Cartoonist's family decries Radiohead music video, UK Intellectual Property Office talks to Facebook and Google and piracy leads to hunger strike in India.
CBS argues remastered songs qualify for copyright, David Lowery wants details about the NMPA/Spotify settlement and The Shade Room Facebook page goes down.
Facebook made its Instant Articles tool available to all publishers this week, but my attempts to implement have been, well, less than successful.
Lawyers behind Happy Birthday case target We Shall Overcome, Facebook targets freebooting with Rights Manager and MovieSwap DVD streaming service cancelled.
As the internet makes it easier than ever to start up a new business, the issue of marketing plagiarism has grown more serious for consumers and creators.
Oracle seeks $9.3 billion in damages from Google, Axanar's producers claim you can't copyright Vulcans and free limited Internet leads to piracy in Angola.
Oracle sues Hewlett Packard Enterprise over third-party support, Star Wars: The Force Awakens Blu-Ray leaked and Facebook steps into copyright controversy.
In May 2015 Facebook announced a new feature for publishers entitled Facebook Instant Articles.
The idea was fairly straightforward, rather than merely posting a link...
Microsoft asks court to order Comcast to hand over pirate, NMPA and Spotify may be near a settlement and Facebook to bring Instant articles to WordPress
YouTube has been awash in controversy as The Fine Brothers overreach on their trademark and YouTube suspends seemingly innocent accounts. What is going on?