Topic: Copyright

I’m Worried About Khloe And Lamar, Because They Might Get Sued Over A T-Shirt

Iâm Worried About Khloe And Lamar, Because They Might Get Sued Over A T-Shirt

I’m kind of worried about Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom, because all they want to do is try their hand at business and charity and whatnot, and they just keep getting into trouble. The latest issue involves a T-shirt, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, and the Statue of Liberty. Sort of. Khloe and Lamar have a clothing line called “Rich Soil” that sells a T-shirt (the one Khloe is wearing above) with an emblem that suspiciously resembles the logo New York’s Department of Agriculture uses to identify food that has been grown in the state. More »

DKNY Steals Photos From A New York Photographer, Plays It Off Like It Was An Accident

DKNY Steals Photos From A New York Photographer, Plays It Off Like It Was An Accident

Big brands steal from small, local artists and designers all the time. Forever 21 does it so often that they’ve pretty much accepted doling out large settlements as just one more part of the cost of doing business, like fabric, shoplifted stock, or underpaid child laborers. But it’s still kind of shocking when a brand does it this brazenly to someone. More »

Please Stop Posting That Facebook Copyright Notice, It Is Fake

Please Stop Posting That Facebook Copyright Notice, It Is Fake

First of all, the Facebook copyright is fake. You cannot copyright everything on your Facebook with a status update. That’s not even logic. Second of all, you look ridiculous. You do not need to copyright pictures of you eating pizza in your familial home. No one is after you. No one is trying to “out” those photos. You are insignificant. You will probably die with some people, and they will love and admire you, but your funeral will be medium sized, and not at Westminster Abbey. At the reception, pizza will be served in memory of you. It will be a little bit cold.

I will probably copyright everything on my Facebook, though, because I plan to be very famous. Maybe the most famous person ever, or at least, like, Naked Cowboy In Times Square level. That would be enough. Famous enough to wear hats in public, that’s all I want. More »