Songs written by 'Weird A.I. Yancovic' are getting flagged for violating copyright. Its creator says they should be protected by Fair Use.
YouTube creator Shesez argues he's creating educational videos about Nintendo's creative process. Nintendo, on the other hand, won't say anything.
Here’s how to download the tens of thousands of books that became legal to download.
The Internet Archive is temporarily eliminating waitlists for tons of ebooks to create a National Emergency Library open to anyone with an internet connection.
In the US, everything copyrighted by artists and authors who died in 1924 is entered into the public domain as of January 1, 2020.
His website, Mangamura, apparently cost the Japanese publishing industry $2.93 billion.
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.
Replacing the French giant's trademark logo with 'Herpes' will cost Impresario Entertainment mid-day meals and sanitary pads in Delhi's orphanages and foster care homes.
"Now that my lawsuit's over, I guess I can sing 'Get Free' any time I want, right?"
"If we don't receive it, we will close their little show," Roberto De Jesus Escobar Gaviria said of 'Narcos.'
Famous at food stands across Southeast Asia, there's a battle brewing over who actually owns the trademark to this famous cock.