Virtual people power sees off Facebook’s dodgy new Terms Of Service clause.
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The deal between Getty and Flickr, which exclusively gives Getty the right to pick the best images from Flickr and sell them via gettyimages.com to their customers in the creative, commercial and editorial industries — they call it the ‘first commercial licensing opportunity for photo-enthusiasts in the Flickr community’ — is, in many ways, inevitable. [...]
US company, Monsoon Multimedia is being taken to court for violating the terms of the open source NGU General Public License (GPL) of the BusyBox project. This is the first time this has happened in the US, as previous infringements have been sorted out through correspondence and talking. Having been through this process already and [...]
Google .. on your car license plate … what a jolly jape!
After years of legal bunfights, Apple look set to announce Beatles download deal.
Is the BBCWorld name on YouTube being squatted or have YouTube and BBC WW been chatting for ages?
What Apple has worried about has finally happened. Their restrictive approach to content portability has had iTunes labeled illegal in Norway.
The BPI are pleased to have got the UK High Court to approve the ‘first hurdle’ of legal action against AllofMP3.