A listless, cynical wrap-up to a decade of chaotic superhero storytelling.
The case could have long-term implications for how broadly fair use can be applied.
Bonus: Calling someone a "nut" isn't libel.
Plus: the editors field a listener question on intellectual property.
Why the Tabletop Role-Playing World Is Furious About Changes to Dungeons & Dragons' Open Game License
For 20 years, D&D has offered third-party publishers an open, royalty-free license to create new works using its game. A leaked revision would end all of that.
The company alleges the composers ignored multiple warnings to cease commercial production of the musical.
As pop culture icons enter the public domain, a strange new era of copyright begins.
Plus: Inflation eats up Americans' savings, copyright officials want to protect your fireworks photos, and more...
Despite the senator's clear culture war animus, there are things to like about his bill.
Plus: A short debate on intellectual property
A Santa Ana police officer is the latest official to use YouTube's copyright infringement algorithm as a means to evade accountability.
By blaming their reasoning on culture war grievances rather than the best interests of the law, the GOP risks undermining a completely defensible position.
Spider-Man: No Way Home Is a Spider-Man Movie About How Much You Enjoyed All the Other Spider-Man Movies
It's the two Spider-Mans meme in $200 million movie form.
Patent lawyer Stephan Kinsella debates law professor Richard Epstein
Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, formerly owned by Martin Shkreli, was auctioned off by the government and bought by the blockchain/art enthusiasts at PleasrDAO.
The deal appears to have accomplished none of the Trump administration's goals, from boosting domestic steel production to getting China to abide by international rules regarding intellectual property.
What's in a name? Money, apparently.
Costume Manufacturer Alleges Competitor's Banana Suit Costume Looks a Little Too Much Like a Banana, Is Copyright Violation
Rasta Imposta has a history of defending its "unique" banana costume design with copyright litigation.
Popular video game should prevail in lawsuit over its depiction of the infamous detective agency.
The Post Office must pay $3.5 million for using a "fresh-faced," "sexier" Statue of Liberty replica on a stamp.
The pact is better without American influence-but now we won't enjoy the benefits.
Not Canadian? Not in Canada? It doesn't matter, according to its supreme court.
An intergovernmental committee meets in Geneva this week to talk about "protecting" traditional cultural expressions.
May the govt force be with you.
The jury reached the right decision.
It doesn't want to deal with the Klingon language copyrightability issue.
Paramount's arguments lack reason, or "meq Hutlh."
To boldly go where IP law has gone before.