Prince didn’t hate the internet, but he believed artists should be paid.
Georgetown’s Color of Surveillance conference produced productive dialog on racist surveillance policies. A YouTube copyright claim silenced it.
The artist behind the viral image is still struggling to get full access to her Facebook account back.
The DMCA is restricting some filmmakers from doing their work.
As all our things become ‘smart,’ companies are increasingly saying that fixing them is illegal.
Now that Bill Gates has sold photos of the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests to Visual China Group, we should think about the copyright dystopia we’ve created.
A long, perplexing journey through the world of YouTube copyright.
A huge copyright nerd visits the British Museum.
Instructors say that online education market Udemy is hosting ripped-off content.
The insides of your iPhone are not as fragile or as mysterious as they seem.