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1: new post   A good way to fix those typos
"My right hand works quicker than my left, so I get letters the wrong way round and I have a penchant for capitalizing words for no good reason in the middle of a sentence."
Apr 3, 2006
2: new post   A suggestion about copyright questions
Answers the often-asked question, "Is it OK to copy this?"
May 11, 2004
3: new post   A.P. Doesn't Want Titles and Short Excerpts Used
"According to the following, the A.P. is going after a webmaster for posting article titles and brief excerpts, claiming "Fair Use" does not permit this practice."
June 16, 2008
4: new post   ACTA Treaty Gets a Further Set Back With ITC Rejection
Many have expected ACTA to fail for some time now, and today's events make the parliament's decision almost a certainty.
June 21, 2012
5: new post   Advantages of Blogspot Blog vs.Web Site Blog
"What are the advantages / disadvantages of using a Blogspot blog for this project as opposed to publishing on my own site without a blog structure?"
June 22, 2007
6: new post   After Submitting a DMCA, What Are The Other Options?
What should be the next step? Can I do anything else other than wait?
Sept 19, 2011
7: new post   Are Site Links Subject to Copyright?
"Is linking to a site in any way a copyright issue?"
Jan 21, 2008
8: new post   Are There SEO Friendly Ways to Help Prevent Site Plagiarism?
Feb 14, 2009
9: new post   Arthur Schiff Dies - Copywriter Behind Ginsu Knives
"It slices bread so thin, your relatives will never come back! 'But Wait! There's More!'"
Sept 9, 2006
10: new post   Automatic Geo Language-Delivery
Feb 11, 2005
11: new post   BBC Opens up Content
The BBC is giving web developers and designers outside of the organisation access to its content so that they can "create cool new things"
May 13, 2005
12: new post   Belgian Newspaper Group in Talks Over Copyright Row With Google
""Internet users interested in Belgian news and users of Google's search engine may have noticed today that the Web sites of the Belgian French and German-language daily newspapers ... are again referenced on the search engine," a joint statement issued by Google and Copiepresse said."
May 4, 2007
13: new post   Best Ways to Prevent Plagiarism
Apr 15, 2008
14: new post   Blurred Lines Of Permission: Tweets Turned Into Ads In Print Media
When a third party takes part of the content of a tweet and uses it in a print media ad, is this ok?
Jan 7, 2014
15: new post   Brian May, Pete Townsend, Elton John and Others Attack Google Over Piracy
Pete Townshend of The Who and Brian May of Queen today lead a group of rock and pop stars in a public attack on internet search engines like Google for helping users get access to pirate copies of their music.
July 24, 2012
16: new post   Building Business Content 101
"...a few more types of content you can add to any business site to beef it up a bit."
June 10, 2002
17: new post   Canadian Law 'Breached' By Facebook's Privacy Stance
"Facebook's policy of holding on to subscribers' personal information, even after their accounts had been deactivated, was one area that breached Canada's privacy law.."
July 17, 2009
18: new post   Charging for Content Access.
"...Norwegian content providers are attempting to incentivise (force) surfers to use the system by forming a cartel."
Mar 11, 2002
19: new post   China Beefs Up Punishment For Intellectual Property Theft
China has arrested more than 4,000 people for violating intellectual property rights (IPR) since November and will enforce tougher punishments to combat the "rampant" problem, a senior government official said on Tuesday.

Gao Feng, deputy director of the Ministry of Public Security's Economic Crimes Investigation Bureau, told a news conference that his agency had uncovered more than 2,000 cases since China launched a six-month campaign to beef up enforcement of intellectual property rights last November.

The financial value of the cases totaled 2.3 billion yuan ($348 million), Gao said, adding that the number of arrests, cases and financial value represent a tripling from the same period a year ago.
Jan 12, 2011
20: new post   Company Will Track and "Fingerprint" Associated Press Content
"Attributor CEO and co-founder Jim Brock calls the "DNA" of the material, which boils down to a specific paragraph or a few sentences. With that information, Attributor can watch where the content is going in turn giving publishers a map. Publishers can then determine where, how, and when the content is used."
