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Finland’s Citizen Copyright Initiative In Doubt: A Sad But Necessary Win For Cross-Border Online Copyright Enforcement?

Today, I posted on The IPKat about recent copyright reform efforts in Finland. Particularly, I discussed how Finland’s (and possibly the world’s) first crowdsourced copyright legislative reform proposal is in danger of failing, and how its potential failure is a sad but likely necessary measure to protect both domestic and foreign rights holders works online.

It is available here.

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Recipes & Copyrights ;)

I gotta tell you in advance that most of the recipes here are not my own! I just find and share them with you.My purpose is NOT to steal anything from anyone.I’m not a thief (yet 3:) )


Week 5

I believe that we need copyright laws to protect a persons original ideas and creations because everything on the Internet is easy to access. Everyone at one point or another has used someone else’s ideas or information without giving credit to the creator. 168 more words

Is College the Cure-All for a Career in Music?

E.O.A.A WEEKLY: Friday, October 03, 2014, Written by Tiwanda ‘Ne Ne’ Lovelace Bio | Email Website | Twitter | YouTube | Online Store 

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Intellectual Property is Intentional Property

By Doug Schelling

Recently while watching Saturday night college football, I saw the newest addition to Nissan’s Heisman House commercial series called “Trademarked”. It features Robert Griffin III and his attorney. 289 more words

Intellectual Property

Signed, Sealed, Delivered [music video]

I’ve taken a hiatus from my website, but I wanted to make sure and post some of my recent projects from my Audio/Video class. I worked on this project for about two weeks or so with some of my classmates. 47 more words

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Copyright and the Selfie

by Cara Disheroon, attorney at Picadio Sneath Miller & Norton, P.C. (Cara Disheroon on G+)

In the ever transitioning world of copyright law, issues surrounding the selfie have recently taken center stage. 445 more words