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Only Part of the Picture: A Response to Professor Tushnet's Worth a Thousand Words

Zahr Kassim Said

Professor Rebecca Tushnet’s recent article Worth a Thousand Words: The Image of Copyright elucidates a number of difficulties in copyright that flow from judicial failures to treat images consistently and rigorously. She argues that courts both assess copyrightability and evaluate potential infringement in ways that rely on a naïve understanding of the way artists create, and indeed, the way viewers receive works of art.... Read more about Only Part of the Picture: A Response to Professor Tushnet's Worth a Thousand Words