Tag: copyright infringement

Copyright Infringement and Fair Use Case Against Google Books
Copyright law protects the arrangement of words, but it does not protect ideas and it does not prevent “fair use” of copyrighted material. If you write a book about man’s [...]
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With Emergence of 3D Printing, Some Companies Can Think Ahead
Some months ago we published a blog post highlighting the potential copyright issues related to the emergence of newer, cheaper, and more accessible 3D printers. While there have yet to be any [...]
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Emergence of 3D Printing Calls Attention to Possibilities of Copyright Infringement
While 3D printing has been around for quite a while, the emergence of cheaper more accessible 3D printers has brought a significant amount of attention to the process. Many people [...]
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Pop Stars Face Copyright Lawsuits over Summer Hits
It is quite common for the federal courts to see copyright infringement in the music industry. While those who file suit are often unknown artists, there are also cases in [...]
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Rihanna Wins Lawsuit against Topshop
Pop singer Rihanna has just won her lawsuit against British clothing store Topshop for selling a tank top bearing her image. The shirt, which was first called the Rihanna Top and then [...]
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Eminem Sues Facebook
The company that publishes hip-hop musician Eminem’s music is suing Facebook over an advertisement launching Facebook’s new mobile software, Facebook Home. The advertisement was produced by the Wieden & Kennedy [...]
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Can I Be Sued for Using Images Without Permission?
Most entrepreneurs don’t even consider the potential consequences of using images from the internet in their advertising or websites.  It is best to educate yourself on the laws of copyright [...]
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