THE CASE ACT: IMPLICATIONS FOR INTERNET STUDIES RESEARCH
Keywords:copyright, internet studies, CASE act, fair use, advocacy
Copyright policy is inextricably entangled with the work of academic researchers on Internet culture. This paper examines a new U.S. law, the CASE Act, which creates a new venue for resolving copyright disputes for up to $30,000. We discuss the implications of such a venue for U.S.-based internet studies research.