December 4, 2018

Nicki Minaj Copyright Suit Asks Federal Court To Weigh Inspiration vs. Infringement | Taso Pardalis Featured on PacerMonitor

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Taso Pardalis was featured in the latest PacerMonitor article about a Nicki Minaj copyright lawsuit which calls to question the fine line between inspiration and infringement.

Click the link below to read what Taso & others have to say about Ms. Minaj, copyright law, and the First Amendment.

Nicki Minaj Copyright Suit Asks Federal Court to Weigh Inspiration vs Infringement


Q: Does inspiration count as infringement?

A: The borrowing of predictable ideas and messages are not protected under copyright law. Merging these ideas or expressions with copyrighted expressions, however, are protected under copyright law and The First Amendment.

Q: When does inspiration count as infringement?

A: If it can be proven that the inspired product inhibited the ability of the copyrighted product to make a profit, a court may determine that it counts as infringement.

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