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One Media wins large music licensing award, Megaupload civil proceedings delayed and John Oliver takes aim at Facebook privacy/copyright notices.
Prosecutors accuse Kim Dotcom of paying millions to pirates, VKontakte must do better piracy enforcement and Facebook's copyright meme back again.
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.
Homesteading Today recently found itself at the heart of a copyright and plagiarism controversy, one that's a warning for all user-generated sites.
The re-emergence of the Facebook privacy post hoax makes this an opportunity to talk about contract law and why you can't change the TOS.
The Viper plagiarism checker has a hidden surprise in its TOS, one that could land your submission on an essay mill website.
If you run a web host, social networking site, community or other site that accepts user submissions, here is what I (and others) want from you.
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 recent controversies over the Google Drive and ancestry.com TOSes are just the tip of a very bad problem that isn't going away.
Most people don't read their terms of service before agreeing, those who do often can't. These are just some of the problems that need to be fixed.