All great companies must evolve, and I believe Google to be a company which wishes to stay on the leading edge of its core business model. It is a search engine after all, it delivers information to the world, which is one of the main reasons the Internet exists in the first place. Today, the… Continue reading Can Google’s New Semantic Search Keep Within Copyright Laws?
“If there isn’t any copyright notice, it’s not copyrighted” This is among the biggest myths in the field of internet copyright laws. While this was actually true in the past, most regions now follow what is known as the Berne copyright convention. For example, in the US almost everything which was created on or after… Continue reading 3 Myths Regarding Internet Copyright Laws Revealed
If you regularly upload photos on the Web, you should ensure that no one is using them without your consent. One easy way to do this is by watermarking your photos. A photography watermark can be another picture as in a logo, words, or the name of the photographer which is placed over the picture.… Continue reading Why You Need To Place Watermarks On Images You Post Online
If you have been scratching your head (or elsewhere) wondering if the United States Copyright Office has ever received or processed your application, you may be encouraged to know that on August 15, 2011, I received my official Certificate of Registration for the “I Am the Village” song. This was a 3+ year application process,… Continue reading Copyrights – The Cold, Hard Truth
Copying music, movies, and software over the Internet using BitTorrent is now quite common. Sandvine recently published information on how much Internet traffic major applications used, and BitTorrent ranked as the number 1 upstream application, the number 4 downstream application, and the number 4 overall application behind Netflix, YouTube, and HTTP. What is worse is… Continue reading The 5 Steps You Need to Take When You Receive an ISP Subpoena Letter
In the future, artificial intelligent computers will come up with new designs, concepts, ideas, innovations, and inventions. Indeed these super computer artificial intelligent systems will be every bit as much as brilliant in creativity as humans. In the future artificial intelligent computers may end up violating copyright law, they may also violate patent laws, and… Continue reading Copyright Law and Artificial Intelligent Chess Playing Machines – Seriously?
Copyright is one of the most significant non tangible assets of an organization. Organizations consider copyrighting their entities as an essential legal obligation. This act infers that the organization values the social and ethical rules followed globally. Copyrights protection gives exclusive rights to an organization over its original works. An intellectual property of an organization,… Continue reading DMCA Is Definately Your Online Defense Shield
Web designing is something people do because they love it. It is not something they decide to go to school to study, although there are web design courses available. Usually, this is more of a creative effort rather than an academic one. When a web designer works, he summons his creative side and everything that… Continue reading Copyrights In Web Design