It's a new week and it's time for another 7-in-7! This is the (hopefully weekly) show where I break down a week's worth of...
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.
New York Times sues publisher of critical book, Serbian photographers celebrate legislative victory and MP3Tunes founder accused of hiding assets.
Online stores produce a great deal of content to sell their wares. More and more though, that content is being copied and used by competitors and spammers alike. Here's how to stop it.
When dating online, most people know the basic safety tips, but few check for plagiarism though it can help catch bots and online scammers.
Playboy sues website over reposting nude images, New Girl lawsuit takes an additional twist and Nintendo clamps down on certain YouTube videos.
Zillow sued over alleged photograph misuse, The Turtles seek to block the RIAA's settlement with Sirius XM and Goebbels estate wins diary royalties.
A Facebook rep recently told a user that they owned all photos uploaded to it. While the statement is false, the fact it was said is a problem.
Microsoft and Getty settle their dispute, Popcorn Time heading to iOS and Rand Paul's presidential announcement removed over copyright claim.
Morel denied attorneys fees in battle with AFP, Cox declines to hand over financial data in DMCA battle and EU debates geoblocking.