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Submission + - Supreme Court to hear First Sale Doctrine case (cnn.com)

Registered Coward v2 writes: SCOTUS is set to hear a case to determine how copyright law and the doctrine of first sale applies to copyrighted works bought overseas, imported to the US and then sold. The case involves a foreign student who imported textbooks from Asia and the resold them in the US to help fund his education. He was sued by the publisher, lost and was ordered to pay $600k in damages. Now SCOTUS gets to weigh in on the issue.
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Supreme Court to hear First Sale Doctrine case

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