Plots and stories are, but artwork is not
The US Copyright Office has ruled that illustrations in a new comic book that were created with the AI program Midjourney are not protected by copyright law.
Nice when big content does your dirty work for you
US coppers have come up with a clever way to stop members of the public from posting footage of their dodgy encounters online – they play music in the background and get Big Content to take it down.
Troll in chains
The US is recommending a 12.5 year prison sentence for Paul Hansmeier, one of the lead attorneys of the copyright troll law firm Prenda.
Copyright directive fell because of link tax
A controversial overhaul of the EU's copyright law has failed after politicians realised that giving too much power to big content at the expense of the rest of humanity wasn't a great idea.
Something positive from daft High Court ruling
Fall out from a bizarre UK high court ruling could see Apple's iTunes banned from the country.
We didn’t expect the Spanish inquisition
ISPs have to grass up their customers
Jobs' Mob nicked our books, claim writers
A small violin for Righthaven please
Facebook claims its credibility has suffered