The ability to work, learn, and interact online during the COVID-19 pandemic has been a blessing for those who can do so. But the current structure of copyright law means that many of the ways people are interacting during the pandemic—including shifting in-person activities online—could be copyright infringement. Public Knowledge’s Senior Counsel Meredith Rose and Niskanen’s Daniel Takash discuss what commonplace activities exist in a legal grey area, and how copyright law should adapt to the current situation.

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