneaky tech to “borrow” their wi-fi without permission or paying for it, federal appellate judges in California have sent a small but key message recently: Got your back, man. That’s one way to look at the decision this fall by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, which delivered...Read More