Illegally uploaded full-length movies pop up again on YouTube
It was a problem that had been solved for all intents and purposes years ago when YouTube put the power into...
Feb 8, 2013
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Monkey see, monkey sue? Or, can a monkey hold a copyright?
Remember the amazing self-portrait of the monkey that was making the rounds the other week? The Cliff’s Notes background: A photographer,...
Jul 13, 2011
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Serves them right: Righthaven (aka MegaCopyrightTroll) loses own domain
When the tables turn, comedy often ensues. Such is the ironic case of Righthaven.com, the “copyright troll” that attempts to seize...
Apr 24, 2011
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Doh! Anti-PSP Law Firm’s Website Is A Rip Off
Nobody likes the companies the RIAA and MPAA are using to chase Peer-To-Peer file sharers, but I was particularly tickled to...
Aug 1, 2010
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“The DMCA Says WHAT? It’s Time to Fix That Nonsense.”
Woah. This is big. You know how the DMCA says it’s illegal to, say, crack the DRM on a DVD –...
Jul 26, 2010
1 min read
Spanish Government Officials Stealing Content On A Regular Basis
The Spanish government is quite unique as far as copyright laws are considered: it is completely legal to upload and download...
Apr 5, 2010
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