Jake Berman spent more than 300 hours making his own subway map because he didn't like the MTA's. Now the MTA says he can't sell it.
In the US, everything copyrighted by artists and authors in 1924 is entered into the public domain as of January 1, 2020.
SpaceX quietly added additional restrictions to photos that were previously free to use by anyone for any reason.
Eric Lundgren spent a year in prison for selling counterfeit Windows restore discs, now he’s home and ready to keep saving the planet.
Millions of books are secretly in the public domain thanks to a copyright loophole, a new project seeks to put them on the Internet Archive.
Apple sued Corellium, a company that makes virtual copies of iOS for researchers to practice hacking the iPhone on.
His website, Mangamura, apparently cost the Japanese publishing industry $2.93 billion.
The deepfake of Kim Kardashian was taken down by Condé Nast, but it's an example of how copyright laws are a poor replacement for real moderation.
Rather than go to court, Alex Jones has decided to settle with Pepe creator Matt Furie for appropriating the use of his cartoon frog in InfoWars merch.
DC isn't the first company to learn this. Toyota, ASICS, IKEA, Polo Ralph Lauren, and Pierre Cardin have all lost legal cases to Indonesian bootleggers.
The new game from the makers of LittleBigPlanet is a perfect fit for the social media era.
The multinational company, which was demanding damages of over 10 million from four farmers in India, gave in to public pressure and offered to settle.