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Bad news for the British photographer who allowed a curious monkey to take a selfie using his equipment – US officials have issued new rules declaring that the images cannot be copyrighted.
Smartphone customers living in the US will soon be able to legally unlock their devices for use on other mobile carriers, as the House of Representatives has approved a bill to allow decriminalization of the practice.
Gretchen McCord will lead panels and offer programs at the country's only copyright conference addressing issues vital to both K-12 and higher education.
Google submitted a revised settlement to a federal judge in New York on Friday in hopes of resolving the antitrust and copyright concerns of the US Justice Department and some overseas governments.
By Pike, George H Legal Issues Nearly 16 months after an orphan works proposal died at the end of the 2005-2006 congressional session, two new proposals have been introduced and are moving rapidly through Congress.