Tagged With Copyright

Two YouTubers with 2 million subscribers face a $6,000 bill over a copyright complaint and risk losing their channel if they don't pay up


Get excited, there are now a bunch of Baby Yoda GIFs you can text to your friends


Twitter took down Trump's Nickelback meme attacking Joe Biden because of a copyright complaint



Facebook now blocks people from sharing links to notorious piracy site The Pirate Bay


You can sell '1984' on Amazon with the text replaced with anything you want because of an obscure copyright rule, and it's like a real-life Ministry of Truth


The copyright lawsuit accusing Gigi Hadid of posting a paparazzi photo she didn't have the rights to has been thrown out



Gigi Hadid says she has rights to paparazzi photos with an argument that threatens to change the way Instagram reposting works


7 companies that sparked controversy for copying another company's logo


How Supreme went from a small skateboarding store in New York to an $1 billion streetwear company with a cult-like following among teens


'Chutzpah,' manipulation, and 'fact-free polemics': Mathias Döpfner unloads on Silicon Valley after Europe votes to change the face of the internet


Trump reposts video from winner of Infowars meme contest after first version removed for copyright violation


34 artists whose hits were accused of ripping off other songs



YouTube is pushing back against a new EU copyright law, which it says will massively restrict how many videos Europeans can watch


YouTube's CEO is asking for help fighting a new copyright bill as Google's troubles in Europe mount


The EU has backed tough new laws to enforce copyright online


Artist at the heart of the bizarre Tesla farting unicorn row thinks Elon Musk is 'arrogant' — but he's still a fanboy



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