N.Y. Civ. Rights Law § 50-f became effective on May 29, 2021. In this article, Sarah Sue Landau explains how the new law, which supplements existing law and does not have retroactive effect, establishes a post-mortem right of publicity in New York, specifically sets out protection for the use of digital replicas, and carves out several exceptions for First Amendment uses.
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