A kid has perfectly summed up the copyright problems surrounding YouTube after uploading his own unique version of 'Bark
If an animal takes a selfie, does it own the rights? While this may sound like a modern day riddle, it is in fact a question that a Californian court had to consider after People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) took issue with a Welsh photographer's picture of a monkey.
A macaque has lost the battle for copyright of its selfie photographs after a judge declared the act cannot be extended to
It's a song that's famous across the English-speaking world, and undoubtedly the most performed song ever written.
The 16th September 1985 was a landmark moment for British film fans. Thirty years ago today, film went on sale on our high
Twitter is beginning to monitor 'stolen' tweets by deleting posts that infringe on the copyright of others. The crackdown
If the illegal download of eBooks were one day to become a widespread activity, we could end up with the current authors being the last generation of authors making a living out of their work.
Richard Prince might just be the world's worst artist, if you can even call him that. Known for toying with the boundaries
As a law student I often get asked by friends and friends of friends who have online blogs such as this, small online stores or who use Wordpress or similar website development programs, how they can protect their work online and when they might fall foul of copyright laws...
A German copyright group has caused outrage for demanding Google remove links to Skype, Java and the Raspberry Pi in one