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Golan v Holder

Constitution Check: When the Internet Went Dark, What Was the Constitutional Meaning?

Lyle Denniston | Posted 04.01.2012 | Politics
Lyle Denniston

January 18 may well go down in history as the dawn of a new age of First Amendment-shielded political agitation via the Web, but at the same time as the twilight of constitutional protection for "the public domain."

SCOTUS Adds More Fuel to the Copyright Debate With Golan V. Holder

Christina Gagnier | Posted 03.19.2012 | Technology
Christina Gagnier

The case marked a continuance of the debate over the Copyright Clause of the United States Constitution that was broached in the 2003 Supreme Court decision in the Eldred v. Ashcroft case.