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Cable TV Network Has Show Spoilers Removed from Video-Sharing Web Site —Are Plot Elements Copyrightable?
A Spanish man using the pseudonym "Frikidoctor" has been posting videos to a major video-sharing web site that detail the events of several upcoming episodes of a popular medieval fantasy TV series ..
Germany
1 Jun 2016
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Screenshotting In Snapchat – Copyright Law Concerns
Snapchat, the fast-growing social media network/messaging app, has spawned some controversy over how copyright law is interpreted in the United Kingdom.
Germany
3 May 2016
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Email And Internet In The Workplace—Guidelines From The German Data Protection Conference
The conference of the independent federal and state data protection authorities in Germany has published guidelines for employers on the limits of control of email and other Internet services in the workplace on January 27, 2016.
Germany
11 Mar 2016
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Food Plating And Copyright – Can Instagramming Your Meal Be Construed As Copyright Infringement?
Taking pictures of food and sharing them online through social media has become a new cultural phenomenon.
Germany
11 Sep 2015
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Tweets Reported as Infringing Copyright Deleted by Twitter – Are Tweets Copyrightable?
The social media platform Twitter has been reportedly removing tweets at the request of users who believe their content has been wrongfully appropriated.
Germany
20 Aug 2015
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New EU Parliament Report To Restrict Freedom Of Panorama Exception
On 16 June 2015, the European Parliament's Legal Affairs Committee adopted a report reviewing the EU's legislative framework in the area of copyright law.
European Union
7 Jul 2015
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