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The widespread adoption of high-speed broadband services over the last decade has greatly increased the ease with which members of the public are able to access and download a wide variety of content. It has also led to a large increase in the incidence of illegal downloading and peer to peer file sharing.
Pinterest has quickly become a big player in the social media spectrum, but does the virtual pinboard pose copyright issues?
Since that heady day on 6th July 2005 when the International Olympic Committee announced its decision, 2012 has been billed as a “summer of sport”...
Probably the first time I got worried about the yawning gap between old-fashioned copyright law and modern business was when I asked my hairdresser why the radio wasn’t playing in her salon any more.
UK Court ruling may lead to increase in claims over "composition" of photographs