Marc Settle's quick Twitter video quickly turned into a media storm.
One photographer has had enough of Virlnoval using his photos - and is suing.
Pando Daily's Sarah Lacey has used one of my photos against its licence again.
Flickr has made it very easy for people to release images into the public domain.
YouTube celebrities are becoming seriously big business - media operations in their own right. And now the lawyers are moving in.
Automattic, the WordPress company, are teaming with a student journalist to sue a press officer for an unwarranted DCMA take-down
The co-founder of the EFF and songwriter for the Grateful Dead talks hardcore digital hippies at LeWeb London.
Twitpic becomes the latest in a long line of web companies playing fast and loose with their users’ copyright:
The first part highlighted is a clause seemingly denying anyone who uploads a picture to Twitpic the media exploitation rights for that picture; it specifically targets those businesses who might want to pay for it. The second is a more vaguely-worded catch-all clause that, in the most draconian interpretation, could deny a user from uploading their own pictures to other hosting services like Flickr.
Chris Applegate has done a thorough exploration of what’s going on and Twitpic’s moves to correct the issue.