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Keep your photos from getting stolen on the internet
Enforcing copyright is not easy, but it might be worth it.
How to keep your dank memes and other creations safe from internet thieves
Protect your images, videos, and writing.
Google’s Book-Scanning Project Is Legal, Says U.S. Appeals Court
Copying and digitizing millions of books did not violate copyright law
Scientist Posts Paywalled Curiosity Papers For Free
Five of the six Curiosity papers published yesterday required a subscription to read, but one scientist thought that because they were NASA-funded, they should be free. So he posted them on his own blog.
Q&A: John Calvert Of The U.S. Patent And Trademark Office
How to protect big ideas in a new legal era
Intel’s E-Book Reader For the Blind Is Awesome, But Will Publishers Accuse It of Stealing?
Intel threw its hat into the e-reader ring today with the release of the Intel Reader–which, unlike any other reader,...
What the Sotomayor Nomination Means for Technology
A dose of tech savvy for the Supreme Court?
Battery Vs. Battery, now in 3-D
The race to make the coolest-sounding power source
Border Security to Become Copyright Police?
A proposed trade agreement could authorize border agents to search the contents of laptops and iPods for copyrighted material
Dead Guys Sound Off On Copyright
Long before DRM-cracking and Creative Commons, thinkers like Gutenberg, Kant and Locke started the freedom of information debate. A new site archives their really old ideas