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June 29 at 10:10am

What Can Film Biz Learn From The Fashion Industry?

The Fashion Industry has no copyright protection on design (only on trademarks). And their revenues are colossal. #JustSaying

This is a great lecture by Johanna Blakely and totally worth thinking about.


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March 6 at 11:36am

Citizen Media Law Project

As their site explains:

CMLP’s legal guide is intended for use by citizen media creators with or without formal legal training and focuses on the wide range of legal issues citizen and online media are likely to face, including risks associated with publication, such as defamation and privacy torts; copyright; trademark; access to government information; newsgathering; and general legal issues involved in setting up a business and finding a web host. You can access the guide here

Knowing your legal rights and responsibilities is important for anyone who publishes online. The CMLP’s legal guide addresses the legal issues you may encounter as you gather information and publish your work. The guide is intended for use by citizen media creators with or without formal legal training, as well as others with an interest in these issues.


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