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What’s Really Going On In Marvel’s Copyright Termination Lawsuits

Marvel is battling copyright termination notices over some of its most famous and valuable characters. Here’s what it at all means. As you’ve probably heard by now, Disney-owned Marvel Characters, Inc. fired off a slew of copyright lawsuits this past Friday seeking to invalidate termination notices

What’s Really Going On In Marvel’s Copyright Termination Lawsuits

Marvel is battling copyright termination notices over some of its most famous and valuable characters. Here’s what it at all means. As you’ve probably heard by now, Disney-owned Marvel Characters, Inc. fired off a slew of copyright lawsuits this past Friday seeking to invalidate termination notices

Computer and Internet Weekly Updates for 2021-09-25

Computer and Internet Weekly Updates for 2021-09-18 https://t.co/MFpMrWeObE 2021-09-19 Copyright, AI and IOT: my submission to the consultation https://t.co/NrXmyaOR33 2021-09-20 Announcement: G7 data protection and privacy authorities meet to discuss challenges of regulating in an increasingl… http

Knockoff News 51

Counterfeit Chic doesn’t miss a beat! Originally posted 2007-02-27 20:03:50. Republished by Blog Post Promoter The post Knockoff News 51 appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™.

Nolo contendere

There can’t be any dispute:  This is a blog a lot of people, and especially non-specialists, should read — Nolo’s Patent, Copyright & Trademark blog by Rich Stim.  He answers... The post Nolo contendere appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™.

AIPPI Event Report: Lord Justice Birss looks to the future of civil justice

The AmeriKat enjoying her fullyremote existence...Last week, the UK Group hosted the latest in their remote series of events with Lord Justice Birss looking to the future of civil justice.  The AmeriKat was elsewhere in the remote universe, but was lucky to have guest Kat, Anna Duch (Bristows) on ha

Friday’s Endnotes – 09/24/21

Re-Recording Your Old Songs: How Taylor Swift is “Shaking Off” Her Old Record Company — Stephen Carlisle explains the copyright and contractual issues underlying T-Swift’s endeavor to release new recordings of her songs. NJ, NY, CA Defendants Indicted for Nationwide Copyrighted IPTV Theft Scheme — “

Bringing big IP plaintiffs down a peg — or two

Mike Atkins is paying attention to Microsoft’s IP docket, as a Seattle Trademark Lawyer will do. He’s reporting about a default judgment and award the software maker achieved in California,... The post Bringing big IP plaintiffs down a peg — or two appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™.

Copyright in the Age of Bots

If you’ve had any issues with copyright over the past few years, whether you are on YouTube, Facebook or even operating your own website, it’s probable that your issue didn’t start with a human, but with a bot. According to YouTube, their automated Content ID system handles over 98% of copyright iss

3 Count: Weeknd Blues

Have any suggestions for the 3 Count? Let me know via Twitter @plagiarismtoday. 1: The Weeknd Sued for Copyright Infringement Over ‘Call Out My Name’ First off today, Justin Curto at Vulture reports that The Weeknd has been hit with a copyright lawsuit over his song Call Out My Name. The lawsuit was

Trademarks: The IP that isn’t IP

I have asked, begged, cajoled and — well, no I haven’t threatened Ed Timberlake; who could do that? — but in any event, he won’t write a guest post on... The post Trademarks: The IP that isn’t IP appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™.

Illegal Electricity Connection: What You Should Know

  Both a danger to public safety and an energy fraud is what illegal connections are considered to be. We explain what you would like to try and do must you discover one. The unlawful alteration of the electrical installation and the electricity transport grid under the motive to pay less (or simply

3 Count: Falling Down

Have any suggestions for the 3 Count? Let me know via Twitter @plagiarismtoday. 1: XXXTentacion and Lil Peep Sued for Copyright Infringement Over ‘Falling Down’ First off today, Trent Fitzgerald at XXL reports that musicians XXXTentacion and Lil Peep are being sued by a singer-songwriter named Jaden