Redbox buys DVDs and then rents them through automated kiosks, including DVDs from Disney that come with download codes to watch the videos through a DRM player.
Redbox rents these codes separately, repackaged in their own boxes. Disney sought an injunction, arguing that the terms of service for the DVDs prohibit this activity.
Britain’s Intellectual Property Office admits that its cartoon informing children about copyright infringement is “dry and niche,” despite exciting scenes such an old man in a suit explaining intellectual property and a goatlike charicature of popular singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran. The Intellectual Property Office is leading the government’s efforts to crack down on internet piracy andRead More
A monkey in Indonesia will now be enjoying 25% of future profits from a selfie he took with a photographer’s camera, following a settlement announced Monday.
Photographer David Slater agreed to donate the future profits to organizations responsible for protecting Indonesian habitats of crested macaques, according to CNN. The 2011 selfie of aRead More
Kingdrippa makes and sells these fabulously trenchant mouse pins. It’s $11. In fact, there’s so many cool things in this store I might have to blog the lot.
A 32-year old man from Freeport, Florida, is in custody after a weekend rampage at the liquor store. But this was a liquor store rampageRead More