All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Copyright Protection’

Is Japan Making YouTube Illegal For Japanese Citizens?

So the Japanese government did something a little sneaky while its public was distracted by the arrest of a cult member who wanted to gas Tokyo’s subway system; something that could impact all Japanese citizens, even if they aren’t in Japan when they potentially violate certain copyright law revisions. As pointed out by Japanese attorney Toshimitsu Dan, the revisions introduced …

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Google Not Part of Copyright Pact

A group of major media and Internet companies on Thursday announced that they are setting up guidelines to deal with protecting copyrighted material.

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MySpace Launches Tool To Fight Infringement

MySpace has launched a new copyright protection tool in an effort to combat infringing video content. The tool called "Take Down Stay Down" prevents users from re-posting videos that have been previously removed at the request of copyright owners.

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