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Publishers Beware: New Ruling Says Embedding May Infringe Copyright
For over a decade, embedding, or "in-line linking," has widely been considered non-infringing.
United States
22 Feb 2018
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Grumpy Cat Has The Last Word In 710K Win
A jury awarded the owners of Grump Cat 710K in a copyright, trademark, and breach of contract case against Grenade Beverage.
United States
22 Feb 2018
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Federal Appeals Court Weakens DMCA Safe Harbor Protection For Moderated Online Content
If you're an online publisher or other internet service provider ("ISP") that relies on moderators to police or curate user-generated comments or other content, your risk of liability for copyright...
United States
4 May 2017
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Did The FTC Just Kill Native Advertising?
Two years after conducting a workshop to study native advertising, the FTC on December 22nd released long-awaited guidance that all marketers and publishers need to review.
United States
24 Dec 2015
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Artist Can Sell Digital Reprints Of Iconic Limited Edition Photographs, Judge Says
When a photographer sells a "limited edition" of a photograph, does that mean that she cannot later sell any additional prints of that photograph, even if the reprints differ in size and medium from the original edition?
United States
12 Apr 2013
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Middle-Earth Enforcement
The owner of rights to J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit has threatened legal action against a Hobbit tribute bar in the UK. Middle-earth Enterprises, a division of the Saul Zaentz Company, alleges the 20+ year-old Southampton bar is infringing the beloved Tolkien novel’s valuable intellectual property.
United States
23 Mar 2012
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In Brief: False Authorship: Lawsuit Hits West Publishing In The Pocket
False authorship lawsuit hits West Publishing in the pocket parts. Recently, two law professors successfully sued West Publishing (Thomson Reuters Legal) for defamation after the publisher falsely attributed to them authorship of a pocket part treatise update.
United States
22 Jun 2011
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Second Circuit Says New York Publisher Can Sue Online Infringer In New York
The Second Circuit has revived a New York publishing house’s New York based copyright infringement lawsuit against an online publisher.
United States
26 May 2011
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Steal This Headline! Australian Court Finds No Copyright in Newspaper Headlines
The Internet has changed the way many consumers get their news, and a recent Australian copyright decision appears to be keeping pace with modern times.
United States
28 Sep 2010
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Were Photos Published On German Website Simultaneously Published In U.S. For Purposes Of U.S. Copyright Law?
In a case addressing the intersection of the Copyright Act, the Berne Convention, and the Internet, a federal court in New Jersey has held that photographs published on a German website were not simultaneously published in the U.S. under U.S. copyright law.
United States
24 Mar 2010
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FTC Changes Policy Regarding Book Advertising
A recent change in Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) enforcement policy may signal a shift in the FTC’s approach to advertising for books and other publications.
United States
 
14 Apr 2009
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