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Graham v Prince set to test the limits of fair use

Managing Intellectual Property

A case that is heating up in a New York district court could have broad implications for copyright in the context of social media and the internet, and could ultimately end up at the Supreme Court

In Donald Graham v Richard Prince, Gagosian Gallery, Inc, and Lawrence Gagosian, visual artist Donald Graham sued “appropriation artist” Richard Prince in late 2015 for copying an unauthorised upload of Graham’s photograph from an Instagram user’s page, making slight alterations...

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