The SAT is a poor measure of college aptitude but it’s better than most others.
One of the iconic speeches in American history is copyrighted.
AP has won round 1 in a case against Meltwater that would severely limit the Fair Use concept in commercial cases.
Two liberal columnists say a recent Mitt Romney ad proves he’s out of touch—and implies that he’s running a racist stealth campaign.
Tom Brokaw isn’t happy with Mitt Romney’s latest ad, which use of a 1997 NBC news report on Newt Gingrich’s ethics.
Members of Congress are responding to the protests against SOPA and PIPA by withdrawing their support for the bills.
A new Tim Pawlenty television ad is raising copyright issues rather than, as intended, bringing back memories of the 80s.
When Tom Petty found out Michele Bachmann was using his “American Girl” to introduce campaign events, he issued a letter saying, in essence, “Don’t do me like that.”
For the second time in two weeks, copyright lawsuit mill Righthaven has suffered a loss in Federal Court.
As of June 17, Sarah Palin is a registered US trademark, serial number 85-170,226.
Academic publishers want to end the Fair Use of scholarly journal articles in the classroom.
The iconic WKRP in Cincinnati is not being syndicated or available on DVD in its original format because it’s classic rock soundtrack is hamstrung by copyright laws and music licensing fees.
The Media Bloggers Association has filed an amicus brief against a company which exists for the sole purpose of suing bloggers.
Viacom says a lower court ruling in favor of Google “would radically transform the functioning of the copyright system and severely impair, if not completely destroy, the value of many copyrighted creations.”
The American copyright system is broken. Cory Doctorow offers some useful suggestions for fixing it.
federal judge on Saturday ordered the website Gawker to pull down unauthorized excerpts from Sarah Palin’s forthcoming book, “America By Heart.”
Too many copyright owners are stupidly invoking their rights to keep short clips off of YouTube and other services, losing potential customers in the process.
In yet another sign of how rapidly the media landscape is changing, longtime Newsweek stalwart is leaving for the Huffington Post.
The webmaster of a local Republican chapter linked a YouTube video that implies Democratic women are ugly.