Disney has upset many people within the GOP for its opposition to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis' so-called "Don't Say Gay" bill.
Most recently, pop singer Dua Lipa has been sued for copyright infringement by a band who believes a song of theirs is very similar to her hit "Levitating."
Legal experts explain how the former president's new app can get away with being a Twitter-clone in terms of design.
"I could go and mint the webpage featuring this article and maybe Newsweek could convince brokers not to list it, but it's still on the chain and in somebody's wallet forever."
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry previously launched six lawsuits in just more than a year—but did not bring any new cases in 2021.
A Meghan Markle troll makes more money every month than officer cadets at Prince Harry's former military academy, one of their videos appears to reveal.
Meghan Markle won a two-year privacy battle—but the tabloid she sued may appeal again.
Meghan Markle's private messages exposed by a former aide forced her into an embarrassing apology—but she still won her tabloid lawsuit.
The Duchess of Sussex issued a lengthy statement after winning a two-year tabloid privacy lawsuit that at one stage left her fearing she would lose a pregnancy.
Meghan Markle has finally won her privacy lawsuit over a letter to her father—ending a two year saga in which she was forced into an embarrassing apology.
Meghan Markle's privacy lawsuit against a U.K. tabloid will either end in victory or be blown wide open after a judgement which is due in London.
Meghan Markle apologized for misleading a court in the same week as several high-profile public appearances—but U.S. media mentions were predominantly negative.
Meghan Markle's private messages would only have been revealed by her former aide with Prince William's permission, according to the Queen's former staffer.
Meghan Markle apology for misleading a court will boost critics, including Piers Morgan—but she may still win, experts have told Newsweek.
Meghan Markle accused the royals of constantly "berating" Prince Harry about her father and named Prince Charles among those to raise the issue, a court heard.
Meghan Markle says she had a miscarriage within days of a blow in her tabloid privacy lawsuit and later feared she would lose daughter Lilibet too.
The Duchess of Sussex was forced to apologize after a former staffer revealed her private messages—16 months after she launched her own attack on the palace.
Meghan Markle told a lawsuit the paparazzi had been "endangering" mother Doria Ragland's "safety while she was driving," in a haunting echo of Princess Diana.
Duchess of Sussex has been accused of a "contradiction" over a message saying she wrote a private letter "with the understanding that it could be leaked."
Meghan Markle's former aide who accused her of bullying has given a witness statement contradicting her to a high stakes privacy lawsuit.
Meghan Markle's lawyers say a U.K. tabloid forced her to "open up" her "private and personal life" during a lawsuit as the case goes to appeal.
Locast agreed to suspend its streaming services in accordance with the judge's ruling.
"You can record all you want. I just know it can't be posted on YouTube," the sergeant says in the video while playing Taylor Swift's "Blank Space" from his phone.
Cosplayers worry that Disney's copyrighting all images of the Norse god Loki, but Disney says it's only copywriting depictions shown in Marvel comics and films.
"Copyright in NFTs is not automatically assigned," Anita K. Sharma, an entertainment attorney and managing partner of Sharma Law in Brooklyn, New York, told Newsweek. "The buyer owns the tokens that are in their digital wallet, but not necessarily the artwork associated with the NFT."
"Evermore" is the pop star's latest album—but also the name of a theme park in Pleasant Grove, Utah.
It covers "political services and membership organization" analysis of public U.S. trademark office records shows.
Universal Music Publishing Group has acquired Dylan's entire catalog of songs in a landmark deal with the music legend.
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.