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  • Amici Warn of Internet Archive’s Dangerous “Lending” Practice August 18, 2022
    It’s not often that amicus briefs are filed at the summary judgment stage of a trial in district court, but the stakes are high in a case that could have […] The post Amici Warn of Internet Archive’s Dangerous “Lending” Practice appeared first on Copyright Alliance.
  • Kat Von D Tattoo Infringement Case Moves Toward Trial August 16, 2022
    There’s no question that tattoo designs themselves are protected by copyright law, but there’s significant confusion in the tattoo industry and among the public surrounding the appropriation of photographs and […] The post Kat Von D Tattoo Infringement Case Moves Toward Trial appeared first on Copyright Alliance.
  • To Opt Out or Not to Opt Out, That is the Question … for Respondents August 11, 2022
    There Are Numerous Factors That Every Respondent Should Consider When Deciding Whether to Participate in a CCB Proceeding. A few weeks ago, we published a blog post discussing the 15 […] The post To Opt Out or Not to Opt Out, That is the Question … for Respondents appeared first on Copyright Alliance.

RSS Creative Future

  • 9 Paintings that Stand the Test of Time August 10, 2022
    Welcome back to our series of arts roundups! Lately, they have each focused on an American city, but we’re taking a break to share staff picks again. Since we haven’t had any takers on the offer to cover knock-knock jokes or decorative pillow-making, this week’s category is a classic artform – painting. Painting hasn’t exactly... […]
  • How Slamdance Winner Hannah Saidiner Animates Her Memories August 3, 2022
    Although another Slamdance Film Festival has come and gone, we are always awestruck by all the astonishing talent on display. This year’s short film candidates for the CreativeFuture Innovation Award featured mesmerizing imagery, heartfelt stories, and innovative styles. But what ultimately won our hearts this year was Hannah Saidiner’s My Parent, Neal – an emotional... […]
  • Meta Ploy Can’t Stop the Facebook Whistleblower: Updating the Facebook Timeline of Scandal and Strife July 6, 2022
    Facebook’s track record has become so bad that Zuck thought he’d better pivot – not to improved behavior, just to a new name.  Rebranded as Meta in October last year, the company has doubled down on what makes it so special. It continues to prioritize hypergrowth over safety, create more addictive experiences, and exploit users for... […]

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  • To Vape, or Not To Vape? June 30, 2022
    The Latest episode of my Entertainment Law podcast, Entertainment Law Update, is now available for your enjoyment. Listen here, or subscribe and download in your favorite podcast listening app.  Show notes are located at www.entertainmentlawupdate.com/146 COPYRIGHT CLAIMS BOARD STARTED TAKING CLAIMS! GREASE PARODY SHOW DEEMED FAIR USE  TONI BASIL DETERMINED TO BE SOLE OWNER OF MICKEY  SOCIAL MEDIA […]
  • The Merry Month of May May 19, 2022
    The Latest episode of my Entertainment Law podcast, Entertainment Law Update, is now available for your enjoyment. Listen here, or subscribe and download in your favorite podcast listening app.  Show notes are located at www.entertainmentlawupdate.com/145 WARHOL PAINTING SOLD FOR 195 MILLION (AND WE’RE STILL WAITING ON THE SUPREME COURT) STONE BREWING RECEIVES $56,000,000 IN TRADEMARK SUIT WITH MOLSON […]
  • Machines, Dark Horses, and Stolen Lyrics  March 23, 2022
    The Latest episode of my Entertainment Law podcast, Entertainment Law Update, is now available for your enjoyment. Listen here, or subscribe and download in your favorite podcast listening app.  Show notes are located at www.entertainmentlawupdate.com/143 AI CANNOT BE AN AUTHOR WITH COPYRIGHT PRIVILEGES SCOTUS DETERMINES ACTUAL KNOWLEDGE IS NEEDED TO INVALIDATE COPYRIGHT APPLICATION RESTRICTION AGAINST TRUMP TOO […]

RSS Content Café – Australia

  • Viewers flock to Foxtel’s streaming services August 15, 2022
    News Corp’s latest fiscal results have revealed 31% growth in total subscribers across Foxtel Group’s streaming services. Streaming subscribers now represent 62% of Foxtel Group’s total subscriber base. Read the […]
  • Telstra stake in Fetch TV will boost consumer proposition August 15, 2022
    Telstra is now a majority shareholder in Fetch TV, and will offer its customers Fetch-based products with a new TV entertainment proposition in 2023. Fetch TV CEO Scott Lorson said […]
  • Disney has more subscribers than any other streamer August 15, 2022
    The Walt Disney Company has reported 221 million streaming subscriptions across its brands, making it the world’s most subscribed streamer and nudging slightly ahead of Netflix’s 220.7 million. Disney+ subscriber […]

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  • Manga Piracy: New Shueisha U.S. Court Action Indicates Complex Investigation August 18, 2022
    Japanese manga publisher Shueisha has launched new legal action in the United States as a prelude to filing lawsuits against pirate site operators located elsewhere. While it is likely to prevail in the U.S., a closer look at Shueisha's targets reveals a mass of moving parts and connected entities that may keep its investigators busy […]
  • Reddit Bans ‘/r/PiratedGames’ for Excessive Copyright Claims (Updated) August 18, 2022
    Reddit's/r/PiratedGames, a thriving community of more than 300,000 members, was banned yesterday for excessive copyright infringement. The subreddit didn't tolerate links to infringing content but some posts and comments still slipped through. Reddit notes that the ban is justified under its repeat infringer policy but the sub's moderators say that they were never warned. From: […]
  • IPTV Pirates Must Pay ACE $181k But More Evidence Needed For Damages August 17, 2022
    The operator of pirate IPTV service Nitro TV was recently ordered to pay $100m in damages to DISH and a second lawsuit, brought by members of ACE, is set to cause additional financial pain. This week a judge handed down an order requiring Nitro's operator to pay $181k in costs and legal fees, but also […]