In the wake of the row over a monkey selfie on Wikipedia, the US Copyright Office has issued new guidance. But photograph-taking monkeys and other creative animals are not the only ones who will now be deprived of protection for their ‘intellectual property’.
Be the first to comment | August 2014
Ever been frustrated by your children ignoring your texts and phone calls? Thanks to one anxious mother from Texas, there is now an app for that.
When a Los Angeles area resident reached a settlement after a legal dispute with a local insurance company, he didn’t expect his compensation to be delivered in a dozen buckets too heavy to lift.
Faith in the power of superheroes to restore peace to the world took a knock this week as incidents on both sides of the Atlantic reveal the darker side of your friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man.
Ever thought about greeting your boss with a fist-bump? Apparently it’s the cleanest way to do business.
Be the first to comment | July 2014
China’s internet censors have a new target. But what could possibly be subversive about a giant inflatable toad?
Staking a claim to your own African kingdom might be seen by some as an act of colonial imperialism. But an American father, now attempting to do precisely that, insists it is really just an act of love.
To celebrate its first month on Twitter, the Central Intelligence Agency announced it would address five questions that some of its followers had tweeted.
Knitted bunting put up in a town in North Yorkshire to celebrate the Tour de France has been removed after the county council objected on the grounds of health and safety.
A Chinese insurance company is offering football fans policies to cover themselves against heartbreak in the FIFA World Cup – except, that is, for the supporters of one unfortunate nation.
Be the first to comment | June 2014
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