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Sep 17, 2017
Baadshaho controversy throws spotlight on trend of increasing court battles over copyrightsThe cases involving 'Baadshaho' and 'Ranjana Ami Ashbo’, highlight that filing of copyright infringement suits involving movie titles and songs has become a common trend.
Aug 21, 2017
Google creates an algorithm to erase watermarks from photos, could increase copyright violationsVisible watermarks, the most common mechanism for protecting the copyright of photographs, are logos or patterns that are overlaid on digital images.
Jul 13, 2017
Kumar Vishwas-Amitabh Bachchan row shows artists themselves have little respect for copyrightKumar Vishwas should have sought permission from Harivansh Rai Bachchan's estate before using his poem
Jul 25, 2016
KickassTorrents is down, but Free Culture has these heroesThere are those who believe that our cultural products, including books, movies, songs and games should be available for free so that as many people as possible can benefit from it.
Feb 23, 2016
India's patent office says no to software patents, but copyrights still validThe Government and Patent office issue guidelines that effectively say no to software patents. Patents will still be granted, but under very stringent guidelines.
Nov 10, 2014
YouTube amends copyright form after German web channel receives death threatsArray
Aug 02, 2014
Yahoo takes copyright law to top German courtArray
Jun 11, 2014
US Congress updating music copyright laws as world goes digitalArray
Mar 11, 2014
Copyrighting cricket scores just seems so wrongCertain things are beyond copyright monopoly - the sheer pleasure of following a cricket match or singing one’s favourite song in front of a crowd.
Nov 15, 2013
Google wins battle over copyright laws regarding its digital libraryA federal judge handed Google Inc. a victory in a long-running legal battle on Thursday, tossing out a lawsuit claiming the Internet giant was violating copyright laws by scanning books without the writers' permission to create the world's largest digital library