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Photographer Claims Urban Outfitters, Macy’s Used Tupac Photos Without Permission

The late Tupac Shakur might no longer have any say over how his image is used, but that doesn’t mean you can use a photograph of the famed rapper without getting permission from the photographer. 339 more words

Retail Services

Follow-up: International Day Against DRM

As a brief follow-up to my recent post on DRM, a few claims* from a (German) article on a piracy study/>:

*I have not investigated the details myself, and I draw only on this source; however, the source has a very strong reputation—then, again, it is still journalists at work. 281 more words

Cengage Learning, Inc. et al. v. Does 1-11 (15-cv-11577).

Judge Wolf entered default judgment in favor of Cengage, finding the well-pled facts of the complaint showed that defendents sold counterfeit versions of Cengage’s copyrighted textbooks bearing Cengage’s trademarks. 86 more words

Trademark

Copywrite & poets

This is more of a question rather than a blog.

Poetry.

Those that post it on here, is it copyright?

How do you feel about it possibly being taken and used as someone else’s writing? 68 more words

Writing

Late Summer Colour Burst

Annuals in September are giving it their all!

© Sheila Creighton 2017

Photography

Magistrate judge to copyright troll: you may cut and run if you want, but first compensate defendant

Today Magistrate Judge Stacy F. Beckerman recommended to grant bittorent copyright troll Carl Crowell’s motion to voluntary dismiss the case without prejudice, but with a condition: the plaintiff must pay the defendant’s attorney’s fees. 662 more words

Copyright Troll

Sparkling Foxtail

Bright morning sunlight picks up the dew.

© Sheila Creighton 2017

Photography