The end of the software patent troll could be nigh.
Articles tagged "copyright"
The search giant received 6.5 million requests to remove links to copyright-violating material during week of November 18, 2013.
But it won't stop people getting their movies and TV shows for free.
Celebrated book historian and Robert Darnton explains what the Google Books victory means for the future of digital publishing.
Sometimes having a huge legal team is a real boon.
A new anti-piracy curriculum proposed for 6th graders is pretty heavy on the propaganda.
A new way to play whack-a-mole with media pirates.
Senators Max Baucus and Orrin Hatch are fixin' to fast-track the Trans-Pacific Partnership through Congress.
The platform can offer the latest blockbuster or HBO hit on the cheap or even free without having to compensate US rights holders.
Digital copyright protection is so ineffective, the government has managed to break its own law.
It’s like time warp back to the 80s.
I’m guessing Eggers won’t be financially or critically hurt by Losse’s claims, but he won’t forget it. It will get inside him.
Turns out Morrissey is not a “fun vampire” after all.
It appears that a lot of pirates are downloading movies as a matter of convenience
Don't ever send a subreddit a cease and decease letter, especially to defend a trademark.
Companies giveth, and they taketh away.
The good citizens of Finland may have just paved the way to that seemingly unattainable dream: a copyright law that makes sense.
The crackdown just shows how powerful the copyright industry is in Sweden.
Now, he's scored a big win in one of his many legal battles.
Privacy and, now, protection of your physical property is only guaranteed if you're the government or corporation.
How a piano teacher in Texas bullied a young Dutch instructor into removing his ultra-popular tutorial videos.
"Even though I'm a candidate for the Pirate Party, I'm not actually a member."