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The court filing for The New York Times Company v. Microsoft Corporation on December 27, 2023 is part of HackerNoon’s Legal PDF Series. Navigate any part of this filing here. Below is the table of links to all parts.

Case Number: 1:23-cv-11195

Plaintiffs: The New York Times Company

Defendant: Microsoft Corporation, OpenAI

Filing Date: December 27, 2023

Location: United States District Court Southern District of New York

TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. NATURE OF THE ACTION

II. JURISDICTION AND VENUE

III. THE PARTIES


IV. FACTUAL ALLEGATIONS

A. The New York Times and its Mission

1. Nearly Two Centuries of High-Quality, Original, Independent News

2. Pioneering, In-Depth Journalism and Breaking News at Significant Cost

3. A Dedication to Quality Journalism

4. GenAI Products Pose a Threat to High-Quality Journalism


B. Defendants’ GenAI Products

1. A Business Model Rooted in Mass Copyright Infringement

2. The Functioning of GenAI Models


C. Defendants’ Unauthorized Use and Reproduction of Times Content

1. Unauthorized Duplication of Times Works During GPT Model Training

2. Incorporation of Unauthorized Reproductions and Derivatives of Times Works in GPT Models

3. Unauthorized Public Exhibition of Times Works in GPT Product Outputs

4. Unauthorized Acquisition and Distribution of Current News

5. Deliberate Infringement