Corellium claims its products are fair use of Apple’s code, accuses the tech giant of wanting to be “the fox in the hen house” for security researchers, and quotes Spider-Man.
A case headed to the Supreme Court in the fall considers when fashion and accessories are protected by copyright.
The ruling that Google's use of APIs is a fair use will have wide-ranging ramifications for the rest of the tech industry.
From poetry to paintings to hamburgers, Oracle v. Google has been a confusing mess. Thankfully only everything is at stake.
One final question remains: Is implementing an API considered fair use?
Now you can watch Kubrick's sci-fi masterpiece in its entirety... on GIPHY?
This week, Google announced it would pay to defend certain YouTube creators against copyright claims.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation says that the decision leaves “almost no protection for users.”
The case represents a leap forward, a rolling back of some of the bizarre and downright technophobic attitudes of the early 2000s.
The latest in the "dancing baby" lawsuit.
Richard Prince sold their Instagrams for $90,000—now, they're selling his for $90.
And what happens when photos from space can't be used by the public?