[Original publication date: July 11, 2013] As some of our readers remember, we were sued this past winter, for copyright infringement. This summer, we made things right.
Who owns the rights to a cover song when that cover song is used in an unauthorized fashion? This episode won’t actually clear up that question, but it does answer several others. Is Will ever getting over Alicia? Did Marilyn make Baby Peter with Governor Peter? Whatever happened to those mysterious ballot boxes from last […]
As some of our readers remember, we were sued this past winter, for copyright infringement. This summer, we made things right.
What’s new in the world of P-Mag, you ask? Well, we’re being sued.
Recently, the Harlem Shake took the Internet by storm. It seemed like there was a new video uploaded every 15 minutes featuring some group of people getting wild and crazy to the sounds of an electronic dance music (heretofore EDM) beat that demanded they “Do the Harlem Shake.” Many people pointed out that no one […]
Late last month, Texas Congressman Lamar Smith introduced H.R. 3261, more commonly known as the Stop Online Piracy Act, or SOPA. The goal of the bill is to provide the US Government, specifically the Attorney General, with the tools to crack down on copyright infringement and counterfeit goods. The intent of SOPA seems fair enough. […]