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Copyrights 101: Reviewing the rules of protecting original works

A copyright is a type of intellectual property which protects original artistic or literary works that are fixed in a tangible medium of expression, meaning that the work is sufficiently permanent to last for more than a transitory period of … Continue reading

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Registration and copyrights

What’s all this I hear about the Supreme Court saying copyrights having to be registered for some reason? This thread provides a good summary of […] The post Registration and copyrights appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. Read more detail … Continue reading

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Copyright’s Safe Harbors Preserve What We Love About the Internet

How is the Internet different from what came before? We’ve had great art, music, film, and writing for far longer than we’ve had the World Wide Web. What we didn’t have were global conversations and collaborations that millions can participate … Continue reading

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Bloggers may be able to register copyrights to blog entries

The U.S. Copyright Office is proposing a new group registration option for certain types of literary works. To qualify for this option, each work must contain at least 100 but no more than 17,500 words. The works must be created … Continue reading

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When copyrights aren’t a federal case

Can copyright disputes ever be litigated in state court? It’s generally understood that the federal courts have exclusive jurisdiction over copyright claims, in contrast to […] Read more detail on Recent Copyright posts –

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