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People Stealing Other People's Content

If you set out to be original, prepare to be copied

Makemestfu – on Tumblr

Just recently I was reading a blog post that not only shocked me but also made me contact the author directly because she explained a situation that is repeating itself far too often in the blogger sphere and cyberspace: … 1,223 more words

Travel

When Quirk of Copyright Law Creates Christmas Classic: It’s Wonderful Life and Public Domain

George Bailey stands on a bridge begging for another chance at life. Upon being granted a second chance, he joyously runs home to embrace his family. 599 more words

Intellectual Property

Every Visual Artist should listen to this about possible copyright changes

I was listening to this post hosted by children’s book artist Will Terry. He let artist Brad Holland lead the discussion on visual artist’s and copyrights and how some are trying to change our copyright rights. 45 more words

Illustrator

The Art of Stealing Photos Online

To steal or not to steal, now that is an important question some unethical, mindless and incredible people do NOT ask themselves before stealing photos online  (even if they have… 1,130 more words

Photography

Copyright Protection Doesn't Monkey Around

The U.S. Copyright Office released an updated 1,222-page “Compendium of U.S. Copyright Office Practices, Third Edition” in 2014 clarifying its position that it “will register an original work of authorship, provided that the work was created by a human being.”  The report goes on to state that “[t]he Office will not register works produced by nature, animals, or plants.  247 more words

Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property Audits: Taking Stock of Your Intangibles

Most companies routinely perform inventory audits of their physical assets…but — even though it’s not always on the radar — performing audits of intangible assets is equally (and perhaps even more) important. 443 more words

Intellectual Property

Q u i L L #25 Diverged Reasoning

You went to university to learn how best to discern
I learned from experience and studies that I’ve affirmed
Which of us is wiser the one who read or went through? 98 more words

Poetry