Tagged With Copyright

Grumpy Cat has won $710,000 in a copyright lawsuit over coffee with her face on it

Changes to copyright in Australia will make it tougher for tech start-ups

New Zealand's National Party has been fined $535,000 for using an Eminem-like song in its 2014 election campaign

EXCLUSIVE: The links between academics and commercial interests lobbying to change Australia's copyright laws

Microsoft's app store is overflowing with piracy apps offering access to free movies

REVEALED: How Google funding of academic research reaches into Australia's policy debate

Fair use, or free use? Behind the alliances that stand to gain from Australian copyright reform

Time for the truth to interfere with the copyright battle in Australia

Wikipedia says Australians 'break the law everyday' on copyright and has launched a reform campaign

Ed Sheeran just settled a £15 million copyright lawsuit

Facebook may have found a way to crack down on sales of dodgy sunglasses and fake clothes

Mickey Mouse is the secret force behind modern copyright law

Facebook is cracking down on groups sharing pirated music

Samsung has 'Grand Theft Auto' exploding phone video removed from YouTube

Reddit is refusing to hand over details of a user who may have leaked a track from the 'Suicide Squad' soundtrack

Nintendo just shut down a fan-made Pokémon game downloaded by millions of people

The Olympic Committee could actually sue people who make GIFs -- here's what you need to know

One of the world's biggest torrent sites has abruptly shut down

George Harrison's estate bashed Donald Trump for using a beloved Beatles song at the RNC

The US Navy is being sued for $600 million for allegedly pirating software