14 stories about Copyright
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Programmers breathe easier after Google defeats Oracle in decade-long copyright battle

09.04.21|Daniel J. Melman
Many software and app developers supported Google in the case, emphasizing that some level of permissible use of proprietary software interfaces is necessary to create new computer products, writes Daniel Melman
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Telegram ordered by court to prevent distribution of copyright-infringing content

08.02.21|Avior Abou
As part of a lawsuit filed by Israeli consortium ZIRA, the court ruled that Telegram must prevent groups of users from distributing content such as TV series, movies, translations and music
Aviva Shvidel and Avi Moreh

Fast-paced innovation leaves an AI-shaped hole in copyright law

02.12.20|James Spiro
Today, images, songs, and even news articles are created by artificial intelligence. As these instances continue, legislative and ethical questions arise over their ownership
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Reinhold Cohn and Calcalist to host 2021 startup competition

Contest is open to startups at seed and series A stages, top three winners will be awarded strategic, digital marketing, and storytelling services worth up to NIS 100,000
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Makeup artists can teach an AI a thing or two about protecting its copyright

19.06.20|Dov Greenbaum
As video game popularity surges, creators must consider the legal ramifications of using AIs in the development of their games
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On Big Data, Patent Law, and Global Warming

13.12.19|Dov Greenbaum
Researcher Dov Greenbaum examines the legal protections provided for big data and whether our insatiable internet appetites should be curbed to save the planet
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Is Space the Final Frontier for Copyright and Patent Law?

22.02.19|Dov Greenbaum
Space, in general, represents an inherent problem for patents, as they are fundamentally territorial, while space is axiomatically extraterritorial to all countries, writes researcher Dov Greenbaum
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How Fortnite Danced Its Way Into Uncharted Legal Waters

04.02.19|Dov Greenbaum
Researcher Dov Greenbaum outlines the legal implications of recreating potentially copyrighted materials such as dance moves or even famous tattoos in video games
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Guns: Just a Red Herring in 3D Printing or Something More Problematic

27.01.19|Dov Greenbaum
If a group of people was asked about the legal concerns associated with 3D printing, most would likely mention 3D printed guns. But the moral and legal debate the technology raises is much broader
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Israel Gives Copyright Owners a Fast Track to Block Infringing Websites

02.01.19|Omer Kabir
The new law, passed Tuesday, also states that private users and educational institutions that use copyrighted material found online for non-commercial purposes cannot be sued for financial compensation without proof of damage
ארכיון המדינה תמונות ישנות וויקימדיה

Historic Photos Predating Israel Set Free by Wikimedia

14.11.18|Omer Kabir
28,000 public domain photos taken from Israeli archives are now available through the open content company’s online platform
מימין שי וינינגר ו  דניאל שרייבר מייסדי Lemonade למונייד

Online Insurer Lemonade Drops Copyright Lawsuit Against European Competitor

05.08.18|Tofi Stoler
In a lawsuit filed in June, Lemonade alleged that Berlin-based ONE used reverse engineering to copy its services and interface
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Israel’s Eurovision Winning Song Threatened by Lawsuit

Universal Music Group is alleging that “Toy,” Israel’s winning entry to the 2018 Eurovision song contest, is plagiarising the White Stripes’ Seven Nations Army
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CTech’s Daily Israeli Tech News Roundup

Teva turns to meritocracy as part of turnaround plan. On way to crypto offering, copyright protection startup makes misleading claims. Israel could be seeing lower corporate tax rate soon