: Grokster loses. Thus so do toolmakers and enablers of any sort … which, after all, is the very definition of the internet. The decision is terribly out of sync with the future.
: Susan Crawford, who knows whereof she blogs, is awaiting the decisions to say more but offers this:
And the content industry’s victory in Grokster means that inducement is officially recognized as part of contributory infringement. I’m hopeful that the test for inducement is straightforward enough that technology innovators have some certainty.
: The Wall St. Journal has a panel of legal brains discussing the import; free linkn here. Q&A with background here.
: Scotusblog has great ongoing discussion of both cases.
: Ernie Miller is way on top of the news here. Copyfight will, of course, be on top of the case.