Most people don't give a second thought to typefaces and fonts, but those who create them are in a unique copyright and plagiarism situation.
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Fashion designer discovers duplicate shirt at Target, Harvard sues several exam preparation sites and film producers call Copyright Alert System a failure.
With plagiarism, it's often too easy to limit the dialog to just text, but as this piece shows, plagiarism is a problem across many types of work.
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When a designer asks three Fiverr sellers to create logos for him, he gets a mess of shoddy work and plagiarism. But what about more expensive logos?
The U.S. Copyright Office has launched a redesign of its site, here's what's new and what you should expect.
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Paris Court orders search engines to remove 16 pirate sites, Spike Lee in a tussle over posters for Oldboy and FilesTube hits 10 million Google DMCA notices.
Sarah Palin and her PAC sued over 9/11 photograph, Sherlock Holmes copyright status up for debate again and more!