literary

How much copying results in copyright infringement?

Copyright can subsist in many types of works.[1]  Often, the written word will give rise to copyright.  This is known as Literary Works.[2]  However, this also means that infringement of Literary Works is quite common.  This article outlines what may constitute Literary Work and how the Court will assess an alleged infringement. [Read more…]

Who Owns Your Tweets?

If a Lawyer is asked the simple question “who owns an employee’s Tweets”? the likely answer will be “that depends”.  Like most legal issues, the question of “who owns your Tweets”? – if they are produced on work time, is not simply answered. Each case will turn on its own facts, therefore what may be an easy answer in some instances may be more complicated in others. [Read more…]

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