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WYWH: “Arte Liberata” – An Exhibition to Investigate the Italian Struggle to Protect the Country’s Cultural Heritage during World War II *

By Livia Solaro [caption id="attachment_57509" align="alignnone" width="2000"] Frans Floris' "The Sin of Adam and Eve" (beginning of the XVII century). On the right, a photo...

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The Torens’ Case to Recover Nazi-looted Family Art Collection & the Current Restitution Landscape

By Nikki Vafai David Friedmann (1857-1942) was a wealthy Jewish sugar industrialist and art collector in Breslau, Germany (now Wrocław, Poland), whose extensive art collection...

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Safeguarding Traditional Knowledge and Traditional Cultural Expression Through Intellectual Property Systems

By Murphy Yanbing Chen Introduction Traditional Knowledge ("TK") and Traditional Cultural Expression ("TCE") bear a record of the collective memories of indigenous people. They are...

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Drawn from New England: Artistic and Legal Legacy of Tasha Tudor

By Hanna Tudor[1] "I have this dream my daughter-in-law kills me for the money, She thinks I left them in the will, The family gathers...

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Lensa & the Law: A Story of “Magic” or Theft?

By Atreya Mathur “By far, the greatest danger of Artificial Intelligence is that people conclude too early that they understand it.” —Eliezer Yudkowsky[1] Again and...

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The New York Publicity Bill, Oh Boy: A Balanced Scale for the Entertainment Industry?

by Soleil Hawley Have you ever wondered about the legality of performances by hologram Elvis and hologram Michael Jackson? Or that AI-generated Anthony Bourdain voice-over?...

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Case Review: The Prosecutor v. Ahmad Al Faqi Al Mahdi

By Daniela Baiardi Facts of the case are based on ICC court records.[1] For documents, news and recordings, visit HERE. [caption id="attachment_56667" align="aligncenter" width="688"] The...

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Spotlight: Swiss Federal Council Approves Creation of an Independent Commission on Nazi Looted Art

By Nikki Vafai In September of 2022, the Swiss Federal Council, the executive body of the federal government of the Swiss Confederation, voted to create...

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Art-istic or Art-ificial? Ownership and copyright concerns in AI-generated artwork

By Atreya Mathur Credit: DALL·E 2; text prompts (left to right): painting of a robot holding justice scales; painting of a robot-artist painting flowers; painting...

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Degrees of Transformation: Andy Warhol’s 102 minutes of fame before the Supreme Court

By James Parker The Supreme Court waited 27 years after deciding the 1994 landmark case of Cambell v. Acuff Rose to revisit the issue of...

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