Copyright

Lady Chatterley’s Lover

  Summary of Lady Chatterley’s Lover The novel was written by D.H. Lawrence, and it was first published in 1928 in Florence, Italy.  The book created a huge amount of controversy
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Jumpman

  What is the Jumpman (logo)? The Jumpman (logo) is used by Nike on merchandise that promotes Michael Jordan.  The logo is most known on the Air Jordan brand of
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Time Shifting

  A brief guide to time shifting "Time shifting" is a legal term which initially referred to recording made of broadcasts such as television programs via VHS and Betamax tapes.
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IPs Will Warn You before Downloading Pirated Content

On October 18, 2012, the Center for Copyright Information (CCI) announced that internet providers will start warning customers over the next two months if they are about to download pirated
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Medical Licensing Test Prep Company Owner Extradited

On November 5, 2012, the US Attorney’s Office for the District of New Jersey announced that one of the owners
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What Is Copyright Trolling

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Copyright Trolls

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U.S. Government Attempts to Terminate ‘Rogue Websites’

A new anti-piracy legislation was placed before the United States House of Representatives this week to deploy copyright law for
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United States Government Pondering Changes to Copyright Laws

The United States Copyright Office quietly announced its priorities for 2012, which ironically—given the perfunctory reception—could bring powerful changes to
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Copyright Forms

GENERAL APPLICATION (FOR ALL TYPES)Copyright RegistrationINDIVIDUAL APPLICATIONS:Literary WorksForm PA (Performing Arts)Music Copyright FormsVisual Arts Serial GROUP APPLICATIONS:Literary Works Performing Arts GroupVisual Art GroupSerial Group
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