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Doctor Who may be one of the most iconic science fiction series of all time, but it's also one of the biggest copyright and licensing messes in history. The post The Strange Copyright of Doctor Who appeared first on Plagiarism Today...
Redbox hits back at Disney in lawsuit over resold digital codes, US Trade Representative puts Alibaba's Taobao on its Notorious Markets list a second time and YouTuber secures favorable settlement in revenge porn case. The post 3 Count: Combo Breaker appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Kim Dotcom loses one battle over asset forfeiture but wins another, only to see his stuff was destroyed, Ireland court orders local ISPs to block more sites and FilmOn seeks to revive defamation lawsuit over copyright infringement report. The post 3 Count: Climate Controlled appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Sky Television settles sports clips lawsuit with two competitors, BBC hopes that geofencing will help get Bill Cosby documentary lawsuit tossed and The Dubai Frame opens, but the controversy remains. The post 3 Count: I Was Framed appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Technology is going to be an important force in the classroom. However, not all uses are going to be teacher-sanctioned and setting proper boundaries around tech means first answering some tough questions about education itself. The post The Challenge of Defining Cheating appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Netflix, Amazon and the film studios file lawsuit against Dragon Box, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw and Ed Sheeran face lawsuit over The Rest of Our Life and copyright troll gets an epic beatdown. The post 3 Count: Dragon Box appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Radiohead's publisher denies allegations its suing Lana Del Ray, media company wins ad revenues from pirate websites and Doctor Who Christmas Special sparks a copyright controversy. The post 3 Count: Lawsuit Denied appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Last week CopyScape announced it's changing its pricing structure and getting rid of flat-rate searches. What this means for you depends on how you use the service. The post Copyscape Changes Pricing, Ends Flat Rate Searches appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Have any suggestions for the 3 Count? Let me know via Twitter @plagiarismtoday. 1: US Appeals Court Trims $50m off Oracle’s Take in Rimini Street Law Battle First off today, Shaun Nichols at The Register reports that a split decision...Show More Summary
Lana Del Ray sued by Radiohead, which claims a new song of hers is too similar to Creep, Sony reaches settlement with American Idol stars over royalties and white noise video on YouTube gets 5 copyright claims. The post 3 Count: I’m a Creep appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
With 2017 in the books it's time to take a look back at the year that was and the year ahead when it comes to copyright and plagiarism issues. The post Copyright and Plagiarism in 2018 (And 2017) appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Spotify files paperwork to go public despite fresh copyright lawsuit, Epic Games beings copyright crackdown on Unreal Engine marketplace and Taylor Swift hits back in Shake it Off lawsuit. The post 3 Count: Going Public appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Spotify hit with a $1.6 billion lawsuit over mechanical royalties, Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson sued again over Uptown Funk and Google announces it will pre-emptively remove URLs from its database. The post 3 Count: 1.6 Billion… appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Late last year, the U.S. Copyright Office changed it's DMCA agent registration process and, with it, gave all agents 13 months to re-register or lose protection. That deadline is fast approaching so, if you host content for users, you need to act now. The post Reminder: (Re)Register Your DMCA Agents Before December 31st appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Fractional licensing wins big at Second Circuit in major win for performing rights organizations, Rick Ross' lawsuit against LMFAO survives another day and Pokemon secure pyrrhic victory in Australia. The post 3 Count: Fractional Victory appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Harlem Shake creator gets Ajit Pai's anti-net neutrality video removed, Pepe the Frog icons removed from Steam and SiriusXM faces royalty increases. The post 3 Count: Harlem Shook appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
When the estate of Dr. Seuss took action against Who's Holiday, they probably didn't anticipate it'd be retold quite like this... The post How the Seuss Estate Stole Christmas appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Disney announced plan to purchase Fox, Crytek sues game developer over use of their engine and PUBG developer bemoans lack of IP protection. The post 3 Count: Disney Magic appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Prince's estate files lawsuit against YouTuber, two Indian sites sued for unlawful film sharing and Hong Kong companies seek site blocking in Australia. The post 3 Count: Purple Lawsuit appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Though plagiarism has always been somewhat misused, over the past year we've seen a rapid weaponization of plagiarism and that has hurt everyone involved. The post The Weaponization of Plagiarism appeared first on Plagiarism Today.