Trump had retweeted the video, which featured a cover of a Linkin Park track, from White House social media director Dan Scavino's account.
A video released by the Trump campaign, paying tribute to George Floyd while praising police officers and blaming "radical left-wing groups" for violence during protests over Floyd's death, was removed by Twitter Thursday for allegedly violating copyright laws.
Experts talk cake dispute.
MariCar will now have to pay Nintendo 10 million yen, the equivalent of $89,000.
Judge Hilton said Violent Hues' use of the snap was simply to the "provide festival attendees with information regarding the local area."
A Twitter back and forth erupted over an image of a farting unicorn.
Bethesda says the 'Westworld' mobile game is a "blatant rip-off" of 'Fallout Shelter,' copying the hit game, right down to the bugs. Find out all the details of the lawsuit, here.
The blockchain is a distributed public ledger of cryptocurrency transactions.
Some tell the manager at Alamo Flag in Washington, D.C.'s Union Station, "I don't know why you're selling that." Others shake her hand.
Jayme Gordon was prosecuted after failing in a bid to sue Dreamworks for supposed damages.
For American businesses, crisis is inevitable in China. It's part of the rigged game.
Corporations that desert America should no longer be entitled to the advantages of being American.
Star Athletica LLC says design elements of cheer uniforms are essential and not subject to copyright law.
Just how similar is the classic 1971 song to Spirit's 1967 instrumental track Taurus?
An SBNation gif account was also removed.
The song will now be free to play on TV, radio and film.
The fashion and perfume industries thrive without patent protection. Why not music?
New evidence suggests the song is older than the copyright owners claim, and would be in the public domain.
Lifting music, even for a personal video on your own site, can land you with an unexpected bill.
Gaye family lawyer wants "an injunction prohibiting the further sale and distribution of 'Blurred Lines.'"
There are so many good reasons to hate "Blurred Lines," but plagiarism is not one of them.
From YouTube videos depicting police brutality to defamatory blog posts, 2013 saw a spike in removal requests.
4chan adopts a nearly toothless copyright policy