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Article of Interest: YouTube, Amazon Start Playing Hardball With Sellers

Publication: Variety Magazine
Date: June 25, 2014
Author: Todd Spangler, NY Digital Editor
Posted By: Alan Epstein

This is a great read regarding increases in public disputes surrounding online distributors and suppliers – especially as it relates to the music industry.   122 more words

Digital Media

What cloud computing services need to know about the Aereo decision

In June. the United States Supreme Court issued its much-anticipated decision in American Broadcasting Cos. v. Aereo, Inc. The decision effectively shut down the Aereo service, at least temporarily as it… 534 more words


b Gallery Artists - Are you aware of your Data Protection Rights ?

It has come to our attention that some of our artists images have been placed on a new site

Anyone displaying your artwork without your permission is contravening your data protection rights. 121 more words

You've Really Got a Hold On Me...and My Copyright?

Seems that someone’s always thinking of you, especially if you’re Smokey Robinson and you’re about to reclaim ownership of popular songs you wrote back in the day, like “I Second that Emotion,” “The Tears of a Clown,” “The Tracks of My Tears,” “My Girl” and “You’ve Really Got a Hold on Me.” 811 more words

Court Cases

Why is Airbus obstructing technological advancement?

Who doesn’t love France, right? Mountains, beaches, wine, cheese, Le Mans, Le Tour. Then why is it that a country that seemingly has it all, doesn’t want others to have something as well. 360 more words

Erwin Fisser

Ugandan Innovators Should Protect Their IP Ideas Than Functioning On Secrecy

So we are developing ideas that have no IPs (intellectual Property) licences in Africa, mainly here in Uganda. I have seen a number of get ideas but they have no patents thus someone  else can do the same thing around the world and our poor Ugandan developers will lose out on that money and fame. 563 more words

Social Media

ESPN To Soccer Fans: You Can Look, But Don't Touch (The Upload Button)

From Gigaom:

“As the Wall Street Journal reported Monday, ESPN and Univision have been sending in copyright strikers to take down videos of World Cup goals. 275 more words