Copyright Infringement And Its Consequences

Copyright Infringement And Its Consequences

The author or creator of every original work that is tangible in nature has every right over his project. If this work is reproduced, altered, exhibited, broadcasted or made public in other... Read more »
Remedies For Copyright Infringement

Remedies For Copyright Infringement

If you find that someone has copied your work, you have the right to sue that person for copyright infringement. In the U.S. Federal Court, you first, need to provide evidence that... Read more »
Open Source Software

Open Source Software

Open Source Software (“OSS”) is computer software for which the source code is made available, and for which it is usually (some exceptions, rules and restrictions may apply) permitted to study, modify... Read more »
3 Legal Tips for Writing Website Terms and Conditions

3 Legal Tips for Writing Website Terms and Conditions

Writing Terms and Conditions for websites is both easy and difficult – it is easy in the sense that while you know what precise points are to be included, you easily and... Read more »
How to Turn Public Domain Information Products into a Regular Source of Income for Life

How to Turn Public Domain Information Products into a Regular Source of Income for Life

Information products in the public domain are yours to do with as you like, as long as the end result is legal, moral and ethically correct. In a nutshell you and your... Read more »
Google And Copyright Theft

Google And Copyright Theft

Most internet users are familiar with the term “Google Slap” where Google accuses other parties of infringing its copyrights but this article tells you about Google being accused of intellectual theft- “Google... Read more »
License Agreements For Use in the Distribution of Creative Works

License Agreements For Use in the Distribution of Creative Works

A license agreement is a written contract granting permission to use a creative work, trademark or invention to another party. This license will provide a way for the inventor or creator to... Read more »
The Early History of Copyright Law in the United States of America

The Early History of Copyright Law in the United States of America

The idea of copyright began with the invention of the printing press, which is largely credited for spreading knowledge to the layperson. It was meant to protect the authors of the book... Read more »
Information Technology Law - Copyright in Computer Programs -  Copyright Law

Information Technology Law – Copyright in Computer Programs – Copyright Law

The Court of Appeal in the case of Nova Productions Ltd v Mazooma Games Ltd; Nova Productions Ltd v Bell Fruit Games Ltd [2007] has ruled that producing a computer program which... Read more »
Is Plagiarism a Scourge to Academic Career?

Is Plagiarism a Scourge to Academic Career?

Hearing of a burglary gradually directs human mind to a mugger being caught at the mall or a group of delinquents thieving a car. People think of crimes likes murder, theft and... Read more »