July 29, 2013 -- David Ginsburg, executive director of the Entertainment, Media, and Intellectual Property Law Program, commented on the porn industry producing parodies of blockbuster Hollywood films. His comments appear in an Associated Press article.
Mainstream porn, from a copyright protection, from a First Amendment protection, is essentially the same as any other form of written expression," said entertainment lawyer David Ginsburg, who is executive director of the UCLA School of Law's entertainment, media and intellectual property law program.
"The rules of parody apply as equally to porn as they do to any other form of parody, like 'Saturday Night Live' or Mad Magazine," he said.
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