June 1, 2007
21: new post   Congress eyes broad new digital copyright bill
"A proposed copyright law seen by CNET News.com would expand the DMCA's restrictions on software that can bypass copy protections and grant federal police more wiretapping and enforcement powers."
Apr 24, 2006
22: new post   Content Is King
"Everyone agrees that content is king, but what exactly constitutes good content?"
Sept 7, 2006
23: new post   Content Writing Scam Unveiled
I ordered a few original articles using an online service. They were exceptionally cheap, and I was thrilled when I received them: they were 100% original (copy / paste several 10-word strings between "" into Google produced no results whatsoever).[br][br]Find out how the scammed article was uncovered.
Dec 2, 2011
24: new post   Content for the smaller site
When starting the site, the biggest single issue we have is getting content out of the customer. Its not a lack of willingness on their part, more a general confusion about what they should include. What we want to do is give them a checklist to get their mental juices running.
Oct 10, 2001
25: new post   Copy That Sells
"...They laughed when I sat down to play..."
Nov 25, 2003
26: new post   Copyright Infringement Case Clears ISP Of Responsibility
"In the first case of its kind, an Australian court has ruled that an internet service provider cannot be responsible for illegal downloading."
Feb 5, 2010
27: new post   Copyright Issues in Using Facts From a Book
Oct 7, 2003
28: new post   Copyright Issues
Answers regarding copyright questions that are asked frequently.
Sept 5, 2005
29: new post   Copyright Issues
Ten threads dealing with copyright issues. Questions, answers and advice
Sept 5, 2005
30: new post   Copyrights on Contributed Content
Simple question with a can-o-worms for an answer.
Jan 4, 2005
31: new post   Court Rejects Appeal By Tiffany Vs eBay Over Trademark
"Tiffany said the case presented an extremely important question about allocating trademark rights and burdens in the modern Internet economy."
Nov 29, 2010
32: new post   Court Rules Embedding Videos Does Not Violate Copyright Laws
Posner found that merely watching a stream of an illegally uploaded video isn't copyright infringement either.
Aug 5, 2012
33: new post   Court Ruling Says Free Software, Open Source, Can Be Protected
"...the federal appeals court in Washington said that just because a software programmer gave his work away did not mean it could not be protected."
Aug 14, 2008
34: new post   Court Says 'No' to Apple, Upholds Confidentiality Law for Web Journalists
NY Times: "A California appeals court ruled Friday that online reporters are protected by the same confidentiality laws that protect traditional journalists, striking a blow to efforts by Apple Computer to identify people who leaked confidential company data..."
May 28, 2006
35: new post   Creating 10,000 Bot-Generated Articles Per Day
"Critics say bots crowd out the creativity only humans can generate."
July 15, 2014
36: new post   Creative Commons comes to Microsoft Office
"Microsoft and the Creative Commons on Wednesday plan to release a free tool that will let people attach a Creative Commons copyright license to Microsoft Office documents."
June 22, 2006
37: new post   Dealing With Copyright Violations
Whether it is a multinational corporation or the mom and pop on the corner, most of us have had our work page jacked at one time.
May 15, 2002
38: new post   Digital Music Can Not Be Re-sold Online, US Judge Rules
The ruling could have broad implications for digital reselling.
Apr 2, 2013
39: new post   E.U. Court Rejects ISP Illegal Content Filter
"This judgement is a victory for freedom of expression online. It draws a thick line in the sand that future copyright enforcement measures in the UK cannot cross.[br][br]"Invasive and general surveillance of users is unacceptable. This helps to nail down the limits of powers to curtail people's freedom to communicate online."
Nov 24, 2011
40: new post   EU Court Rules Against Anti-Piracy Filtering System
In its judgement the ECJ ruled that a system would be a "serious infringement" of Netlog's freedom to conduct its business "since it would require Netlog to install a complicated, costly, permanent computer system at its own expense".[br][br]But it also said there was a risk of infringing rights to the protection of personal data, as a filtering system would require "the identification, systematic analysis and processing of information connected with the profiles created on the social network".
Feb 16, 2012
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