Imagine there’s no copyright/It’s easy if you’re the Supreme Court

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5 Responses

  1. anon says:

    Given the attached video file in Scott v. Harris, the Court is not as far behind as you appear to think.

  2. Bruce Boyden says:

    Maybe they have a Tucker Act claim!

  3. A.W. says:


    Well, the rule is, if the Supremes do it, it has got to be legal. :-)

  4. TJ says:

    Bruce, instead of the Tucker Act, try 28 USC 1498.

  5. Prof. Filburn says:

    This is hilarious.
    If the Supreme Court adapted faster, they’d actually be ‘capable’ of using newschool interwebz technology to actualize their severe obliviousness to the fact that they’d be nudging the Beatles further into the public domain.