Copyright law’s First Sale Doctrine is the foundation of the music resale business. This doctrine mandates that a lawful purchaser of a copy of a copyrighted work is free to resell that particular copy without infringing the copyright holder’s distribution rights. he digital music resale business, however, was recently presented with a serious obstacle by a Second Circuit decision.Read more »
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