#DeleteFacebook and other social media crises

The recent events around Facebook and social media have created some confusion among users. In the end, it's a matter of preference whether or not to leave Facebook one's own data. But what happens to the content? Our content?

Published on 16/05/2018 by Sebastian Zdrojewski

The time dilemma and the publication date

Publication date, when is an Artwork born?

Published on 13/05/2018 by Sebastian Zdrojewski

What we don't read in the websites terms and conditions

We have decided to have a look at the terms and conditions of websites, those pages we never read and always accept, to look up what they say concerning copyright.

Published on 09/05/2018 by Sebastian Zdrojewski


This week, we want to propose a short a short history of the birth of Copyright, and about what it is.

Published on 02/05/2018 by Sebastian Zdrojewski

Creative Commons Global Summit 2018

A quick reflection on the event we attended last week

Published on 25/04/2018 by Sebastian Zdrojewski

Keeping the Internet free, according to Google

A summary of the Google presentation on copyright and EU reform, held at CopyCamp in Warsaw.

Published on 18/04/2018 by Sebastian Zdrojewski

Sharing with care

Were you expecting a post listing the reasons why you should stop sharing your works? Well, this is not it.

Published on 04/04/2018 by Sebastian Zdrojewski

Fan-Art and Copyright

If I draw a Fan-Art, am I infringing the copyright of the original author?

Published on 31/01/2018 by Sebastian Zdrojewski

2017 closing note

A short reflection on the ending year in view of the upcoming 2018.

Published on 31/12/2017 by Sebastian Zdrojewski

Internet and Copyright: the time dilemma (part 1)

When we use the Internet as a mere tool for sharing information and documents, we usually tend to think of what will happen in the next few hours.

Published on 20/11/2017 by Sebastian Zdrojewski