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  1. Google Adds Republican Lobbyist

    Google's issues included: patent reform; online copyright laws; music licensing; privacy and data security; free speech; censorship; online competition; Internet security; tax laws; high-speed Internet access; and cloud computing.

  2. United States Copyright Office Declares YouTube Remixes Are Legal

    Most reporters are focused on the United States Copyright Office declaration that it is it legal to unlock or 'jailbreak' a mobile device from the manufacturer and network provider from which it was purchased from, which permits users to install...

  3. Duplicate Content -- A True Story

    Library of Congress Copyright Office 101 Independence Avenue, S.E. Copyright Your Work The Digital Millennium Copyright Act gives you the protection you need to pursue legal recourse against those who steal your content.

  4. Trademark Law - What Search Marketers Should Know, Part 1

    What you'll find most of the search engines and online service providers doing is treating copyrights and trademarks similarly under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)," says Mary Berk, Microsoft adCenter's director of marketplace quality.

  5. Search and the Law: Professor Eric Goldman

    He also writes about legal issues relevant to online marketers at his Technology but it's typical that the interaction with a trademark office is more complicated than with a copyright office. You name it, and there are copyright issues inherent...

  6. Copyright Law: What Search Marketers Should Know (Part 2)

    Copyright Office. Now, what if you decide to pursue your copyright infringement to the next level – taking the infringer to court, and collecting for damages? Don't go out and attempt to enforce your rights if you're engaging in copyright...

  7. Copyright Law: What Search Marketers Should Know (Part 1)

    Copyright Office Web site. The classification with the Copyright Office for registering online works falls under the larger category "Literary Works. The Copyright Office accepts online works saved on a popular removable media format, such as CD/DVD.