copyright

Broadly

Udnytter Balenciaga almindelige mennesker, når de igen og igen gør lavkultur til højeste mode?

Balenciaga bliver nu sagsøgt af et souvenirfirma fra New York for at have kopieret "både deres koncept og deres identitet" med sin nye taske, som koster over 12.000 kroner.
Roisin Lanigan
8.1.18
modeller

Sådan blev de her fire modellers billeder misbrugt

Fotomodeller har ofte ingen kontrol over, hvad der sker med deres billeder, der kan havne på alt fra grimme t-shirts til dårlige memes.
VICE Staff
5.22.17
Culture

This Body-Mod Model Sold the Rights to His Body Image Around the World Without Realising It

He's been used to advertise everything from movies to nightclubs and hasn't got a penny out of it.
Norma Costello
11.11.15
Music

New Evidence Suggests "Happy Birthday" Isn't Actually Copyrighted

This is very exciting, assuming you would like to license "Happy Birthday" for your film, television show, or video game.
Drew Millard
7.29.15
Stuff

Explore the Gross, Cultish 3D World of Worlds Inc. – Before It's Lost Forever

Worlds Inc. is a company that runs and maintains a very basic 3D chat client first introduced in 1995 and has, over time, become a cesspit of the darker side of human nature.
Francis Murphy
5.22.15
Stuff

Patenting a Magic Trick Is Tricky Business

Performers who want to protect their tricks with the law have an uphill battle.
Mark Hay
2.6.15
Photo

This Photographer Reverse-Searches His Body Parts on Google to Make 'Melfies'

Melbourne photographer Jackson Eaton is inverting our idea of selfies.
Jackson Eaton
1.15.15
This Week in Racism

This Week in Racism - There Are Still No Black Emojis

New emojis include the middle finger, the Vulcan hand salute, an optical disc icon, a chipmunk, and a black droplet. But no black <i>people</i>.
Dave Schilling
6.19.14
The Skammerz Ishu

Stolen Puppy Photography

Using nice photos to trick good-hearted animal lovers.
Mitchell Sunderland
12.18.13
tech

A New Copyright Law Could Be the End of the Internet As We Know It (Again)

The TPP looks disconcertingly similar to SOPA and ACTA.
John Lubbock
12.3.13
News

The Hangover News

Starbucks sued a Thai coffee stall this weekend, but you were probably too drunk to notice.
Mac Hackett
10.21.13
Stuff

The Public Domain Review Show You History's Best Out-of-Copyright Art

Like 14th Century illustration and Japanese anatomical atlases from 1802.
Virginia W. Ricci
2.18.13