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Archived Since:September 23, 2008

Blog Post Archive

3 Count: Lost in Translation

Abbott and Costello heirs petition Supreme Court in case over Who's on First, fansubs ruled illegal in the Netherlands and John Deere takes DMCA spotlight. The post 3 Count: Lost in Translation appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

3 Count: Imperfect 10

Tech organizations file petition in support of Giganews in case against Perfect 10, McDonalds threatened over use of street art and two arrested for camming. The post 3 Count: Imperfect 10 appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

How LiveJournal Could Change DMCA Safe Harbor

LiveJournal is the center of a DMCA safe harbor case that could radically change how communities and sites monitor and remove infringing content. The post How LiveJournal Could Change DMCA Safe Harbor appeared first on Plagiarism To...

3 Count: Out of Formation

Beyonce seeks dismissal of lawsuit over Formation music video, Warner Bros. own marketing hinders it in lawsuit over The Conjuring films and more! The post 3 Count: Out of Formation appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

3 Count: Prince-ly Battle

Charging Bull sculptor targets NYC over Fearless Girl, Andy Warhol foundation sues photographer over allegations of copyright infringement and more! The post 3 Count: Prince-ly Battle appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

3 Count: LiveJournal, Live Issue

Have any suggestions for the 3 Count? Let me know via Twitter @plagiarismtoday. 1: For online Publishers, Editing Can Lead to Copyright Liability: 9th Circuit First off today, Alison Frankel at Reuters reports that the 9th Circuit has...Show More Summary

3 Count: I Disappear

Leaked report calls into question plans for the US Copyright Office, Metallica accused for plagiarism (or not) and one folk band's 7-month clearance journey. The post 3 Count: I Disappear appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Breaking Down the Neil Gorsuch Plagiarism Scandal

President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch faces allegations that he commited plagiarism in his book. Do those allegations hold up? The post Breaking Down the Neil Gorsuch Plagiarism Scandal appeared first on Plagiarism To...

3 Count: Not Flattring

Urban Outfitters loses appeal against fabric designer, court orders Pornhub to turn over suspected pirates and Flattr is purchased by Adblock Plus makers. The post 3 Count: Not Flattring appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

How the Privacy Debate Could Reshape the Internet

Due to recent legislation, interest in internet privacy and VPNs are at an all-time high. What could this mean for the internet? The post How the Privacy Debate Could Reshape the Internet appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

3 Count: Window of Opportunity

Spotify signs deal with Universal Music Group that allows content windowing, Kim Dotcom announces another venture and copyright fight over makeup logos. The post 3 Count: Window of Opportunity appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

3 Count: Changing the Guard

Blizzard wins default judgment against cheat maker Bossland, Amazon clamps down on pirate streaming boxes and Cary Sherman to retire from the RIAA. The post 3 Count: Changing the Guard appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

3 Count: Insane Copyright Posse

Forever 21 sued by Puma, who cites the Star Athletica ruling, ABS-CBN goes on anti-piracy rampage in Canada and ICP sued over stolen poem. The post 3 Count: Insane Copyright Posse appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

3 Count: Soft Kitty

Bill to make Register of Copyrights a Presidential appointee advances, Paul McCartney hits back at delay in termination case and Soft Kitty case dismissed. The post 3 Count: Soft Kitty appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

3 Count: Georgia Annotations

Georgia wins key victory over annotations to its legal code, lawsuit over Iron Man's armor suffers setback and CloudFlare loses in court with DMCA defense. The post 3 Count: Georgia Annotations appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Attribution and Citation on Facebook

Facebook is the largest social network on the planet, its citation standards set the bar for attribution on the web. Here's a look at What Facebook offers. The post Attribution and Citation on Facebook appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

3 Count: Blackbeard’s Revenge

Supreme Court declines to hear Vimeo case, Elseiver wins summary judgment in battle over 3D animations and Blackbeard gets his revenge on North Carolina. The post 3 Count: Blackbeard’s Revenge appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

3 Count: Face the Changes

Bill aims to move the US Copyright Office out from under the Library of Congress, Kanye West Settles lawsuit over New Slaves and more! The post 3 Count: Face the Changes appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

3 Count: Supreme Cheerleading

US Supreme Court rules you can protect cheerleading uniform elements, it also applies its laches argument to patent cases and other news! The post 3 Count: Supreme Cheerleading appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Automatic Paraphrasing: A Problem for Academia?

A recent paper highlighted the rising threat of automated paraphrasing services. But how serious is that threat both to students and plagiarism enforcement? The post Automatic Paraphrasing: A Problem for Academia? appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

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