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YouTube Videos Can Now Earn Money During Content Disputes
Previously, you wouldn't get anything from a video's advertising if someone else claimed that it violated their copyright.
A Chinese Sportswear Brand Called Uncle Martian Just Launched, and It Appears to Be Openly Ripping Off Under Armour
See if you can see any differences between the two companies' logos.
Remembering Prince: What The Purple One Can Teach You About Creativity
"Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today, to get through this thing called life."
Oracle, Google Fail to Settle Android Lawsuit Before Retrial
After a deadlocked jury in 2012, the companies failed to reach an agreement at a settlement conference last week.
Warner to Pay $14 Million Settlement in 'Happy Birthday' Lawsuit
Now public domain, the company will no longer collect copyright fees for the song.
Get a Software Patent to Protect Yourself, But Be Prepared for a Frustrating Process
Creating innovative software and getting a patent for it do not line up very well in this day and age. Here are eight reasons why the two are such different worlds.
7 Legal Steps You Must Take Before Outsourcing Content Creation
Contracts, insurance policies, copyright issues. Yes, you need to think about all this and more to protect yourself whenever you outsource labor.
YouTube Will Spend Up to $1 Million to Defend Certain Creators Facing Copyright Disputes
The video platform is foraying into the copyright fray in a bid to protect 'fair use.'