Texas Artists Share Stories of Finding Their Content Stolen Online

Painters and other artists report seeing their work used on posters, T-shirts, coffee mugs, among other items, and sold for a profit, without their permission. By Kylie McGivern.  KXAN. [...]

Montana Photographer Sues Republican National Committee for Copyright Infringement

Erika Peterman alleges that the RNC used her photo of musician and DNC Congressional candidate Rob Quist, in voter mailers, without permission. By Michael Zhang.  PetaPixel. [...]

Federal Jury Awards $900K in Copyright Damages to Oregon Retailer

A plant company’s competitor infringed on 24 of the retailer’s photographs, using them 133 times, on the rival’s website and in marketing materials. By David Walker.  PDN Pulse. [...]

John Wayne Enterprises Sues Boot Company for $1M for Copyright and Trademark Infringement

The business entity, created to protect the late western icon’s intellectual property, claims that El Paso, Texas, boot company Lucchese has promoted and profited from John Wayne’s [...]

Copyrights in Today’s Digital Age

It’s critical to protect your copyrighted work, especially in this era of social media, as UK music photographer John McMurtrie explains it. PetaPixel. [...]

UK Photographer Sues Sky News for Copyright Infringement

Freelance aerial photographer Eddie Mitchell claims that the media company embedded his tweeted photo in a news article, without permission. By DL Cade.  PetaPixel. [...]