Judge: Republican infringed Don Henley songs in campaign ads
"This case raises the somewhat novel issue of whether...criticism of the author of an original work falls on either the parody or satire side of the line. In other words, is work which appropriates from the original to criticize the original's author — but does not directly criticize the content of original — validly classified as 'parody'?"
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