|Forum: Content, Writing and Copyright|
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|1:|| 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:|| A suggestion about copyright questions|
Answers the often-asked question, "Is it OK to copy this?"
|May 11, 2004|
|3:|| 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:|| 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:|| 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:|| 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:|| Are Site Links Subject to Copyright?|
"Is linking to a site in any way a copyright issue?"
|Jan 21, 2008|
|8:|| Are There SEO Friendly Ways to Help Prevent Site Plagiarism?||Feb 14, 2009|
|9:|| 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:|| Automatic Geo Language-Delivery||Feb 11, 2005|
|11:|| 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:|| 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:|| Best Ways to Prevent Plagiarism||Apr 15, 2008|
|14:|| 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:|| 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:|| 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:|| 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:|| 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:|| 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:|| 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:|| 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:|| Content Is King|
"Everyone agrees that content is king, but what exactly constitutes good content?"
|Sept 7, 2006|
|23:|| 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:|| 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:|| Copy That Sells|
"...They laughed when I sat down to play..."
|Nov 25, 2003|
|26:|| 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:|| Copyright Issues in Using Facts From a Book||Oct 7, 2003|
|28:|| Copyright Issues|
Answers regarding copyright questions that are asked frequently.
|Sept 5, 2005|
|29:|| Copyright Issues|
Ten threads dealing with copyright issues. Questions, answers and advice
|Sept 5, 2005|
|30:|| Copyrights on Contributed Content|
Simple question with a can-o-worms for an answer.
|Jan 4, 2005|
|31:|| 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:|| 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:|| 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:|| 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:|| Creating 10,000 Bot-Generated Articles Per Day|
"Critics say bots crowd out the creativity only humans can generate."
|July 15, 2014|
|36:|| 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:|| 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:|| Digital Music Can Not Be Re-sold Online, US Judge Rules|
The ruling could have broad implications for digital reselling.
|Apr 2, 2013|
|39:|| 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:|| 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|