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The strange case of "Kill me, Heal me"and "Hyde, Jekyll, Me" (2015)

I’ve watched “Hyde, Jekyll, Me” a while back and although it was watchable, it wasn’t amazing, despite the cool plot and Hyun Bin in the lead. 594 more words


Digital Media Learning outcome 6 - Security & Copyright

Computers virus its copies itself and spreads from computer to another.  the most popular Anti – virus  are: North , Mcafee Avg

Personal data : address phone number email date of birth PPS number bank credits your passport number, place you give your personal data are social welfare BBTc credit union  websites like facebook. 101 more words

Digital Media

Question on Copyright Dates

I know this is probably dumb, but I’d rather ask a dumb question than make a dumb mistake. As you know from my Summer Magic… 104 more words


BuzzFeed Has A Copyright Infringement Problem

Curated content is currently the hottest thing in lazy, click-baity online journalism with Twitter and Reddit being favourite sources for aggregator sites like BuzzFeed to mine content from. 735 more words


titles and advertising

I’ve had an interesting few days trying to advertise my Website on Facebook. It would appear Facebook doesn’t like the copyright symbol  – © – in the title of my Page. 102 more words


All That Glitters Is Not Copyright Infringement

It’s been widely reported in the news and on this blog—a jury in a Federal copyright infringement case has reached a verdict favoring legendary rock band Led Zeppelin, finding that it did not plagiarize the iconic guitar riff from the band’s hit song “Stairway to Heaven.” However, almost nobody is talking about the law behind that verdict. 493 more words

Court Cases

SCOTUS Gives Guidance Regarding Attorney Fee Awards in Copyright Cases

by: Kelly A. Williams, a shareholder at Picadio Sneath Miller & Norton, P.C.

On June 16, 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court issued an opinion on awarding attorneys’ fees in copyright cases for the first time in two decades and issued the first copyright case in two years. 674 more words

Pittsburgh Intellectual Property Litigation