The Ninth Circuit reversed course on May 18, holding that an actress could not issue a copyright takedown notice on an entire film simply by nature of her appearance in that film. The ruling reversed a previous injunction—decried by many commentators—to keep the film, titled “Innocence of the Muslims,” off of sites. The Ninth Circuit reversed course on May 18, holding that an actress could not issue a copyright takedown notice on an entire film simply by nature of her appearance in that film. The ruling reversed a previous injunction—decried by many commentators—to keep the film, titled “Innocence of the Muslims,” off of sites.