Offer and Acceptance . . . by Inquiry Notice. This is not a traditional understanding of contract law, but then again, internet sites do not always provide traditional contracts. Recently, a district court cited 9th Circuit precedent in deciding that because an online user had “at least inquiry notice of his need to comply
Supreme Court to Decide Whether States Can Copyright Annotated State Law
By Mike Etienne on
Posted in Copyright
The Supreme Court of the United States has granted certiorari in Georgia et al. v. Public.Resource.Org, Inc., case number 18-1150, to address whether state statutory codes, including annotations, are protectable by copyright.
In October 2018, the 11th Circuit held that the annotations, while not having the force of law, were sufficiently law-like to be regarded…