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Links 1 through 10 of 15 by Mike Wasylik tagged copyright

Here’s a quick tutorial on how to find images to use in your blog posts (using Compfight and Flickr), insert the images, and — most importantly — give proper credit to the creator of the image.

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This article discusses the treatment of derivative works under the GNU General Public License. It argues that the functioning of the GPL depends upon a definition of derivative work that is significantly more broad than that employed by the Copyright Act or the courts. This over-broad definition ultimately leads to nonsensical results in the face of many modern program development and distribution methodologies. This article visits a number of fact-patterns to help illuminate possible weaknesses and inconsistencies in the GPL definition of derivative work.

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This technique just makes sure that, if someone grabs your image and puts it on another site, the viewers will know who owns it.

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"We used to fool ourselves. We used to think our content was perfect just exactly as it was. We expected our business would remain blissfully unaffected even as the world of interactivity, constant connection and file sharing was exploding. And of course

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A local woman sued by the recording industry this year is fighting back, claiming record labels engaged in a "campaign of extortion" and used private investigators to invade her computer network illegally.

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One of the most persistent myths in the area of copyright law is the notion that wrapping something in an envelope, mailing it to yourself, and then holding onto the delivered envelope somehow helps you protect your legal rights as the creator of a work.

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Unexpected candor from the folks who stole Dan Cederholm's Simplebits logo to resell.

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