Homesteading Today recently found itself at the heart of a copyright and plagiarism controversy, one that's a warning for all user-generated sites.
House Judiciary Committee to review U.S. copyright law, Craigslist wins early round against PadMapper and Pirate Party wins big in Iceland.
Craigslist lawsuit against Padmapper and 3Taps survives, Sabam wants levies from Belgian ISPs and Universal tries to withhold royalty info for privacy reasons.
Instagram's new TOS has been the subject of a lot of controversy, but is it as bad as it seems and is it really the problem?
The Globe and Mail responds to Wente's scandal, 3Taps countersues Craigslist and Cablevision backs TV networks against Aereo.
Craigslist, as part of its war on scapers, is now demanding exclusive rights to the content posted on its service, putting your copyright in danger.
Craigslist is demanding exclusive rights to submitted content, porn piracy chasers get reprimanded and WWE music writer sues for royalties.
Paying for plagiarism may seem silly, but it's an old practice that's finding new life online. Why is the business of plagiarism booming?
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