Copyright

    • Big changes at DomainTools as privacy law looms

      Regular users of DomainTools should expect significant changes to their service, possibly unwelcome, as the impact of incoming European Union privacy law begins to be felt. Professional users such as domain investors are most likely to be impacted by the changes. The company hopes to announce how its services will be rejiggered to comply with the General Data Protection Reg ...

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    • Protecting your podcast: Finding and using “pod-safe” music

      By Kerry Gorgone, {grow} Contributing Columnist Nearly every time I give a presentation on podcasting, someone asks me about music. Typically, they’re already using popular music as their podcast opener and they’re asking me “what they should do.” My answer is always the same: “Stop using copyrighted music unless you have written permission.

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  • How to Protect your Photos from Online Theft

    … We are living in the age of visual content. We are living in the age where engaging imagery has become an integral part of all content marketing tactics. It’s hard, if not impossible, to conceive a blog post today without quality photos since articles accompanied by photos are likely to get 94% more views. Blogging is indissolubly linked…

    The Blog Heraldin Social How To's- 19 readers -
  • EFF recommends against new gTLDs

    … support for .onion, the pseudo-TLD available only to users of the Tor browser and routing network, which the EFF is a long-term supporter of. The report makes TLD recommendations for “security against trademark bullies”, “security against identity theft and marketing”, “security against overseas speech regulators” and “security against copyright bullies…

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  • 7 Laws Every Blogger Must Know to Avoid Lawsuits

    …), true threats (not hyperbole or humor) and defamation. 2. Copyright Law and Fair Use Copyright grants the creator of a work the exclusive right to control use and distribution of that work for a limited time. Currently, the term of copyright for new works by U.S. citizens is the life of the author plus 70 years. Works are copyrighted instantaneously…

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  • US “threatens” Costa Rica over Pirate Bay domains

    …, one of the Pirate Bay’s founders launched a piracy-friendly domain registration service. Just this week, the European Court of Justice ruled, after seven years of legal fights, that the Pirate Bay infringes copyright, raising the possibility of the site being blocked in more European countries. The NIC.cr letter is dated June 6. It had not yet been published by ICANN or the GAC. Tweet Tagged: .cr, commerce, copyright, gac, iana, ICANN, nic.cr, ntia, piracy, the pirate bay …

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  • Know Your Fair Use, Disclosure and IP

    … long as it’s clear that you’re not claiming to be or speak for the company. Copyright Fair Usage It’s important to note that fair use extends to copyrighted material as well. We ask individuals and companies that republish our content in its entirety to remove our content quite often. Other publications, like Social Media Today, have direct…

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  • Pirate Bay founder launches piracy-friendly domain privacy service

    … The founder of controversial BitTorrent search engine The Pirate Bay has entered the domain name market with a new proxy service. It’s called Njalla, it’s based in a Caribbean tax haven, and it says it offers a higher level of privacy protection than you get anywhere else. The company described itself in its inaugural blog post today like…

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  • The Pirate Bay likely to be sunk as .org adopts “UDRP for copyright”

    … Controversial piracy site The Pirate Bay is likely to be the first victim of a new industry initiative being described as “UDRP for copyright”. The Domain Name Association today published a set of voluntary “healthy practices” that domain registries can adopt to help keep their TLDs clean of malware, child abuse material, fake pharmacies…

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  • The ‘I have a dream’ speech can cost you money

    … The ‘I have a dream’ speech can cost you money Today we celebrate and honor the man who was probably the greatest civil rights leader this country has seen in Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. King was most famous for giving his ‘I Have A Dream’ speech during the civil rights march on Washington in 1963. While the speech is known by many today, did you…

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  • Why Your Video Needs Music (And Where To Get it)

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  • Cutting, pasting, and going to court. Know your copyright rights

    … By Kerry Gorgone, {grow} Contributing Columnist As an attorney, all I want is for my friends and colleagues to avoid legal hassles. All you want is to create effective content and score big with marketing campaigns. But the legal department keeps killing your mojo with their copyright concerns. Frustrating as this experience can be, it’s…

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  • 4 Ways to Protect Your Intellectual Property as a Software Company

    … You are a small business owner, nowhere near the level of Apple or Google. So you don’t believe your brand requires a tremendous amount of protection. But your thoughts could never be more wrong. The logo that you created, the brand that you are developing, the concepts and software that you are producing—they all have value that is worth more…

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  • Top 10 Things You Need To Know About Using Copyrighted Music On YouTube

    … to use the music, yes they can. There are two common punishments through the ContentID system. The owner can monetize the video and take a part or all the money that the video makes. Alternatively, the music can be muted by the owner. To avoid this, you need to get permission to use the music. #7 How does music work with live streaming? Live…

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