copyright

Greg Wallace in the Masterchef spoof music video by Swede Mason The guidelines from the Intellectual Property Office mean
What do ghosts, monkeys, elephants and the Holy Spirit have in common? None of them can claim copyright in America. That's
Apparently, US copyright law means that "non-human authors" do not have the right to automatic copyright of any photographs that they take. In the weird world of copyright, both an underlying image and subsequent alterations resulting in a final image are needed to have copyright bestowed on a person.
If you're reading this post (or viewing anything online for that matter), you're making on-screen and cached copies in the course of browsing the web. And if you were asked whether you were infringing copyright by making those copies, you would probably laugh (because how could the internet possibly function if that was case?).
On top of malware, these rogue sites are rife with credit card cons. Two in three of the 30 analysed are guilty of that trick, and more than three in four people who admit to visiting pirate film and TV sites say they've fallen victim to these sorts of scams at some point.
Westerners could become confused as they walk through the eastern Chinese town of Wuxi. After all, everything looks almost
10 years ago, Youtube was just distant thought in its founders heads. It now has over a billion users and almost 15 million videos about cats. Not only is it making cats well famous, but it is changing the way people watch film and is opening up the world of filmmaking to people who couldn't have got there before.
A student paper who ran a rear of the year competition has been slapped with a copyright infringement claim after copying
After telling illegal immigrants to 'Go Home', it seems the Home Office's notorious 'racist vans' may themselves be illegal
On the 50th anniversary of perhaps one the most famous speeches of all time, broadcasters will be playing clips of Martin