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Nostradamus Estate Files Lawsuit Against Global Scientists for Copyright Infringement

PROVENCE – The estate of the French seer Nostradamus, has filed a copyright-infringement lawsuit against a global group of scientists that predicted the end of the world with a ‘ 324 more words

Grey Pond

Moody morning reflections light up the pond.

© Sheila Creighton 2017

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Meet the NKCC Team: John Peel

NKCC is delighted to announce that John Peel, a museum professional who has worked in various collection management roles at Manchester Art Gallery over the past 13 years, has joined NKCC as a Junior Associate. 66 more words

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false advertising of copyright ownership of songs not preempted, court rules

Carter v. Pallante, 256 F. Supp. 3d 791 (N.D. Ill. 2017)

Tollie Carter sued, as relevant here, alleging that ARC, Fuji, and BMG infringed his copyrights in certain songs by selling unauthorized licenses to third parties, who in turn publicly performed the songs. 576 more words

Music Copyright

Given the number of people who have asked, here’s a helpful wee link for you that explains how music copyright works in the real world… 7 more words

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Fall Fern

Close on a dried fern frond in the garden.

© Sheila Creighton 2017

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BC Court of Appeal overturns injunction against film critical of Vancouver Aquarium

In a case raising serious implications for documentary filmmakers over freedom of expression, contracts and copyright issues, the British Columbia Court of Appeal has overturned an injunction issued by a lower BC provincial court against the distribution of a documentary film made by the defendant Gary Charbonneau. 350 more words

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