Learn how music companies can profit from YouTube videos that contain copyrighted songs or even movie clips for which the uploader does not have the rights.
The popular O Ri Chiraiyaâ€™song from Aamir Khanâ€™s TV show Satyamev Jayate has spawned derivatives on the Internet but is the company OK with them?
The Software Industry Association has released a new version of the Donâ€™t Copy That Floppy video campaign that aims to spread word about the legal implications for software piracy.
Alarmed by the growing number of instances of Western yoga gurus claiming copyrights to ancient “asanas”, the Government of India has decided to fight back.
The text-to-speech feature, introduced in the new version of the Amazon Kindle, to allow readers to listen to their favorite books, is now in trouble, with publishers claiming that the Kindle does not have rights to read books aloud.
Shepard Fairey, creator of this iconic Obama hope poster, could have been in a spot over a simple case of copyright infringment.
The Indian embassy has voiced its displeasure over reports that Bangladesh is is planning an exact replica of the Taj Mahal about 30 kilometers northeast of the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka.
The next time you have to choose an avatar for a social network or forum, avoid selecting your favorite Homer Simpson or Jack Sparrow avatar. Or you may well get into trouble.
Google will remove web pages from their search results for which they have received a DMCA complaint from the original owners alleging copyright infringement.
It could get slightly tough for people to upload copyrighted video clips from movies and television programs onto YouTube as their Video Identification Tool has gone live.
Fair use describes conditions under which copyrighted material may be used without permission. If a work is not copyrighted, it's in the public domain and fair use does not come into play, since public-domain works can legally be used for any purpose.