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WHOIS that infringer?

Global - April 2 2018 When a website infringed your trademark or copyright, or otherwise violated your rights, the first place you likely went was to the WHOIS database, to...


Studies discuss difficulty of combatting disinformation

USA - March 28 2018 Everyone seems to agree that “fake news,” or disinformation, permeates the online environment. Researchers are increasingly examining the Internet’s...

Mike Nepple.


Could graffiti art prevent your redevelopment project?

USA - March 27 2018 To a real estate developer, spray paint on a building can be a nuisance. To an artist, the painted image may be cherished art. And to one real estate...

Daniel T. Engle.


Copyright designs found weak when derived from common ideas

USA - March 26 2018 The well-known song says, “a kiss is just a kiss,” but the Ninth Circuit says that some kisses are “thin” and some are “broad,” and on that your...


Can embedding a tweet make you a copyright infringer?

USA - March 19 2018 It is illegal to use an embedded link that causes an image on another website to appear on your site? Well, it depends on the court. A federal judge...

Mike Nepple, Michael Parks, Justin Mulligan, James M. Burger.