Lynn Goldsmith’s photo of Prince, left, and Andy Warhol’s silk-screen work, right. (Images from court documents)

The Supreme Court will wade into the morass of copyright and fair use for the second time in two years, now that it has granted cert in The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts‘ suit against photographer Lynn Goldsmith.

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