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Copyright fail: Warner Bros. reports own site as illegal

In its attempts to crack down on online privacy, film studio Warner Brothers has mistakenly asked Google to remove its own website from search results, saying it violates copyright laws.

06/09/2016  |  Full story...

IOC faces backlash for ban on Olympics GIFs

The International Olympic committee has banned the press from sharing animated GIFs, as the body cracks down on copyright issues during the Rio games.

08/08/2016  |  Full story...

Getty Images Vs. Google: Legal battle over ‘image scraping’

Getty Images has formally complained to the European Commision’s antitrust officials about the multinational's alleged anti-competitive behaviour.

28/04/2016  |  Full story...

No keywords needed: Shutterstock debuts ‘reverse image search’

Image and music content provider Shutterstock has launched a new visual search tool that doesn’t need keywords to find relevant images for clients.

11/03/2016  |  Full story...

YouTube stars drop plans to trademark ‘reaction videos’ after backlash

The team behind one of YouTube's biggest channels have dropped plans to trademark ‘reaction videos’ after a backlash from fans.

02/02/2016  |  Full story...

Facebook accused of ‘lies and theft’ by YouTube star

Facebook has been forced to defend its video practices after a YouTube star accused it of downloading his copyrighted material to use on the social network… and cutting him out of any ad revenue earned.

05/08/2015  |  Full story...

Vlogger Vs Lush: Cosmetics giant in YouTube domain clash

A popular YouTube star has hit out at Lush after losing his decade-old domain to the cosmetics retailer.

View his protest video posted on a new YouTube domain here:

23/06/2015  |  Full story...

EyeEm lets Brits sell photo to press and advertisers

EyeEm has launched its phot-selling community ‘Market’ in the UK, letting its 13m+ community members to sell the photos they take on their phones (or through any other device) in an open marketplace.

19/06/2015  |  Full story...

Sky creates digital hub to share TV images

Sky is launching the Sky Editorial Asset Centre, a new digital asset management platform, to enable easier sharing of its enormous stock of still images for commissioned and acquired shows and movies.

26/05/2015  |  Full story...

Google settles litigation with Apple’s patent consortium Rockstar

The patent wars rumble on in the technology sector, with Google agreeing to settle litigation with Apple-led patent consortium Rockstar, though terms of the deal were not disclosed in a court filing.

21/11/2014  |  Full story...

Twitpic to close after copyright dispute with Twitter

Iconic photo sharing service Twitpic is to close after a long-running dispute with Twitter over the use of its name.

08/09/2014  |  Full story...

4chan ramps up copyright rules after hacking scandal

Following the nude celebrity hacking scandal last week, controversial online forum 4Chan has been forced to improve its posting rules to comply with US copyright laws.

08/09/2014  |  Full story...

Mega founder Kim Dotcom launches political party

Kim Dot Com, the controversial founder of cloud storage site Mega, has formed a political party in New Zealand.

31/03/2014  |  Full story...

Linking to free web content ruled ‘legal’

Websites can link to freely available online content without seeking permission from the copyright owner, according to a landmark European court ruling.

19/02/2014  |  Full story...

The 3 biggest risks from new domain endings

Online domain registrar NetNames has issued a strong warning for online businesses to be wary of cybersquatters and fraudsters as the first wave of new domain endings are made available to the general public for purchasing.

12/02/2014  |  Full story...

Google and Samsung in global patent deal

Google and Samsung have sealed a global patent cross-licensing agreement, as the two technology giants look to work closer together in rivalry with the likes of Apple and Microsoft.

27/01/2014  |  Full story...

Sony files hair-raising patent for 'SmartWig'

Sony has filed a patent for a SmartWig that can can help wearers navigate roads, collect information such as blood pressure and even vibrates on the user’s head to give them messages.

27/11/2013  |  Full story...

Patent wars heat up: Rivals gang up on Google and Samsung

A consortium of tech firms including Microsoft, Apple, Blackberry, Ericsson, and Sony, have teamed up to file a lawsuit against Google and its Android smartphone makers, over the way it matches search terms with relevant advertising.

04/11/2013  |  Full story...

Pirate Bay dodges ISP blocks with 'PirateBrowser'

File-sharing website The Pirate Bay has launched a browser designed to avoid blocks from internet service providers (ISPs) on its site and other similar webpages.

13/08/2013  |  Full story...

Apple wins Samsung patent case: US ban on older devices

The US Trade Commision (ITC) has ordered an import ban on some Samsung products, ruling that they infringe two Apple patents.

13/08/2013  |  Full story...

US Govt. overturns Apple iPhone and iPad patent ban in US

A ban on sales of older models of Apple's iPad and iPhone in the US has been overturned by the Obama administration.

07/08/2013  |  Full story...

Mobile war over? Samsung to make iPhone chips again

Samsung is to return to Apple as a supplier of microchips for its new iPhone, in a sign that the bitter patent war between the two firms may be ending.

16/07/2013  |  Full story...

France axes ‘3 strikes’ online piracy law

France’s 'three strikes' anti-piracy measure, introduced in 2009 under Nicolas Sarkozy, has been replaced with a system of automatic fines.

11/07/2013  |  Full story...

Apple patents iWatch trademark in Japan

Apple has applied for a trademark for ‘iWatch’ in Japan, as the wearable tech battle heats up.

02/07/2013  |  Full story...

Biggest U-turn yet? Microsoft axes DRM restrictions after web outcry

In one of the most striking examples of internet protest power yet seen, Microsoft has reversed its controversial decision to impose restrictions on pre-owned games on its upcoming Xbox One console.

20/06/2013  |  Full story...

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