No CTRL-ALT-DEL in the 9th Circuit for the Server Test

The case of Alexis Hunley v. Instagram, LLC questions the validity of the Server Test, a copyright doctrine established by the 9th Circuit. Hunley alleged that Instagram's embedding tool enabled third parties to commit copyright infringement. The district court relied on the Server Test to dismiss the case. Hunley appealed, but the 9th Circuit rejected her arguments and upheld the Server Test. This decision is expected to have implications for future copyright disputes involving embedding technology.

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