InfoWars Agrees to Pay Pepe the Frog Creator $15,000 in Copyright Settlement
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.
'Dreams' Is A Powerful Tool to Create Anything and Own Nothing
The new game from the makers of LittleBigPlanet is a perfect fit for the social media era.
A Secret Server for the Dead MMO 'City of Heroes' Has Players in an Uproar
When copyright law prevented the devoted 'City of Heroes' community from playing its favorite game, the community created its own solution, and a lot of drama.
Pepe the Frog
Read the Best Parts of Alex Jones's 159-Page Deposition About Pepe the Frog
Jones is getting sued for allegedly violating the copyright of Pepe the Frog's creator by selling Pepe posters on Infowars.
Reddit’s Piracy Subreddit Is Purging a Decade of Posts
The /r/piracy subreddit is deleting all posts older than six months after allegedly being alerted to an overwhelming amount of copyright complaints.
EU Ignores the Public, Passes Internet-Wrecking Copyright Proposal
Upload filters and link taxes may be well intentioned, but critics say they’re going to seriously screw up the open internet.
Studies Keep Showing That the Best Way to Stop Piracy Is to Offer Cheaper, Better Alternatives
Study after study indicates that overly-aggressive anti-piracy efforts don’t work, and the real solution lies in giving would-be pirates better, cheaper options.
How Kids YouTube Star Blippi Used Copyright Law to Hide His Harlem Shake Poop Video
Someone claiming to represent Blippi filed DMCA copyright takedown requests to Google in order to get an embarrassing viral video hidden.
A Scammer Used YouTube’s Copyright System to Ransom Creators
By submitting fake copyright “flags” a scammer demanded hundreds of dollars via Paypal or Bitcoin and even managed to get past YouTube’s anti-abuse team.
Confronting the Specter of Copyright Law in 'Kingdom Hearts II'
Is Steamboat Mickey under threat? Or is the ability to remix the past an opportunity?
How to Download the Books That Just Entered the Public Domain
Public Domain Day was yesterday, but you were probably hungover, so here’s how to download the tens of thousands of books that became legal to download for free in 2019.
Flavor Can't Be Copyrighted Because It's Too 'Subjective and Variable,' EU Court Rules
The ruling came in the case of a spreadable Dutch cheese accused of being a copycat.