â€œGrumpy Catâ€ is Long Gone But Her Copyright Lives On in Court â€” Ernesto Van der Sar reports at Torrentfreak, “Grumpy Cat is no longer with us. Tardar Sauce passed away in 2019 but the humans she shared a house with are keeping her memory alive. They do this in the form of merchandise, but also in court where they have filed over a dozen lawsuits against sellers of counterfeit and copyright-infringing products.”
How Black people in the 19th century used photography as a tool for social change â€” Artist and educator Samantha Hill examines a number of ways that “Black Americans from the 19th century used photography as a tool for self-empowerment and social change.”
â€˜Deep Nostalgiaâ€™ Can Turn Old Photos of Your Relatives Into Moving Videos â€” You may have seen those animated versions of historic images recently. Andrew Liszewski takes a look at the AI technology behind them over at Gizmodo.
Keith Kupferschmid (Copyright Alliance): ‘Copyright will help the economy get back on its feet’ â€” Emmanuel Legrand talks with Copyright Alliance CEO Keith Kupferschmid about the CASE Act and Protecting Lawful Streaming Act, both of which were enacted recently, along with what the future holds for US copyright policy.
U.S. Music Groups Unveil â€œ50 States of Musicâ€ Website Showcasing New Data on the Economic Impact of the Music Industry in Every State â€” The music groups have compiled a wealth of data about the financial and cultural contributions of the US music industry, broken down by state.