The Creative Commons program’s lack of support for commercial licensing options is starting to matter… again.
Getty Images gives up direct revenue from bloggers in favor of big data for analytics.
What makes a work of visual art special? The fact that there can’t be more than 200 copies of it.
Last week I was at Rutgers Law School in New Jersey. A law student struck up a conversation with me, and once he discovered that I was there to give a guest lecture in Prof. Michael Carrier‘s intellectual property class, he showed me something that had us both scratching our heads. It was a decal […]
Getty Images extracts license fees for commercial images that Pinterest’s users post to the site. In return, Pinterest gets image metadata.
Another sign of the growing importance of monitoring the Internet for copyright infringement.
Getty Images PicScout makes it easy for social image-sharing sites to do the right thing on copyright. So how many such sites will want to do the right thing?
The wall between image-sharing sites and stock image agencies has finally been breached.
The New York Times’s Nick Bilton wonders whether taking digital photographs of magazine articles in a bookstore is copyright infringement. But what about the Times’s act of publishing the article?
Rights technology standards: Creative Commons’ CC+ and PLUS gain traction.