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Advertising How Digital Advertising Is Incorporating Blockchain Technology

As media agencies look for additional ways to streamline their services, better protect their assets and enhance the consumer experience, they are increasingly turning to the decentralized ledger

Syndicated Some Websites Are Turning Visitors Into Bitcoin Miners Instead Of Relying On Ads

Pirate Bay and Showtime are turning unknowing visitors into cryptocurrency miners, using computers rather than eyeballs on ads to generate money

Entertainment What Does The Future Hold For AI And Music?

Tech firms have developed AI that can learn how to write music. So will machines soon be composing symphonies, hit singles and bespoke soundtracks?

Retail Business Creativity Expert: How To Disrupt Myopia In An Organization

Jason Brush, EVP of Creative at POSSIBLE, explains how the most challenging step in business evolution involves empathizing disruptive forces and their values

Design 3D-Printed Mickey Mouse Look-Alike Protests Against Copyright Rules [Pics]

Artist created a series of disguised 3D-printed versions of Disney’s Mickey Mouse, symbolizing his fight against 3D-scanning copyrights.

Technology Could Newspapers Charge For Linking To Their Stories?

The National Newspapers of Ireland group believes that content should require licenses when it is used for commercial purposes.

Authors Sue To Remove Books From Digital Archive [Headlines]

Three major authors’ groups filed a lawsuit against HathiTrust, arguing that digitizing millions of books violated copyrights.

Advertising Guilty? U.S. Court Orders Apology Be Broadcast On YouTube

Charlie Crist's court ordered video apology helps set a precedent by educating anyone looking to use intellectual property without the consent of its rightful owner.

Work Google Announces Changes To Clamp Down On Copyright Infringement

New steps to combat online piracy are being rolled out across the company's services.

Technology Decentralized, Open DNS To Combat Web Censorship

A group of enthusiasts led by the Pirate Bay's co-founder Peter Sunde are working on a peer to peer DNS system, that will be out of reach of government authorities.

Copyright Criminals: Can You Own A Sound?

Copyright Criminals is a documentary that examines the use of sampling in hip-hop.