This is the category for copyright law.
Although somewhat different from copyright violation, as of this writing plagiarism and plagiary redirect here. Plagiarism/plagiary is presenting someone else's work as one's own, considered unethical in journalism and academia.
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Pages in category "Copyright"
The following 89 pages are in this category, out of 89 total.
- ACTA rejected by European Parliament; protesters rejoice
- Alleged 'rights group' involved with removal of anti-Scientology videos from YouTube doesn't exist; says EFF
- Alleged 'rights group' tries to have 4,000 anti-Scientology videos removed from YouTube
- AllOfMP3.com to reopen soon
- American evangelist claims copyright on public domain videos
- Anti-ACTA activists protest across Europe
- Anti-Scientology protest material removed from YouTube following threats of legal action
- Apple concerned with iPhone icons' alleged misuse
- Associated Press goes after bloggers for copyright violation
- Australia's High Court rules mod-chips are legal
- Australian copyright laws to be overhauled in 2006
- Australian govt announces proposals for copyright update, allows private recording and transfer between media
- "Avast ye scurvy file sharers!": Interview with Swedish Pirate Party leader Rickard Falkvinge
- Canada considers Copyright Act changes
- China vows effective fight against internet piracy
- Church of Scientology warns Wikileaks over documents
- Copyright on musical recordings extended by twenty years in EU
- Court rules in favour of record labels, Kazaa found illegal
- Creation Science Evangelism removes section of copyright controversy in Wikipedia article
- Indiana Department of Homeland Security violates Wikipedia copyright
- Internet pirates want their own nation
- Interview with Glen Stollery of ScienTOMogy.info
- Interview with LibriVox founder Hugh McGuire
- Interview: Danny O'Brien of the Electronic Frontier Foundation
- Interview: PRS, the UK's music royalty collection society
- March against new French copyright law
- Microsoft faults Google on its copyright protection practices
- Mormon Church warns Wikileaks over documents
- MPAA launches seven lawsuits against torrent, ed2k and usenet sites
- MTV, Warner Music agree on licensing deal
- Music duo The Bellamy Brothers accuse Britney Spears of plagiarism
- Musician David Byrne sues Florida governor over campaign song
- Pastor Michael Guglielmucci admits his cancer was a hoax; videos being removed from YouTube
- Payment pending; Canadian recording industry set for six billion penalties?
- Photo source for Barack Obama presidential campaign "HOPE" poster discovered
- Police raid filesharing resources
- Publishers seek injunction against Google Print
- Scholastic sued for Harry Potter copyright infringement
- SLM shareholders led by Martin Garbus sue Spider-Man creator Stan Lee and Marvel for $750m
- Sony to suspend use of controversial CD software
- Spanish government to hold ISPs responsible for web content
- Storing IP-addresses of Swedish copyright infringers deemed illegal
- Supreme Court of Sweden agrees to try Bildkonst Upphovsrätt i Sverige versus Wikimedia Sverige
- Swedish court finds administrators of The Pirate Bay guilty of contributory copyright infringement
- U.K. National Portrait Gallery threatens U.S. citizen with legal action over Wikimedia images
- U.S. Congressman Jason Altmire comes out against SOPA
- Unanimous U.S. Supreme Court rules against file swapping companies
- US Court of Appeals upholds free licenses
- US government, music industry websites taken offline in web attack
- Wikimedia Foundation receives copyright infringement claim from Mormon Church
- Wikinews interviews Brittany Phelps, administrator of the United States Pirate Party
- Wikinews interviews Gary Fung from isoHunt
- Wikinews interviews Sue Gardner on Wikipedia blackout
- Wikinews Shorts: January 28, 2012
- Wikipedia, Reddit in 'blackout' against SOPA, PROTECT IP laws
- WinMX shut down following RIAA requests
- World Trade Organization allows Antigua to ignore US$21 million of US copyright per year