Detours and Frolics: Week of 8/3

News this week is of the more trifling variety, which I’ll call fitting for the beginning of the end of the summer:

  • Chicago is considering rules that would regulate drone use, including registration and insurance requirements (ABA Journal)
  • It turns out that “Happy Birthday to You” may be in the public domain, a fact discovered all thanks to a dedicated law librarian (Above the Law)
  • Here’s a nice breakdown of the legal questions involved in Deflategate (Stradley Law)
  • A judge has dismissed the request of a conspiracy theorist to release photos of Kurt Cobain’s death scene (Seattle Times)
  • And finally, the TSA has a new enemy: Morrissey (Lowering the Bar)
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