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In a court case that could fundamentally change what constitutes copyright infringement online, a New York district judge has ruled that embedding a tweet that contains a copyright protected photo does, in fact, constitute a copyright violation. If the ruling is upheld, its impact across the internet is hard to understate.The case involves a photographer, Justin Goldman, who sued several major pu
The Vietnam-based outsourcing firm Glass Egg filed the suit in response to the use of a number of assets from the studio's Asphalt series. ...
Photographers in the USA wishing to register groups of images for copyright protection will find the process much simpler and easier starting on February 20th.According to the US Copyright Office, ‘modernized’ practices will let people register either published or unpublished work via a new on-line application system (no more paper applications...) that will allow you to submit up to 750 images a
The controversial Dubai Frame has opened to the public, despite an ongoing copyright dispute with architect Fernando Donis, who won a competition to design the observation tower over a decade ago. Read more
UPDATEThe complaint stems from a number of incidents surrounding the development of Star Citizen, the devs' in-development online space exploration game which used CryEngine for the bulk of its development, ...
The UK Independence Party has replaced its yellow, pound-sign logo with a purple lion's head – and is now facing a copyright battle with England's main football league, whose own logo is remarkably similar. Read more
Photo: David SlaterPETA has announced that it has settled its copyright lawsuit against photographer David Slater over his iconic "monkey selfie," a self-portrait allegedly taken by a macaque named Naruto. The image went viral a few years ago, ultimately catching the attention of PETA, who argued that Naruto—not Slater—was the image's legal copyright holder. This spurred a lawsuit that has dragge
A new copyright protection service called Binded just launched this week. It’s actually a rebrand of the company formerly known as Blockai, and the purpose remains the same: using the Bitcoin blockchain to protect photographers’ copyrights.Originally launched back in July 2016, Blockai touted itself as a copyright platform that would use blockchain technology to simplify copyright cla
You may recall Blockai, a startup dedicated to helping photographers protect their work and ensure that creativity is given proper legal protection. Blockai has rebranded and relaunched as Binded. Binded is the world’s first copyright platform and it is run by a talented team, including co-founder and CEO Nathan Lands, co-founder and CTO Oli Lalonde and engineer Carey Janecka. The trio has is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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