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Legal Advisory Board member Kurt Wimmer discusses the need for updating electronic communication privacy laws for newsgatherers and media companies. Originally published by The Media Institute and reprinted here with permission.read more
YouTube’s life-blood is advertising and by now it’s become pretty clear that Google doesn’t give a hoot about what videos it slaps ads onto. After all, why should vetting content BEFORE putting advertising on it get in the way of company profits right?read more
Australia is our location for the latest clampdown on content piracy, as the country’s government floats new legislation that would significantly expand the ability of rights holders to challenge sites that host their work without permission.read more
Weekly copyright related summary of issues, congressional developments, judicial updates, administration updates, international updates and industry updates, provided courtesy of American Continental Group (ACG).read more
After a winter break from the media spotlight, aside from a frank admission from Netflix itself that such piracy sites provide significant competition to its paid service, Popcorn Time appears to be resurfacing in a traditional manner: finding new countries from which to operate, at least until the nearest available authorities catch up with its operators.read more
When is a pirate not a pirate? When he or she uses a stolen Windows operating system, apparently, as Microsoft will roll out its Windows 10 upgrades to all existing users this summer, whether their software is licensed or stolen. Unfortunately this is no joke.read more