As reported by Martha Neil of the Intellectual Property Law blog section of the ABA Journal, the copyright litigation firm known as Righthaven is at it again. Apparently, Righthaven is obtaining license agreements from copyright owners that essentially assign ownership rights to the copyrighted works to Righthaven in order to pursue copyright infringement lawsuits against alleged infringers.
- "Copyright Troll Righthaven Loses First Suit; Copying Was Fair Use, Judge Ruled" - ABAJournal.com
- "Citing a Clerical Mistake, Righthaven Drops Copyright Claim Against Journalist Covering Its Suit" - ABAJournal.com
- "After Righthaven defies judge, observers question company’s motives" - Las Vegas Sun
- "Is Righthaven about to get some payback?" Las Vegas Sun (opinion)