A case before the Copyright Claims Board tests the boundaries of public domain and artistic creativity when it comes to tarot cards.
Clue/Cluedo is a timeless game that is nearly 75 years old. However, the IP history behind it is a sad but familiar tale of a creator missing out.
A recent study from Indiana University highlights why using AI in academic publishing is a very, very bad idea.
A $1 billion judgment against Cox was recently vacated. However, it's not a full victory for the ISP nor a full defeat for the music industry.
A pair of news stories have drawn new focus on terms of service overreach by companies and the new dangers AI brings to problem.
More news organizations sue OpenAI, Donna Summer estate sues Ye and advertisers create new system to block pirate sites.
OpenAI accuses New York Times of hacking, Amazon dues over Road House remake and Nintendo sues makers of Yuzu emulator.
Composers and publishers owed nearly $400 million, Japanese publishers to sue Cloudflare and Sony settles copyright termination case.
Music companies hit back at Internet Archive, piracy group members arrested in Canada and Michigan bar settles with ASCAP.
Supreme Court hears statute of limitations case, Nickelback wins appeal over Rockstar and Build-A-Bear sued over new toy.
Cox gets $1 billion judgment overturned, Cam'ron to pay $50k to photographer and Reddit strikes deal with AI company.