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The CCCC-IP Annual: Top Intellectual Property Developments of 2015

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Introduction to the 2015 Annual Clancy Ratliff, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Who's Failing Who? Six Questions To Consider Before Adopting the FI Grade  Kristi Murray Costello, Arkansas State University

Stamp of Authenticity: Using the Maya Angelou Forever Stamp To Explore Quotation and Authorship  Steven Engel, Marygrove College

Catfishing, Authorship, and Plagiarism in First-Year Writing  Kathrin Kottemann, South Louisiana Community Colllege

Cultural Commentary and Fair Use: Bob Englehart, the Southern Poverty Law Center, and Two Flags  Matthew Teutsch, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

A Prince, Some Girls, and the Terms: A Canary in the Cave?   Craig A. Meyer, Texas A&M University-Kingsville

Defeat Devices as Intellectual Property: A Retrospective Assessment from the DMCA Rulemaking  William Duffy, University of Memphis

How Does the Rise of the 'Kilo-Author' Affect the Field of Composition and Rhetoric?  Wendy Warren Austin, Southern New Hampshire University

All She Had To Do Was Stay: How Apple Music Got Taylor Swift and Avoided Bad Blood  Laurie Cubbison, Radford University

A Copyright Ruling Puts the "Happy" Back in Happy Birthday (and Brings an End to the Mortification of Restaurant Servers and Patrons)  Kim Dian Gainer, Radford University

Understanding Open Access: When, Why & How To Make Your Work Openly Accessible  Traci Zimmerman, James Madison University

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