Copyright Ruling In US May Impair Free Speech14/04/2014 by Steven Seidenberg for Intellectual Property Watch 1 CommentThe 9th Circuit’s recent decision in Garcia v. Google has sparked outrage among many internet businesses, media organisations, civil rights groups, and copyright experts. They assert the ruling significantly alters US law in a manner that will greatly restrict free speech. But a minority of experts say there is nothing to fear.Available only for IP-Watch Subscribers. Please login or subscribe to read the full story.Related Articles:“Innocence of Muslims” Creates Copyright Controversy In US US Supreme Court Declines Review Of Controversial Copyright Ruling European Ruling Could Reshape Collective Copyright Levy System Steven Seidenberg is a freelance reporter and attorney who has been covering intellectual property developments in the US for more than 15 years. He is based in the greater New York City area and may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.