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The copyright lawsuit accusing Gigi Hadid of posting a paparazzi photo she didn’t have the rights to has been thrown out
The lawsuit had the potential to shake up legal precedent for celebs and fan accounts using Instagram's reposting feature to share paparazzi photos.
Gigi Hadid says she has rights to paparazzi photos with an argument that threatens to change the way Instagram reposting works
The lawsuit alleges model Gigi Hadid posted a paparazzi photo on her Instagram that she didn't have the rights or permission to use.
Famous companies from Starbucks to Disney have been involved in lawsuits to protect their logos.
‘Chutzpah,’ manipulation, and ‘fact-free polemics’: Mathias Döpfner unloads on Silicon Valley after Europe votes to chang...
The European Parliament passed controversial new laws on internet copyright in March.
Trump reposts video from winner of Infowars meme contest after first version removed for copyright violation
The clip originally featured an REM song called "Everybody Hurts," and was shared by President Donald Trump on Friday, February 15.
Accused of copying British illustrator Gemma Correll’s work, Singapore brand The Tiramisu Hero says it has learned a ‘hard lesson’
Was this unintentional or a case of the copycat? Illustrator Gemma Correll tells us she is still undecided on legal action.
Songs like Robin Thicke and Pharrell's "Blurred Lines" have gone to court.
Samsung announced a collaboration in China with fashion brand Supreme – except it’s not actually Supreme
In an embarrassing turn of events, Supreme said Samsung's claims are "blatantly false and propagated by a counterfeit organisation".
YouTube is pushing back against a new EU copyright law, which it says will massively restrict how many videos Europeans can watch
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki voiced her opposition to new EU copyright legislation in a Financial Times op-ed.
Europe has turned sour on US tech companies. Google faces fines, probes and new rules that can hurt the company's bottomline. YouTube's CEO on Monday asked for the help of video creators fighting proposed copyright legislation that could heap more costs onto YouTube and similar sites.