The Harvard Law Review Online Forum: Responding to Rebecca Tushnet, Worth a Thousand Words: The Images of Copyright, 125 Harv. L. Rev. 683 (2012)

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More Than a Thousand Words in Response to Rebecca Tushnet

Christina Spiesel :: In this response to Professor Rebecca Tushnet, Professor Christina Spiesel argues that the contrast Tushnet uses to differentiate pictures and words poses problems in view of the challenges posed by the Internet. Online, all expression is representation made of the same material and everything is first a picture or a sound behind a picture, so the different status of words and pictures requires further sorting. Professor Spiesel complicates the conversation Professor Tushnet began by showing that copyright law is now at the center of very large debates about the Internet and our public lives.  READ MORE



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