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Instagram sees embedded copyright suit dismissed

20-09-2021Alex Baldwin

A California District Court has dismissed a copyright infringement suit from two photographers claiming that Instagram’s embedding links violate display rights.

Photographer can’t escape Jay-Z copyright claims

13-09-2021Alex Baldwin

The photographer of the cover image for Jay-Z’s debut album “Reasonable Doubt” has lost a bid to escape claims from the rapper that he misused the copyrighted photograph without consent.

Texas university dodges writer's copyright appeal

10-09-2021Alex Baldwin

Texas A&M University’s athletic department has escaped claims that it infringed a writer’s copyright by republishing a commissioned story without permission.

Pinterest shakes photographer’s copyright claims

08-09-2021Alex Baldwin

Pinterest has convinced a California judge to drop charges from a photographer claiming the website aids in the mass copyright infringement of its users.

Google appeals against €500m penalty over news hosting

France03-09-2021Copyright NewsAlex Baldwin

Google is contesting a €591m fine imposed by France’s Competition Authority over sharing local news content on the platform.

Versace settles ‘fast fashion’ infringement suit with Fashion Nova

27-08-2021Alex Baldwin

Gianni Versace and fast-fashion retailer Fashion Nova have agreed to settle an IP dispute over Versace’s dress designs.

Second Circuit says Google v Oracle does not impact Prince judgment

25-08-2021Alex Baldwin

The US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has refused to alter its ruling that Andy Warhol’s art series based on photos of the musician Prince infringed the original photographer’s copyright.

Johnny Rotten loses row over Sex Pistols music

UK24-08-2021Alex Baldwin

Former Sex Pistols frontman John Lydon has lost a dispute with his former band members to stop their music from being used in an upcoming TV series at the English High Court.

Disney, Amazon, Netflix win injunction against pirate TV operator

23-08-2021Alex Baldwin

A consortium of some of the world’s largest media companies including Disney, Amazon, Netflix and Warner Bros has obtained a preliminary injunction against “mass infringer” Jason Tusa, the alleged operator of several pirate TV subscription services.

Amazon to face ‘Austin Powers’ illegal streaming claims

20-08-2021Rory O'Neill

Amazon will face a lawsuit claiming it offered films including “Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery” for streaming illegally, a New York federal judge has ruled.

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