Digital-Age Copyright:  Photographs and the News

You might think that among the most straightforward relationships between a user and a creator of a copyrighted work would be that of a news […]

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Getting away with infringement doesn’t mean it’s cool.

Photo by Max Dubler. Used by permission. Last week, while I was writing my last post about photographer David Slater, a story on PetaPixel was […]

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“Monkey selfie” photographer reportedly broke. And for what?

Photo sources by mrbrainous & artush This is a story about how people with self-righteous and futile agendas end up harming creators for absolutely no reason—and even […]

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Khloe Kardashian’s Instagram Copyright Mistake

Lens photo by mrbrainous For all the attention paid to music and motion picture piracy, the most chronically infringed works via the internet has got to be […]

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On the Serbian Proposal to Abolish Photography Copyright 

Embed from Getty Images Last week, the Serbian Parliament unanimously voted down a proposal to abolish copyright protection in that country for what it called […]

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