Liberty Links, 3/2/2016

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  • Via Walter Olson at Overlawyered, this post at Affordable Care Act Review addresses a recent case in which a plaintiff advances a theory "that an employer plan sponsor unlawfully retaliates against an employee by reducing her work hours in order to deprive her of ACA 'full-time' coverage offer eligibility." 
  • The Washington Legal Foundation's Legal Pulse blog has a post entitled Market-Based Efforts to Fight Online Copyright Piracy Earn a New Ally in which it details "a voluntary agreement between the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) and Donuts, Inc. (Donuts)...The agreement creates a rigorous process that MPAA must navigate before suspension or termination of a domain." The post goes on to suggest that "[t]he considerable steps MPAA must pursue prior to a website losing its domain name lend the agreement credibility and should allay any concerns that content creators will easily or frequently invoke it or do so in a manner that would chill fair use of content."




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