Case to determine whether states can ‘violate copyright with impunity’
If the US Supreme Court upholds a previous decision, lawyers say that copyright holders will be unable to sue states in cases of infringement
The remains of an 18th century pirate ship has sparked a Supreme Court case that could have implications for piracy in the modern age.
In 1996, Intersal, a private research firm, discovered the remains of Queen Anne’s Revenge off North...
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