Digital Copyright

In the digital age, everyone can be a content creator simply by uploading photos or publishing a blog. There are countless opportunities to disseminate, share, and enjoy creative works. And while these technologies present amazing opportunities, they also pose new challenges when it comes to protecting the copyright of an array of content creators. CDT works to ensure that digital copyright policy works for everyone, respecting the rights of creators while still facilitating innovation, free expression, and the free flow of ideas.

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CDT Joins Coalition Urging Removal of SHOP SAFE Act from Consideration from USICA

CDT and EFF filed an amicus brief at Supreme Court, in a case entitled Unicolors, Inc. v. H & M Hennes & Mauritz LP. White document on a dark grey background.

CDT, EFF File Amicus at Supreme Court in Unicolors v. H & M Hennes & Mauritz

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Supreme Court: The CFAA Does Not Make Criminals of Millions of Computer Users

CDT Joins Public Knowledge, Re:Create, RSI, & the Organization for Transformative Works in Pressing Copyright Office on Issues with CASE Act Implementation

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CDT Letter in Response to Senator Tillis’ Digital Copyright Act Discussion Draft

CDT Joins Letter to Congress on Standard Essential Patents SEP Abuses

CDT Joins Letter to Congress on Standard Essential Patents (SEP) Abuses

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