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Photographer wins copyright lawsuit over embedded tweets, now sues more publications
Embedding a tweet on your blog or website? It might lead to a copyright infringement case as this story of a photographer suing several publications for embedding his work in their articles.
Can You Show Netflix in Class? Copyright for Teachers Made Simple
As digital becomes more popular in school, its use can be troubling. So what happens if a teacher streams a video from Netflix during class? It might become a copyright infringement.
Who owns an AI-generated invention?
Again about AI and Copyright: who owns an AI generated invention? This seems to be quite the topic as ethics and moral rights are kicking in the AI research field, so what about creativity?
The Most Important Court Decision For Data Science and Machine Learning
Data Mining and Machine Learning (by Google) vs. the Authors Guild, or what's wrong about a machine using copyright protected content to train their search engine.
What is Design Thinking and Why Is It So Popular?
It's taking more and more space, and it's getting more popular among creatives of all kind. What's all the fuzz about Design Thinking and its basics?
The USPTO wants to know if artificial intelligence can own the content it creates
Can an AI hold and claim copyright on something? It seems something being debated in the The United States Patent and Trademark Office or USPTO is seeking for comments on the matter
Open access to teaching material – how far have we come?
Almost two decades after the declaration set out in the Budapest Open Access Initiative, access to the research literature for educational purposes remains limited.
Will The Music Industry Ever Catch Up With the Internet?
As the Music industry is struggling to renew its way of thinking, what is happening on the Internet? You can claim a copyright infringement without even the need of demonstrating you own the rights!