I was perusing today’s issue of The Recorder, a legal newspaper in San Francisco, when I saw the following headline on the front page:
9th Cir: Arranging Hits Is Not Protected Speech
“How,” I thought, “could I have missed this? I’ve been reading the slip opinions pretty regularly. A case about the interaction between the sequencing of songs on an album and the First Amendment — that must be some set of facts. And a finding that it’s not protected! I’ve got to read this.”
(The opinion is here, in case you’re interested.)
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