After being sued for lending ebooks during the height of the pandemic, copyright experts say the site is in danger—and the stakes couldn’t be higher.
“CPRewritten is shutting down effective immediately due to a full request by Disney. We have voluntarily given control over the website to the police for them to continue their copyright investigation,” an administrator wrote on Discord.
They now own anything Girls Do Porn and Girls Do Toys took from them, including images, likenesses, videos, and copyrights.
The NTIA has told the Copyright Office it needs to weaken the DMCA and make it easier for people to fix their own stuff.
Police are playing copyrighted music while being filmed to prevent activists from uploading the video; one in Illinois says he was "advised" to do so.
Sci-Hub, a website dedicated to free access of scientific articles, has updated for the first time in a year.
Emails obtained by Motherboard show a police department frustrated by their fellow officers' attempt to thwart being filmed.
She's relying on a little-known law to reclaim the rights to her old work, but there's a limit to how much it can do for her.
While some accuse Lego of using legal campaigns to choke out competition, others claim the company is legitimately protecting its intellectual property.
Adobe sent a DMCA takedown request to Twitter for a tweet from 2016 where a security researcher linked to a site that contained a download link for a 1994 version of Acrobat Reader.
Cops around the country are trying a new “hack”: play copyrighted music to prevent activists from posting video to Instagram or YouTube.