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deepfakes
deepfakes

Personalized Fake Porn Videos Are Now for Sale on Reddit

Selling AI-generated fake videos is a good way to get sued.
Samantha Cole
2.6.18
copyright
copyright

2018 Is the Last Year of America's Public Domain Drought

Happy Public Domain Day to everyone except America.
Ben Richmond
1.1.18
game changers
game changers

Hollywood Is Setting Up a Legal ‘Machine’ to Sue Pirates In Canada

Every Canadian internet user should be paying attention.
Jordan Pearson
12.15.17
Porn Star Privacy
Porn Star Privacy

Facial Recognition for Porn Stars Is a Privacy Nightmare Waiting to Happen

The underlying tech being used by Pornhub could one day be used by more nefarious actors to identify amateur and unwitting porn models.
Samantha Cole
10.11.17
piracy
piracy

It's Illegal to Pirate Films in Iran, Unless You're the Government

Administrators of the Iranian movie site TinyMovies have been arrested.
Mahsa Alimardani
10.10.17
Pepe
Pepe

This Is the First Copyright Infringement Lawsuit Filed Against a Pepe Meme Maker

The defendant will suggest to a federal court that her appropriation of Pepe is protected on "religious grounds as a Kekistani."
Matthew Gault
10.5.17
DMCA
DMCA

The Great Meme War II: Amid Lawsuit Threats, the Alt-Right Says Pepe Belongs to Them

The alt-right promises to fight for the right to shitpost.
Matthew Gault
9.19.17
copyright
copyright

Here Are the Letters That Pepe the Frog's Lawyers Sent to the Alt Right

'Pepe is a peaceful frog who represents togetherness and fun—not hate.'
Matthew Gault
9.18.17
Boy's club
Boy's club

Pepe the Frog’s Creator Goes Legally Nuclear Against the Alt-Right

Lawyers served notices to Reddit, Richard Spencer, Baked Alaska, and Mike Cernovich.
Matthew Gault
9.18.17
copyright
copyright

PewDiePie Is Inexcusable but DMCA Takedowns Are Not the Way to Fight Him

Many games review videos are in violation of copyright law, but stay up anyway, for promotional reasons.
Louise Matsakis
9.11.17
Tedium
Tedium

How Apple’s Early Clone Wars Reshaped Copyright Law

The Apple II computer didn’t attract as many clones as the IBM PC, but the clone-makers the machine did attract often had pretty interesting second acts.
Ernie Smith
7.4.17
Out Of This World
Out Of This World

Citizens of Space ‘Nation’ Asgardia Are Already Violating Earthly Laws

The organization plans to launch a data-filled satellite later this year. Already, some of its 'citizens' are uploading copyrighted files to the satellite's website.
Mark Harris
6.26.17