Articles on Copyright

Thoughts, case studies, book reviews, debates and tips on Copyright, written by prominent authors and carefully edited by FOROALFA.

Portrait of Erik Spiekermann
Author:
Erik Spiekermann
Title:
The Seventh Commandment
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The tribute, robbery and theft of authorship, have blurred boundaries in the design practice.
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Portrait of Ernesto Antonio Santos León
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Ernesto Antonio Santos León
Title:
Information and Privacy in the Digital Era
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New statements are generated with the Internet evolution, especially about data. How is information being handled? What happens to the users' privacy?
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Main illustration of the article Typeface is now considered as intelectual property
Author:
Luis Llabrés
Title:
Typeface is now considered as intelectual property
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For the very first time, after 10 years of a long legal process, an originally created alphabet is considered «protectable artistic work» by the Intelectual Property Law in Spain
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Main illustration of the article Kusi Kusi: Identity as a (regrettable) ‘State affair’
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Victor Garcia
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Kusi Kusi: Identity as a (regrettable) ‘State affair’
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A recognized puppet theater from Lima, multi-award winning internationally, active for half a century, is claiming against Channel 7 TV Perust for usurping their brand.
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Main illustration of the article NACE, a network designed to abuse creatives
Author:
Olmo Garcia
Title:
NACE, a network designed to abuse creatives
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Nowadays we are swarmed by certain platforms capable to empty any creative bowels. And the worst part? The snobbish airs they exude.
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